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6 Exercises to Combat the Poor Posture Blues

The Problem:  Too Much Technology Time Leads to Poor Posture We all know that sitting at a keyboard, prolonged game playing and excessive tablet use lead to poor posture and tight muscles.  Modern life requires excessive use of technologies, as much as we would like to unplug, devices have become a ubiquitous part of both our …

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Natural Relief for Plantar Fasciitis

Before and After Chiropractic Care A 5K and lots of yard work left me struggling with a flare up of my plantar fasciitis.  I will certainly seek treatment at the office, you can read more about conservative natural treatment of plantar fasciitis using chiropractic methods here.  If you have suffered from plantar fasciitis, you know how painful …

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Injury Prevention

This past weekend, I injured myself running.  You would think that I would know better, but I fall prey to the same bad habits as anyone else.  While I will recover from my injury in a week or so with no ill effects, I will miss some of my normal training this week.   I …

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Effective Treatments for Shin Splints

Shin splints are also known as medial tibial stress syndrome. Shin splints is a condition characterized by pain in the lower leg brought on by running or other athletic activity. It can also be caused or exacerbated by ill-fitting or inadequate shoes past their prime. It is an injury that causes inflammation of the muscles in the …

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Plantar Fasciitis Explained

[tubepress video=”LvW4kKBPq2Q”] A common complaint of patients with plantar fasciitis is heel or arch pain. Plantar fasciitis can cause extreme pain when standing or walking. It is often worse in the mornings or when moving from a seated position or non weight-bearing position. People often think a heel spur is the cause of this type of …

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