It’s that time of year again when we love to count things down. So for this month’s newsletter, I’ve put together a top ten list called: Fascinating Facts About Your Body. I hope it will help you appreciate how amazing your body is and encourage you to take good care of it no matter how… Read More
For runners, chiropractic can be used for injury prevention because it emphasizes proper alignment of the spine and pelvis. The most common running-related injuries in patients, which range from recreational runners to Marathon winners, are Achilles tendonitis, patella (knee) tracking problems, plantar fasciitis, IT band syndrome and hip bursitis. Misalignment of the spine can cause… Read More
Hypertension, diabetes and high cholesterol are the first causes of coronary artery disease which leads to heart failure. This triad is also known as Syndrome X or metabolic syndrome and can be prevented by nutrition.
Chiropractic may help your heart function in a way that you didn’t know. Stress and heart disease are omnipresent in our modern life. The way to reduce those stresses are multiple and most people are using different techniques to do so. The chiropractic way is one that you might not have thought of before…Read More
With the magnitude of information available, making decisions regarding the health and wellness of your family can be overwhelming. A healthy lifestyle incorporating good nutrition, restorative sleep and plenty of exercise is the first step. Preventative medicine follows with regular dental visits, vision check-ups and spinal assessments. Chiropractic is concerned with the preservation and restoration… Read More
By Dr. Sarah Visconti BSN, DC A growing belly is one of the most apparent – and adorable – signs of pregnancy. Less obvious, though, is the potential damage of the expanding abdomen. What is diastasis recti? Diastasis recti is the excessive separation of structures of the anterior abdominal wall. To accommodate for a developing… Read More
An interesting article for any expectant moms from Foot Levelers: Expecting Moms: Beware of Acetaminophen, Go Drug-free Instead Conventional wisdom tells women that for fevers and pain relief during pregnancy, acetaminophen is their best bet. But JAMA Pediatrics, the highly-respected pediatric journal, recently published a study showing a possible link between acetaminophen and extreme… Read More
Even in cultures where most fathers have little interest in or knowledge about breastfeeding, they and the maternal mothers have a great deal of power over how mothers feed their babies. Studies in Taiwan, Australia, Canada, England, Scotland, Israel, Spain, Brazil, Sweden and PA, NY, MD, MO, GA, in the USA suggest that a father’s… Read More