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Chiropractic Care for Digestive Health Happy June! This month we turn our focus to our digestive system. It may not be everyone’s favorite topic, yet it’s one that is essential. Chiropractic care focuses on the spine and the nervous system. Did you know that misalignments in the spine, called subluxations, can interfere with nerves and...
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The Best Exercises and Stretches for Neck Pain It’s our final week to discuss neck pain. Today, we’ll tackle some of the exercise and stretches that could help bring you some relief. As a reminder, before jumping right into exercises, it’s important to consult a healthcare professional. This is always a good idea, especially if...
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Foods to Alleviate Physical Stress   As we come to a close on our April topic of stress, a common question is which foods are the best choices for your body to help it function optimally? This is a great one to consider because a healthy body is key to a healthy lifestyle! Here are...
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We are so pleased to welcome back Brittany Squillace, MA, LMFT, Grief Therapist as our guest blogger this week! Our theme for March is sleep, and Brittany shares about the importance of self-care, which includes our physical presence. Take a peek below at all of the great advice she shared on her site previously and brings our...
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Are you one of the people who has trouble falling – or staying – asleep at night? Here’s a list of items that may affect your ability to rest: Stress: Stress is a major contributor to sleep problems. When you’re stressed, your body releases hormones that keep you alert and awake. This can make it difficult...
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Dr. Nicky Rieks, DACM, L.Ac. is our guest blogger this week. We welcome her back!! Today, she shares 7 health and wellness tips to encourage us on our journey to be the best version of ourselves during a busy, and somewhat stressful, time of the year. You can learn more about Dr. Nicky here. *...
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We are so thankful to Brittany Squillace, MA, LMFT for sharing this week’s blog on honoring your grief journey. This is a real experience for many during the holiday season! Let’s learn a little bit about Brittany, in her words: “When people learn I guide others through their grief journeys, they ask, “Why grief work?”...
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We are excited to continue our guest blogger series and this week Stephanie Ewals, CNS, Licensed Nutritionist from Out of the Woods Nutrition share more about nutrition. Specifically, she highlights the top 5 nutrient deficiencies we might encounter. In this month of giving thanks, we appreciate Stephanie sharing her knowledge with us! Top 5 nutrient...
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Winter can be a tough time for your body, especially if you live in a cold climate. The shorter days, colder temperatures, and drier air can all take their toll on your health. But there are things you can do to prepare your body for winter and help it stay healthy throughout the season. Do...
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After a long day of school, kids need a snack to refuel and recharge. But not all snacks are created equal. Some snacks are packed with sugar and unhealthy fats, while others are nutritious and satisfying. When choosing after school snacks for kids, it’s important to focus on foods that are: Wholesome: Made with whole grains,...
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