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September 14, 2020

Find your fitness with our favorite fall activities!

Staying consistent with moderate exercise can give your immune system the upper hand and help you feel your best this season. Fall brings an exciting opportunity to enjoy the outdoors and mix up your routine. Here’s a look at some of…
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Chiropractic Physical MedicineOur Blog
August 6, 2020

Avoid Golf Injuries and Improve Your Game

Golf has always been a great escape for players. Currently, the rise in popularity for golfing comes as no surprise. Golf offers players an opportunity to enjoy sporting outdoors and mental relaxation while social distancing. If you’ve increased your time…
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Chiropractic Physical MedicineOur Blog
August 4, 2020

Ideas to Help You Move More this Week

It took a quarantine for many of us to realize how much movement was previously included in our work day. Our time between productivity was filled with simple physical activities like commuting into the office, taking breaks for coffee and…
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Chiropractic Physical MedicineOur Blog
July 27, 2020

Quaran-teeth? How quarantine stress may result in TMJ

TMJ Disorder (Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction or Syndrome ) describes the pain and/or limited movement in the jaw joint and the muscles that surround it. Due to the rise of recent complaints in TMJ, some have dubbed the troubling condition, “Quaran-teeth.”…
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Chiropractic Physical MedicineOur Blog
July 22, 2020

5 Things That Happen When You Sit All Day

The summer of sitting is upon us. For many, sitting was already a considerable health concern. Our bodies were not designed to sit for extended periods. Yet our work habits and comfortable lifestyles resulted in a lot of it. Chances…
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Chiropractic Physical MedicineOur Blog
June 30, 2020

Tech Neck: Enough is enough!

In theory, screen time has been a welcomed comfort for many during quarantine. It’s a source of data, entertainment, means of connecting to friends, and a helpful work tool. These benefits are hard to deny and currently may feel essential…
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