Paleo, Keto, Beachbody, Adkins, NutriSystem, Jenny Craig .... the list of popular diets goes on and on. When it comes to weight loss, there's no shortage of choices promising slimming results. So, what diet is the best, you ask? No diet! Studies have shown that diets promoting no carbs, no sugar, or a lack of any food is less likely to be obtainable long-term. Read More
If you suffer from frequent digestive issues, such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), heartburn, acid reflux, constipation or diarrhea, you may want to consider chiropractic care! While over-the-counter and prescription medications help alleviate the symptoms, the root cause of the problem is still present and will continue to create problems and becomes a never-ending cycle of symptoms and medications. Isn't it time to stop the cycle and treat the cause? Read More
How many of you enjoy digging in the dirt to plant flowers and a garden at the first sign of spring? With a little patience and some cooperation from Mother Nature, your pantry will be full of fresh vegetables and your landscape will color the neighborhood by summer's end! This in itself seems to be reward enough, but did you know there are many other benefits to gardening? Read More
Living Well Chiropractic was honored to be invited back to Vortex for their Open Enrollment and Employee Health Day on June 5th. Read More
With summer temperatures rising and more of us spending time outdoors, it's important that we're aware of the signs of heatstroke and how to prevent it. Heatstroke is a condition caused by the body overheating, to 104 degrees F or higher, as a result of prolonged exposure to extreme heat and humidity and/or physical exertion in high temperatures. Read More
It is becoming increasingly clear that each of us need to take extra precautionary measures to prevent drowning accidents among our children. Drowning is the leading cause of death for children under the age of 4 years. Most drownings occur in backyard pools and spas. Read More
Ear pain and infection accounts for more than 55% of all physician visits annually and is the number one reason for child visits. While antibiotics can help relieve the pain and clear the infection, the cause of the condition is still present.
If you are starting an exercise program, congratulations! The benefits that come from regular exercise far exceeds the time put into it. Exercise improves overall health and wellness, including mental health, balance, reduced stress and anxiety, muscle tone, endurance and strength. The old saying, "Use it or lose it!", holds true - especially as we age. Read More