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  • Injured? Work out your Non-Injured Side!
    Are you injured? are you unable to work out your injured limb? Work out the other side!!!I am a huge proponent of adapting your exercise to “where you are at” Read more
  • One-Sided athlete? Work out your non-dominant side!!!
    One-sided athlete? Work out your non-dominant side in the off-season!Baseball and softball players, Volleyball players, javelin and other track and field throwers, and tennis players – among others, all have Read more
  • Injured Low back? Watch how, and HOW MUCH you sit!
    When you injure your back, be just as concerned about your SITTING as your Lifting! Sitting doesn't seem like a very dangerous or physically demanding activity, but it can be! When Read more
  • Chiropractic and Camping.
    Going camping over the summer? Consider getting adjusted before you go! often times during hiking and camping, you are moving and sleeping much differently than you do during your normal, everyday Read more
  • Mattresses.
    Patient: “What kind of mattress should I get?!”Me: “Well, NOT one that sags in the middle....”If your mattress is wrong for you, it's going to have some negative effects on Read more
  • New to (or back at...) working out?
    Are you getting back into shape after a long time off? Whether you've just taken time off from an injury, or are you starting to train harder for a new Read more
  • Getting Adjusted Can Help With WHAT?!
    The controlling signals from the nervous system for the entire body, travel through the spine. This is why severe injuries to the spine have such life-altering effects. It stands to Read more
  • Should I do Cardio or Strength stuff for HEALTH?
      Getting back into shape? Looking to keep off the winter weight? What are you going to do? One of the most common questions I get is how to get into shape, Read more
  • How to have proper sitting posture at your desk - how to feel better at work
    "Why does my back hurt? I didn't even do anything!!” This is one of the most common complaints I get from my patients. I have to answer this question literally every day. Read more
  • Piriformis syndrome is a pain in the a$$..... literally.
    Piriformis Syndrome is a problem commonly seen here in our office. It is a result of friction and inflammation of the sciatic nerve, caused by a tight piriformis muscle. This Read more
  • Feeling prickly? Try Dry Needling for your Musculoskeletal Pain
    As of April 2019, we are excited to announce that Dry Needling is now within the scope of practice for Chiropractors in Montana! We are pleased to bring this innovative Read more
  • Anti Inflammatory Dieting - a satisfying and sustainable way to eat.
    Diet. There is a lot of conflicting information and advice on what we should eat. Intermittent fasting, Keto, Paleo, Low carb, high carb, non fat, Atkins. All are labels thrown Read more
  • A look at some common knee injuries.... And why Dr. Dave got into the medical field.
    A knee injury is what got me into medicine. It was 2003 or 2004, and I was up skiing at White Pass, Washington with my family, and a close family Read more
  • 5 Common hockey injuries and how to treat them?
    Hockey is typically (perhaps surprisingly,) a fairly safe sport. However like all sports, things can go wrong. Here are the top 5 injuries we see in hockey: Read more
  • Concussions - Can Chiropractic Help?
    Concussions occur when the brain is violently shaken within the skull, causing bruising to the brain tissue. This can cause interference with brain activity which leads to one or more of a predictable set of “concussion symptoms”: ringing in the ears, loss of consciousness, dizziness, nausea, or confusion. Read more
  • Inversion Table Home Care For Lower Back Pain
    The intention behind inversion table treatment is to provide traction through the spine that opens joints and disc spaces. Inversion treatment, as the name suggests, puts the patient in an upside down, or partially upside down position; most inversion tables have the option to be inverted at lower angles than fully inverted. In all research trials found, except for one published in 1985, inversion table therapy showed significant increases in blood pressure and cardiovascular risk. Similar to inversion therapy, mechanical traction used in many chiropractic and physical therapy clinics provides a similar intention of creating space in the joints and discs of the spine while keeping the patients in a neutral, horizontal position, avoiding the cardiovascular risk and head full of blood sensation. Read more

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