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  • Foam Rollers: A Great Mobility Tool
          Foam rolling is a great self tool for patients to improve mobility and flexibility at home. Foam rolling's adversity of which patients it can help is what Read more
  • Kinesiology Tape: What is it and how can it help?
    Kinesiology tape has a number of benefits including improved circulation, decreased recovery time, mitigation of pain and improved performance. K tape can be a great tool in conjunction with manual therapy to assist in recovery. Read more
  • Do you get low back pain with skiing? This could be why!
    The human body can be described as a sequence of stable segments connected together by mobile joints. If this pattern is altered, dysfunction and compensation may occur. This is very common on skiing because of all the rotation involved. If the hips and thoracic spine is lacking mobility the low back has to compensate resulting in possible injury and pain. Read more
  • Repetitive Stress injury, What is it and are you at risk?
    What is a Repetitive Stress Injuries (RSI)? Repetitive stress injuries are caused by performing the same or similar activities over and over again resulting in tissue damage. Tissue's can undergo changes Read more
  • Should I get a massage before or after chiropractic care?
       A commonly asked question from patients following an injury, is if they should get a massage before or after receiving chiropractic care. The short answer to that question is Read more
  • Active Release Technique- What is it?
    What is Active Release Technique? Active release technique is a hands-on, soft tissue technique that is used to correct changes in tissues that are injured, painful, or have a decrease in Read more
  • Dealing with separation - AC Joint Injury and how to cope.
    An AC joint separation, or “shoulder separation” is typically the result of a hard impact to the top of the shoulder. There are ligaments at the point of the clavicle (collarbone) which tie it into the scapula (shoulderblade) in order to create the shoulder “socket”. A shoulder separation is tearing or spraining of these ligaments. Read more
  • You guys adjust Ears?!
    Ear Adjustments?! I HEAR you, ear adjustments SOUND crazy and weird!  Well LISTEN UP, just like many other areas in the body other than the spine, chiropractors are trained and specialize Read more
  • How does Chiropractic Work?
    Chiropractic care is widely used for conservative pain management and correction of spinal complaints such as headache, neck pain, and back pain. But how does it work? What do chiropractors do? And why should you go see one? Check out this overview of how chiropractic works. 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
  • 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
  • Staying healthy during winter - A chiropractor's perspective
    Tips to stay healthy during winter sports! Read more
  • 6 Tips for Packing Out Your Deer or Elk This Season!
    Tips to help pack out an elk: Set up your pack properly, Place the heaviest meat/items closest to your shoulder blades, Keep your core engaged, Take frequent breaks to avoid becoming over-fatigued, Pack out with a hunting partner, Keep your hands ready for action Read more
  • 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

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