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28
May

Best Stretches for a Healthy Spine When Traveling

As we ease back into our travel schedules again, our spines won’t be used to this kind of all-day sitting and stiffness. As many of us have gotten used to the freedoms afforded by working from home, we’ve learned how to incorporate movement into our daily routines to stretch our spines and keep them happy. Because of this, our long

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27
Apr

Signs of Tech Neck and How to Prevent It

Tech neck isn’t new, but more and more people are becoming familiar with it as a result of spending more time at home with their devices during the pandemic. So, what is tech neck, how can you know if you have it, and how can you prevent it from showing up or getting worse? In this article, we’ll address what

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30
Mar

How to Tell If You Have Whiplash After a Car Crash

Whiplash After a Car Crash Post-car crash, you’re lucky if you’re able to walk out unscathed. But what may seem like totalluck may not feel so lucky a few days later if you start to experience the symptoms of whiplash,an injury that doesn’t often make itself known until hours or days following a traumatic incidentlike an auto accident. Are you

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1
Mar

3 Ways Chiropractic Can Treat Pain From Poor WFH Posture

Work from home has made sustaining good posture more challenging than ever. If your poor WFH posture has led to pain, a chiropractor can help. Read more.

29
Jan

5 Shoulder Injuries to Avoid at Home

Shoulder injuries don’t only happen in the gym, on the field, or by way of an auto accident. Many injuries can occur right in the comfort of your own home. Luckily, there are a few things you can do to avoid shoulder injuries at home While home is generally a safe space, there’s always the risk of a slip and

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18
Nov

5 Tips for a Spine-Supporting Workspace

Work can be a pain in more ways than one. Adding back, neck, and shoulder pain to the existing stress of your job only makes things worse. Implementing tips for a spine-supporting workspace can make all the difference in your daily routine. While a desk may seem like just a desk, it’s actually somewhere you’re spending a large portion of

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6
Nov

5 Serious Common Car Accident Injuries Most People Overlook

When you’re involved in a car accident and walk away from it feeling relatively pain- and injury-free, it’s easy to assume you didn’t sustain any real injuries and that you’re lucky to be in great health. While it is true that walking away from a car accident relatively unscathed is lucky, it doesn’t necessarily mean you avoided injuries entirely. In

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31
Aug

3 Common Home Improvement Injuries (and How to Avoid Them)

With DIY projects on the rise and more home improvement TV shows than ever, it’s easy to think that everything can be done on your own with the right tools and a few how-to videos. With easy access to these resources, home improvement injuries are commonplace. While many home improvement projects can be performed on your own, there are many

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20
Jul

Pain and Soreness After an Auto Accident: How Chiropractic Can Help

A little bit of pain and soreness after an auto accident can feel like the best-case scenario. While it’s true that your injuries could be a lot worse, it’s still important to pay attention to any amount of pain or discomfort that lingers after being involved in a motor vehicle accident. Dismissing your soreness and pain as a “normal” result

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2
Jul

What to Know about Hyperextension Car Accident Injuries

Your body’s joints are used to operating within a set range of motion made to keep you safe. This range of motion includes both flexion and extension. Using the arm as an example, flexion refers to folding your arm towards your shoulder while extension refers to unfolding that arm to a straightened position. Some areas of the body, like the

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