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Posture is important. Movement is important. Your spine adapts to what you do. 

Prior to cell phone, laptops, etc. people's necks used to be in what's called a lordosis curve. Having this lordotic curve in the spine alleviated pressure on the spinal cord for people and...

December 20, 2016

1. Get adjusted.

It’s important to make your chiropractic appointments in order to keep your spine fluid and moving nicely. Keeping your spine in balance keeps those muscles in balance. When any physical, chemical, or emotional stress happens, the spine has to absorb th...

September 29, 2016

Posture is important in maintaining a healthy spine. Have you ever noticed that a person can look much older than they are or younger, simply based on their posture? These tips are designed to be done anywhere and added into your daily routine so they are quite easy to...

December 21, 2014

Do you have low back pain that seems constant and you have a hard time getting lasting relief? Have you been to chiropractor and/or physical therapist and received relief, but want the relieving effect to last longer? You may want to consider some core strengthening ex...

December 20, 2014

The following is a video of the first of the "Big 3" core progression exercises--the Curl-up:

 

 

December 20, 2014

The following is a video of the second of the "Big 3" core progression exercises--the side plank:

 

 

December 20, 2014

The following video is the third exercise in the "Big 3" core progression exercises--the bird dog.

 

 

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