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Fight Off The Flu With Functional Medicine!
As we transition from Fall to Winter, we enter the peak of “flu season.” It is commonly thought that the transmission of the flu is caused by spending more time indoors and coming into close contact with other people more often, though the exact cause of flu season is still unknown.LEARN MORE
What To Expect With Acupuncture
Acupuncture may be an ancient natural practice, but many people who could benefit from it still haven’t tried it. Why is that? Well, patients often tell me they wish they had tried Acupuncture sooner, but they simply didn’t know enough about it to feel comfortable scheduling that first appointment.LEARN MORE
Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy: The Benefits
Pregnancy is an incredible time in a woman’s life, there is no doubt about that! With this nine month journey however, come some side effects that aren’t so “incredible”. It is common for expecting women to experience daily back and pelvic pain, swollen joints, nausea and changes in mood. This discomfort can seem endless, especially when at the beginning of a pregnancy.LEARN MORE
Chronic Pain Relief: Why Physical Therapy Should Be First on Your List
George Soros once said, “the more complex the system, the greater the room for error.” And this doesn’t just apply to economics.
The human body is made up of 650 muscles and 206 bones, working together to form 360 different joints. With so many working parts, the human body is exceedingly complex. Even the smallest injury or weakness can cause long-lasting, widespread damage. And, if it’s not treated effectively, it may lead to chronic pain.LEARN MORE
5 Things You Should Know About Functional Medicine in 2019
Functional medicine does just what the name implies: it serves patients’ needs in a functional way, rather than conventional medicine, which does not look at underlying issues. Rather than assessing the issues with different parts of the body separately, functional medicine looks at the whole patient as a complete system.LEARN MORE