5 Easy Ways to Stay Active and Moving this Thanksgiving

5 Easy Ways to Stay Active and Moving this Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is one of my favorite Holidays and it’s right around the corner! While rest and relaxation may be all you’re thinking about – our spine and joints don’t like to be sedentary for prolonged periods. And that’s especially true if you’ve got arthritis, back or knee pain. You may not notice any pain while you’re sitting orRead More…

Failed cortisone shot? Here’s why

Failed cortisone shot? Here’s why

We see many clients in our office after “failed” cortisone shots. Just the other day – a woman came in frustrated because she had a cortisone shot to her shoulder – which did nothing – and the next step suggested for her was surgery – something she did NOT want. When you’ve got joint painRead More…

Getting and Staying Fit when you’re over 50

Getting and Staying Fit when you’re over 50

The importance of being healthy and fit has taken center stage these last 18 months – but especially for the over 50 crowd. Most people aged 50+ who want to get and stay fit struggle… because what might work for someone in their 20’s or 30’s just doesn’t make sense for them in their 50’s. As you age, bothRead More…

Tips for Avoiding Injury When You’re Over 50

Tips for Avoiding Injury When You’re Over 50

A good amount of folks in our community are aged 50+ and staying as active as possible as they age is a BIG priority for them. As we get older, our bodies do need more care and maintenance… to not only age well but avoid injury too! I get asked often from clients… What should they keep doing – start doingRead More…

What Is the Fastest, Cheapest, Easiest Way to Decrease Chronic Systemic Inflammation That Affects Your Neck, Back, Knees, Shoulder, Eyes, Brain, Organs and More?

What Is the Fastest, Cheapest, Easiest Way to Decrease Chronic Systemic Inflammation That Affects Your Neck, Back, Knees, Shoulder, Eyes, Brain, Organs and More?

So if you recall in this healthy tip series we talked about the anti-inflammation diet.  We talked about how scientists have found that chronic inflammation is linked to chronic diseases: diabetes, cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s, arthritis, depression, cancer, asthma and more.  Chronic inflammation is exacerbated by lifestyle factors: a diet with unhealthy fats and processed foodsRead More…

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