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Honestly Officer I Haven’t Had a Drop to Drink

Vertigo, or the sensation of dizziness, is one of the more common symptoms I see in the Chiropractic office.   The cause can be a number of different things ranging from life threatening, to completely benign (thankfully the majority are the latter).   Some causes include cardio-vascular problems, Pathologies in the brain...
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Who really needs a Chiropractor, anyway?

The short answer is; if you have a spine, you need a chiropractor. The majority of patients that come into the office present with similar conditions; headaches, neck pain, back pain, sciatica, and shoulder pain are the most common. What we are able to “fix” is so much more though…...
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Low Back-Squats

As I mentioned in my last post about hip extensor strength, the low back (specifically a healthy low back) is dependent on the strength of the legs and hips.   After you have mastered the hip extension exercises, it is time to add body weight squats to your daily exercise plan.  ...
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11 WAYS TO SLOW DOWN (AND EAT LESS)

I found this article pretty interesting.  Most of this is just a good ole’ copy and paste from Men’s Health, but I did add some emphasis throughout. Eating too fast is making your waistline expand, suggest two new studies presented at the annual meeting of the Obesity Society If you...
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PULL YOUR WAY TO A STRONGER BACK

Chiropractors see patients with many complaints ranging from headaches and back pain, to runny noses, allergies and hiccups.  However the bulk of what we Chiropractors see seems to be the same few complaints: back pain, neck pain, and headaches. In my Grapevine Chiropractic clinic, I am no different.  Lately I...
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DESK WORK CAN BE A PAIN IN THE NECK

About 50% of Americans work at a desk. It is no wonder that we Americans have so many health problems related to a sedentary lifestyle. A good number of my patients can eliminate much of their neck and back pain by making a few simple changes at their desk. Most...
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