Tag Archives: Chiropractors in Grapevine

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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top ten ranked “Greens”

This is a great article ranking 10 common green foods from Best to worst.  Everyone likes a good list, though most prefer to count them down from 10 to 1, but I digest (sorry a poor attempt at levity.)  If I am being honest, the best greens are the ones...
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Scoliosis; Get Your Swerve On

Scoliosis can be a frustrating case for the Chiropractor and patient alike.   This is a very basic start to treating your scoliosis from home.  As, with any spinal condition, consult a licensed Doctor of Chiropractic to assess your scoliosis and to rule out any more serious pathology.  These exercises are...
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The Low Back Pain Diet

  Can you use diet to help eliminate low back pain?   The answer, ABSOLUTELY! Chronic inflammation is fingered in nearly every condition I see in my Grapevine Chiropractic practice.  Neck pain, back pain, headaches, bursitis, sciatica, and every type of tendonitis are the direct or indirect result of inflammation.   Removing inflammatory...
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Should you fire your Doctor?

This is a fantastic article that I had to share.   The content not only applies to your Medical Doctor, but your Chiropractor, Dentist, etc.  I have added a few thoughts in BLUE font through out.  Enjoy. How do you know? I remember my days back in the corporate world (HR)...
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The Basic Low Back Stretches

Chiropractic, like any science that aims to improve your structure, takes some effort on the part of the patient.  This post is meant to give examples of the most common low back stretches I prescribe for my patients with low back pain, sciatica, and strained muscles.  These are the basic...
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