5 Easy Ways to Get More Veggies in Your Diet
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5 Easy Ways to Get More Veggies in Your Diet

Rich in vital nutrients, vegetables are plant powerhouses full of health-promoting properties. It’s no wonder we’re encouraged to eat more vegetables. But what if you’re not a fan? Or perhaps you have a family of picky eaters who consider French fries their veggie of choice. Here are some simple ways to incorporate more vegetables into … Continue Reading →

6 Tips for Improving Your Posture

“Stop slouching–sit up straight.” You likely heard your mother say something similar growing up. Your well-meaning mother was right. Not only does proper posture look more attractive, but it’s also better for your body. When you have good posture, you’re likely to have a better mental outlook, experience less pain and have more confidence. Causes … Continue Reading →

Are You Low on This Crucial Carbohydrate?

Are You Low on This Crucial Carbohydrate? If you’re feeling sluggish often, there may be more behind it than just a poor night of sleep. While [fiber] is an important part of our diets, many adults don’t get enough each day. [Fiber] is categori[z]ed as a carbohydrate, though it’s different from most and cannot be … Continue Reading →

Is Stress Causing Your Back Pain?

Every day, we see patients in the practice who are stressed. Whether it’s physical, emotional, or chemical stress building up in your body, one thing is certain: too much of it isn’t helping your chronic or acute pain. In fact, it could be making it worse. How? Stress and pain go hand in hand. When … Continue Reading →

Tips for Practicing Mindfulness This Holiday Season

This time of year, things can spin out of control quickly, triggering stress and other unpleasantries. As your partner in natural health, we wanted to offer some tips for how to stay grounded and present as 2021 comes to a close. Give these mindfulness tips and tricks a try and let us know how they … Continue Reading →

Five Ways You Can Improve Range of Motion

If you aren’t moving…you aren’t living! At our practice, we believe that movement is life, yet for so many people today, moving is difficult due to decreased range of motion. When range of motion is inhibited, it’s common to experience pain and discomfort which may lead to overcompensation in other body parts as they try … Continue Reading →

5 Different Kinds of Headaches…and How to Help Them

When it comes to managing headaches, you have other options than just popping pain pills. But first, it’s important to figure out what type of headache you’re suffering from. With over 150 headache possibilities (yes, we said 150!), we break down a few of the most common below to help you better understand their causes. … Continue Reading →

Improving Your Gut Health Naturally

Did you know that you have a second nervous system in your gut? Called the enteric nervous system, this network of nerves extends from your esophagus all the way down through your stomach and intestines. It’s so important, it’s often referred to as a second brain. While many people only associate the spine with your … Continue Reading →

Technology: A Real Pain in the Neck

Sure, you might call work related emails in the middle of the night a “pain in your neck.” But for some people, they cause a literal pain in the neck. Enter: Tech neck. Tech neck, sometimes called text neck, is a new-age problem that involves poor posture when using technology, typically phones, tablets and computers. … Continue Reading →

Why Are My Muscles Sore After I Work Out?

Exercise is an important part of a healthy life. But can something so good for you be painful? For some people, yes. But don’t worry—it’s entirely normal to be sore after a new workout. Delayed onset muscle soreness, also known as DOMS, can happen after a workout and cause sore muscles that may reduce your … Continue Reading →