20 Jun June 20, 2011

Healthy Oils – Do you know about Coconut?

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Would you believe me if I told you there was a saturated fat that helps reduce bad cholesteral (LDL) and boosts the good one (HDL)?  Find out how else coconut oil can improve your health. Click the link below for the full story! Coconut Oil

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Active and/or passive television usage may be linked to conditions ranging from depression to cancer.   Ambient light from the TV can interfere with our bodies sleep cycle and normal physiology.  This  keeps us from entering that deep sleep or REM cycle where a most of the bodies healing and repair takes place.  Read on to […]

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By Dr. Steve Shirley It is common this time of year to get questions on which is more appropriate after an injury, heat or ice. With the cold weather, nearly everyone will reach for the heating pad first after slipping on the ice or shoveling snow. While heat may often feel better at the moment, […]

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Dr. Sadie Rausenberger, DC I wake up in the morning feeling unrested, but pull myself out of bed for yet another day of living in constant pain with most movements.  I am feeling very frustrated because I had to turn down an invitation to go hiking with a friend.  I just know it’s going to […]

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26 Oct October 26, 2010

Barefoot Running: Fact or Fad?

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By Colby Smith DC I’ve been getting quite a bit of interest in this topic from patients and even a few friends on this topic. One friend asked if this is just the latest fad or the new path the sport may be heading down. Honestly I wasn’t sure myself, so I decided to dive […]

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By Steven Shirley DC CCSP The facts were in and it wasn’t pretty.  I decided to weigh myself shortly after the holidays and the scale told me what my increasingly snug Dockers had told me months earlier.  I was becoming a fat boy again.  As a strapping Irish-Scot lad with the physique of a caber-tosser, […]

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12 Feb February 12, 2010

TRX, Wii Injuries and Getting in Shape

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By Steven Shirley DC, CCSP Now that the holiday season is long gone, many people have gotten back on their exercise routines as the attempt to get the Christmas cheer off their beltline.  Unfortunately for some of our patients at the Spinal and Sports Care Clinic we are seeing a rash of injuries from people […]

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By Kathi Shirley Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is a situational mood disorder  brought on by dercreasing daylight in the winter months.  Recent studies suggest that Vitamin D defeciency can contribute to SAD, especially in the northern latitudes. Recommended dosage for Vitamin D supplementation is 1000 to 2000 IU per day.  (Try our Biotics Bio D […]

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19 Dec December 19, 2009

Chiropractic & Ear Aches

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Chiropractic has favorable results with Ear Aches

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