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Resources: Health & Wellness

  • Is Being Average What You are Shooting For?

    We hear it so often in our office: “I want to maintain my health” or “I want to keep myself healthy”. Though I certainly think healthcare maintenance and keeping yourself healthy is a

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  • Are You Feeling Better or Healing Better?

    When it comes to health, so often we focus on feeling better as compared to healing better. Perhaps this is because our culture seems very focused on how we feel from one day to the next rather than how much progress we are making toward a bigger goal of long-term health and wellness. This thinking […]

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  • VOTING FOR THE BEST IN BOULDER COUNTY 2017

    It is that time of the year, when the best builder in Boulder County is voted for. Wouldn’t it be awesome to be a practice member of the chiropractic office voted the best builder in Boulder County 2017? It would be so cool to be…

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  • April Showers Bring May Flowers… and Allergies.

    For many, spring brings allergies; this was certainly true for me. Growing up I had severe allergies, particularly in the spring. My parents took me to allergy specialist after allergy specialist who gave me over-the-counter medications and prescription medications, and nothing really helped. My eyes were always bloodshot. I had to carry tissues all the […]

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  • Be Grateful For Your Symptoms

    The body is absolutely miraculous. It coordinates an incredible number of biochemical and neurological reactions on an ongoing basis without you having to think about it. The body consistently coordinates everything behind the scenes and we should be thankful for this intelligence. This is a foundational principle to the chiropractic healing art. It is this […]

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  • Nirvana, Kurt Cobain, Your Spine And Your Emotions

    Kurt Cobain talking about his back pain

    Nirvana’s rock album, Nevermind, turned twenty-five this month. Many say the album defined music in the 1990s, and the life and death of lead singer, Kurt Cobain, also had a significant cultural impact. I remember listening to that album quite frequently and also being shocked by his passing as many were. In a recent article published […]

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  • The Three Secrets To A Strong, Healthy, Well Aligned Spine

    Person with a healthy spinal cord

    There is a central triad that forms the foundation to maximize function and quality of life. Within this triad, people will tend to have one area that is easier and one that tends to be a place of difficulty, pain, or distraction. These three principles of physiological change are crucial to understand and apply to […]

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  • Back Surgery Is Useless

    Physisican finding the root cause of back pain

    That is what the New York Times said two weeks ago about back surgery and many other surgeries. “Useless” may seem like a strong word, but we really have to look closely as a culture about the effectiveness of invasive procedures. There are many medications — countless medications on the market — that are supposed […]

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  • Have You Ever Felt A Difficult Day In Your Spine?

    Have you ever felt a difficult day at work or day with your family, or even a holiday in your spine? At the end of the day, have you ever felt like your spine was holding you hostage? Or perhaps, have you ever woken up feeling that way already, only to find it get worse […]

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  • Does Texting Take Your Breath Away?

    People texting affecting their health

    Everywhere you go you see people on mobile devices. Think about or visualize the posture of a person on a mobile device. Their head is down, chin to the chest, looking towards the ground, with their shoulders slumped and their neck in a reverse curve. This pandemic posture, called anterior head syndrome posture or “text […]

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