New Shareable Graphic Promotes American College of Physicians Guidance The American College of Physicians recently published new guidelines on the treatment of acute and chronic low back pain that encourage doctors and patients to try non-drug, noninvasive types of treatment, including spinal manipulation, before turning to pain medications. ACA created this shareable graphic (below) to […]
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This workout is best used on days you are short on time. After all, a quick workout is better than no workout!
At Smith Family Chiropractic, we realize back to school time can be stressful for parents and children! We would like you to know we can help as you make this transition.
At our house we work hard to grow what we eat, and prepare what we eat! So, last week I went to the backyard to gather most of our food for the evening from our garden.
Do you find yourself getting frustrated when you throw food away because it has gone bad? Although you may be frustrated and feel like you have created waste, you should also feel reassured to know that you have food that actually spoils. We will call this alive food.
In a recent article in the Washington Post, we are reminded that “for the first time in history, American children could have a shorter life span than their parents. The cause: obesity.”
Are you planning to get healthy? What are your goals? As you make a plan, consider this information we recently reviewed by Dr. M. Colgan describing the body’s mechanism for healing and the time required for complete healing.
Exercise is such a brilliant thing for the human body, but there is a point of overload. Here’s an experience of how exercise adversely affected my health over the Fourth of July weekend.
Neuroplasticity is doing something over and over again expecting a different outcome. We learn through repetition whether it is something new or the need to re-learn something we’ve lost.