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Sleeping Positions and Alzheimer’s

Could your sleeping position be affecting your memory? From animals to humans, sleeping is a very important part of an individual’s life. Sleep has been determined to be the state that the body and brain needs to process and reset from the day’s activities. If one becomes an insomniac or […]

How can Active Release Therapy (ART) help with your injuries?

What is ART?
Active Release Therapy, or A.R.T, is a form of soft tissue technique that targets active and passive tissues for treatment purposes. Active tissues are considered as your muscles and passive tissues including your tendons and ligaments. The principal behind performing the ART technique is identifying the injured soft […]

Your Balance Age

The importance of our nervous system and the way our brain and body communicate is imperative in our life. If there is a disconnection between our brain and body all sorts of things can happen: We can have coordination troubles, learning difficulties, changes in personality, anxiety, and we can have […]

Eczema and your Diet

Atopic Dermatitis or eczema as it is commonly known predominantly affects children under 5yrs of age. Eczema is a superficial inflammation of the skin and a myriad of factors can contribute to its development. Often there is a familial history of eczema so genetics does play a role in part; […]

Social Media and its Pitfalls on the Spine

A great concern for chiropractors is posture and its impact on our spine, especially our children’s developing spines. We emphasis the importance of a school backpack and where it should be worn and how it should be worn. In 2015, it is more common to see the backpack worn over […]

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