Healthy Holiday Habits

The holiday season can be the most wonderful time of the year, with the opportunity to relax, share time with loved ones, exchange gifts and more. However, the holidays can also be a challenging and stressful time for many reasons. It is important to remember to continue taking care of your physical and mental health […]

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Simple Movement Strategies to Combat Chronic Pain

By Justin Brumfield, DC  If there was a magic pill to eliminate pain forever, we would all take it. Until that day, there are simple strategies you can use to help manage your chronic pain. Simple, such as finding daily movement strategies that lessen your pain and enable you to keep doing what matters most.    […]

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After the Storm: Yard Clean-Up Safety

Winter storms and other severe weather events have been sweeping the nation lately, leaving snow, leaves and debris in their wake. Yard clean-up is unavoidable after a storm, whether it’s shoveling snow, raking leaves or picking up fallen branches. And although you can’t avoid doing yard work, you can avoid injury by keeping these safety […]

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Strategies for Fall Prevention

Every September on the first day of fall, the National Council on Aging’s Falls Free Initiative promotes National Falls Prevention Awareness Week. Their goal is to raise awareness about the impact of falls among older adults and offer practical falls prevention solutions. This Falls Prevention Awareness Week, learn what you can do to keep yourself […]

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Better Sleep: 7 Mindful Practices to Improve Your Rest

By Jamie Benjamin If you struggle to fall asleep at night, endlessly toss and turn, or wake up stiff and tired, practicing mindfulness may help. The practice of being mindful means dedicating your full attention to something. To truly be mindful, you need to slow down, take a breather, and focus entirely on what you’re […]

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