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Your nervous system connects the nerves from your brain and spinal cord to the rest of your body delivering signals about physical sensations back to your brain from your arms, hands, feet and legs. If these nerves become damaged due to an injury, illness, infection, diabetes or exposure to toxins, it is called peripheral neuropathy.
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It’s no big secret that exercise is good for you. Many articles and books have been written and studies completed on the subject of physical fitness. However, lately it’s been discussed as to whether that five mile run or spin class is really enough. Is our work or school environment undoing any positive effort we put into staying healthy?
Join Juli Colotti Exercise Physiologist and Dr. David Ness as they put together a 6 week program to help strengthen your core strength and stability. All exercises can be modified, and are intended for people coming off of injuries or dealing with current injuries.
Dr. David Ness (Sports Chiropractor) is proud to introduce our youth sports core training class by Julie Colotti (Exercise Physiologist) starting November 9th.
Whether you are an training for a marathon, avid exerciser, an exuberant shopper, or a small child chaser, you have probably felt tightening and burning in your shin at one point in your life. Sometimes, the pain stops when the activity ceases, but other times the pain remains. If shin pain continues bothering you, it may be time to face the fact you have shin splints.
While stress, heredity, and smoking are all factors that play into a person’s well being, one of the biggest is a healthy diet. Choosing to eat healthy benefits the body in a number of key areas.
Pregnancy adds significant additional weight to a woman’s body in a short amount of time. This change bears on the spine, frequently pulling it out of alignment.
When this happens, the pain can be quite severe. Chiropractic care during pregnancy works to keep the spine in alignment and all supporting tendons working optimally, to be better prepared and able to adequately support the extra weight.