Back Pain and Your Desk Job
According to a 2013 Mayo Clinic study, back pain is the third most common reason people schedule doctor’s appointments in the United States. What may come as a surprise is that your desk job is a common cause of this discomfort. In fact, sitting at a desk for eight or more hours per day can…CONTINUE READING
Top 4 Signs You Should See a Chiropractor
When you’re feeling joint pain or a headache coming on, your first instinct usually to reach for a drugstore pain remedy. However when you do so, you’ll be treating the symptom rather than identifying its cause. In these cases, chiropractic care can help determine what’s responsible your pain, treat the condition and offer lasting relief…CONTINUE READING
How Alternative Medicine Can Treat Stenosis
If you’ve been diagnosed with spinal stenosis, there’s a good chance your doctor suggested medications or surgery. But these methods may require you to depend on anti-seizure drugs or even opioid pain relievers, and you may have reservations about invasive surgical treatment. Fortunately, if your quality of life has been diminished by spinal stenosis, you…CONTINUE READING
Alternative Options for the Management of Type 2 Diabetes
Diabetes statistics are alarming! In the US, there are over 23 million children and adults living with diabetes, some of which have not been diagnosed. According to research: One in three men (born in 2000) will suffer with diabetes in their lifetime. Two out of five women (born in 2000) will suffer with diabetes in…CONTINUE READING
EXERCISE AND INJURIES… WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW!
A sedentary lifestyle – a life without physical activity, is a major preventable cause of death. We all know the benefits of exercise and physical activity – keeps us fit, both physically and mentally. An exercise routine should include aerobic exercises to strengthen the heart, strength training to maintain muscle mass and burn fat and…CONTINUE READING
ONE IN TWO AMERICANS SUFFER WITH DIABESITY AND MANY DO NOT EVEN KNOW IT!
HELP FOR THOSE LIVING WITH DIABETES, OBESITY AND METABOLIC SYNDROME IN NJ Obesity and overweight are labels for weight ranges that are greater than what is considered “healthy” for a specific height. In addition, the terms also identify ranges of weight associated with an increase in the likelihood of developing health problems and/or diseases. According…CONTINUE READING