Category Archives: Health

15 Aug

Just can’t think about doing exercise…

Just can’t think about doing exercise…? Too busy balancing work and home life? Maybe you can’t focus on it right now. Maybe some foggy thinking has you believing that you’ll get around to it. Ironically enough, the times we find it hardest to think about exercise might be the times we need it most. The

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13 Aug

When chiropractic is covered, everyone benefits.

It’s a common misconception that chiropractic is too pricey to consider for acute or chronic pains. Not only is chiropractic care an effective way to manage pains and problems, it’s an affordable one as well.  Low back pain is second only to the common cold as a cause for lost work time. Several studies have

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02 Aug

Making your home a functional space.

Knowing about your condition, and knowing about how to function with a condition, is a cornerstone of reducing disability. Particularly in the healthcare of physical conditions like neck pain or back pain, patient education and behavior modification is one of three key components to a strategy called ‘multi-modal care’ – broadly embraced as the preferred

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23 Jul

Managing independence… by yourself!

If you’ve been by our clinic at all in the past year or so, you must have heard us talk with a lot of enthusiasm about offering a program aimed to help people self-manage their lumbar spinal stenosis. Called the Stenosis “Boot Camp”, it was developed right here at the Mt. Sinai Hospital. It is

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16 Feb

On the road

Family Day long weekend is upon us. Traveling is great but sitting hours in a car is not! After sitting for a long time, the joints and muscles of your body stiffen up leaving you more susceptible to injury. For example for the low back, after being idle for hours the ligaments of the low

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02 Oct

Not your ordinary brain-teaser.

For years, neurophysiologists have been researching the effects of the chiropractic adjustment on the brain. Research has shown that there are changes in how the brain processes proprioceptive information. Basically this means that it changes how the brain processes information from the arms and legs.  This is extremely interesting that chiropractic adjustments can affect the brain! For more info go

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23 Jun

60 Second Desk Breaks

We reached out all the way to Hong Kong (Dr. Ian Shaw) to bring you this blog. Dr. Shaw just made a post on simple exercises that can be done at your desk! This is a great sequence and you should definitely check it out. Here’s his post: Video: https://www.facebook.com/ian.shaw2/videos/10103870022191790/ Everyone is familiar with how horrible it is for

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05 May

A great visual for how (and why) to bend properly.

It doesn’t matter what you’re picking up. Whether you’re bending over to tie your shoes, picking up heavy weights at the gym, picking up a pencil, or working in a factory, these principles still apply. Injury prevention is key and long-term you’ll be much happier for it.  If you have any questions, feel free to

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15 Apr

Yikes! Is this the future?

This might be a bit of an exaggeration, but Dr. Cheung’s guess is that the age-related problems of the future will be a bit different than those we face today. When using your phone, try your best to keep upright! The human head weighs about a 12 pounds. But as the neck bends forward and

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