Category Archives: Prevention & Treatment

17 Aug

Should you avoid exercise when you have back pain?

Research has shown that keeping active aids recovery. Pain can easily make us think that we’re doing further damage, but in reality moving helps us get better sooner. Our spines are very strong and we’re made to move!  Of course this is a very general statement, but after a proper assessment and diagnosis of your condition,

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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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15 Mar

Question of the week – How important are ergonomics?

We’ve heard this question a lot lately (especially from my office desk workers). The short answer is, yes! The problem with having poor ergonomics at work is that it causes increased tension on muscles and compression of joints. It’s not a problem to have bad posture for a few seconds, but if you have it

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04 Nov

You might want to get up more…

Case of the week from Dr. Cheung: Over the past few weeks I’ve been treating a 60-year-old lady that’s had knee pain for the past 30+ years. Due to a complicated eye condition, she’s now blind and spends most (if not all) of her time sitting and resting at home. After doing a thorough examination on her,

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09 Sep

Ever wonder what happens when you ‘crack’ your knuckles?

Ever wonder what happens when you ‘crack’ your knuckles? As a chiropractor this could be one of the most common questions that I get. Simply put, gas is being released in the joint (from a vacuum effect).Then, the follow up question I get is: “If I ‘crack’ the knuckles in my hands a lot, overtime does

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31 Aug

6 Tips for Buying a Mattress (and Sleeping Well)

Consider the importance and value of a good night’s sleep (beyond the price tag) when you are looking for a new mattress. Your back will thank you. A 2011 study by the British Chiropractic Association (BCA) reports that 41% of women and 36% of men claimed their back pain was caused by a poor night’s sleep.

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15 Jul

MLB All Star Game and Chiropractic – Performance Enhancement

Since the 1920s, when the New York Yankees traveled with a chiropractor to their games, many professional baseball players have been taking advantage of the edge that playing pain-free gives them. Many baseball players from the major leagues have attested to the fact that chiropractic care has been instrumental in helping them perform at their

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