Most people have a slightly rounded curvature of the upper back. This natural curve is referred to as the thoracic kyphosis. It is designed to distribute body weight and absorb compressive stress while providing central body support and flexibility.
The holiday season is a tempting time to indulge in all sorts of tasty seasonal food offerings. Enjoying the treats that only come around a few times every year don't have to contribute to weight gain if done properly.
Here at Auburn Chiropractic Associates, we care about every aspect of health and aim to educate all on how to achieve and maintain a balanced lifestyle. It is important to consider what the body is nutritionally given when looking to maintain weight and feel good. Here are 10 ways to avoid falling victim to holiday weight gain:
Exercise therapy is a regimen of physical activities to improve the way the body functions. It focuses on moving different parts of the body to increase mobility and release pain. Exercise therapy can be used to manage or prevent pain. It can also be referred to as therapeutic exercise.
With almost 30 million children and teens participating in organized sports in America, sports injuries are some of the most commonly treated injuries by chiropractors. In fact, sports result in about 3.5 million injuries a year. When participating in any sport, it is important to take preventive measures to prepare your body for such high levels of activity and impact. With 20% of injuries involving the lower back and neck, it is likely that visiting a chiropractor is the best option for prevention and treatment. In order to prevent a severe injury, we will discuss the most common sports injuries and some preventive measures to implement.