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Benefits of Cold Laser Therapy

If you are suffering with an injury or chronic condition, cold laser therapy may be a treatment option to explore. This form of chiropractic treatment involves the application of low levels of light to treat conditions at or underneath the surface of the skin. The...

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Food Addiction

Do you eat your meal and find that shortly afterwards, you want to eat more? Do you find yourself craving more and more fat, carbohydrates and sugar?  Do you spend time preoccupied with food?  Do you eat food to the point that it makes you feel ill? Are you gaining...

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The Importance of Maintenance Care

You made the decision to see a chiropractor for your neck or back pain. You followed the doctor’s treatment recommendations and now your pain is gone, and you are once again able to do the things that you love to do but couldn’t because of your pain. What now? The...

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Are You Getting Bored with Food?

Did you know that the average family has a rotation of the same old boring 10-14 meals? In addition, people usually have a very limited liking of vegetables. It is quite common for people to become bored and begin to have more cravings for something different which...

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Fibroblast Skin Tightening

Who has wrinkles, fine lines, or scars they wish would just disappear? I think I can speak for most of us when I say how nice it would be to turn the clock back a little and erase a few wrinkles here or a few lines there. If you can relate, let me introduce you to the...

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Should You Use a Sit/Stand Desk?

These days, millions of more people are working from home than ever before.  Many of those members of the at-home workforce had little to no warning that their work environment would be changing so drastically and so suddenly.  They were given the work-from-home order...

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The Importance of Exfoliating  

Skin care isn’t just about washing and moisturizer. While washing and moisturizing are important, these steps really only benefit the outer layer of the skin, which mostly consists of dead skin cells, dirt, and debris. To get deeper into the skin to actually...

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