What is Active Release Technique (ART)?

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You may have heard me (Dr. Wasserman) talk about A.R.T. also known as Active Release Technique. Well, what is it exactly? Active Release Technique is a soft tissue/muscle technique designed to relieve tight and tender muscles. If you think that all a chiropractor does is adjust the spine, think again! We can also treat your…

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Does Weight Training Help Prevent Sports Injuries?

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Are you an athlete who is concerned about sports injuries? Chiropractors, coaches, trainers, and athletes agree that weight training can go a long way toward preventing sports injuries. In his stretchcoach.com article, renowned author Brad Walker asserts that strength training has been a part of sports conditioning for many years and is touted for its…

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Chiropractic Makes Pregnancy Easier

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Pregnant women: you owe it to yourself to learn how to take care of yourself during this stressful time! One of the most common questions I get from pregnant women after learning that I’m a chiropractor is “can I get adjusted if I’m pregnant?” and the answer is yes! In fact, chiropractic can be immensely beneficial for…

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Physical Therapy Treatment for Sports Injuries

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While participation in sports activities can be beneficial to your health, it does come with the risk of injury. Chiropractors agree that whether you’re an active sports enthusiast or occasional participant, sports injuries can occur at virtually any time. There are numerous treatment options for sports injuries that vary based on the location, extent, and…

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Back Pain from Sitting: It’s Not Just a ‘Hunch’!

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Like most people using a desktop, laptop, iPad, or other PDA device in the home, office, or at school, you are probably hunched or slumped over, or leaning to either side most of the day without even realizing it. Although you may not give a second thought to these unnatural sitting positions, you may very…

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Why You NEED to See Me Within 2 Weeks of a Car Accident!

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The following is why you NEED to see me within 2 weeks of a car accident! This is a really important topic to cover today, so please read carefully and all the way to the end. This could end up saving you a ton of money. We are going to be talking about what you…

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Chiropractic Can Make You a Better Golfer

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Back pain is the most common problem among golfers. When an athlete is experiencing pain it will negatively impact your performance. How can we avoid back pain as a golfer? One of the biggest myths is that club head speed at ball impact is depends on maximum spinal rotation during the backswing. The true source…

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Help Prevent Sports Injuries with Proper Hydration

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Football, soccer, and tennis…just a few of the activities we love to play or enjoy watching our children participate in. But it’s crucial to implement safety precautions during these vigorous events. Regardless of the outdoor sport you’re playing, it’s vital to understand the importance of proper hydration when it comes to preventing sports injuries. StopSportsInjuries.org reports…

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If you Sit at a Desk, You Probably Have Lower Crossed Syndrome

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Chances are if you have a job in America, you’re sitting and working from behind a desk. Recent reports show that includes 86% of working Americans. All this sitting has caused biomechanical imbalances in our postures that contribute to some common pain syndromes. We’ve even given them a name. Let’s start with an imbalance that…

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Do you sit at work all day working at a desk or computer? Learn about Upper Crossed Syndrome

Posted on By Alex Wasserman

Chances are if you have a job in America, you’re sitting and working from behind a desk. Recent reports show that includes 86% of working Americans. All this sitting has caused biomechanical imbalances in our postures that contribute to some common pain syndromes. We’ve even given them a name. Let’s start with an imbalance that…

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