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Wasserman Chiropractic of Palm Beach Now Carries CBD Products!

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What is CBD? How Can it Help Me? You may have heard the term CBD recently and may have wondered what it is or how it can help you. CBD is a compound derived from the cannabis plant that has vast medical applications, both physical and mental. CBD is NOT psychoactive and is safe to…

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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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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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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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Do you sit at work all day working at a desk or computer? Learn about Upper 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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Having trouble lifting your arms above your head without shoulder pain? You may have Frozen Shoulder Syndrome!

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You may have noticed that over the last few weeks or months, you can’t move your arm very much without shoulder pain. Especially as you get towards the end of your range of motion it feels restricted and painful. You are likely suffering from Frozen Shoulder Syndrome. Frozen Shoulder signs and symptoms: – loss in…

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How to Avoid the Most Common Runner’s Injury

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More and more people are turning to running for fitness. With an increase in running comes an increase in running injuries! Fortunately, you can take steps to decrease your risks while getting in shape! Plantar Fasciitis: This is the most common injury that runners get, and it is characterized by three main signs: – heel…

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