Sitting in chairs for extended hours can wreak havoc on the spine. Sisson and Wallden suggest we re-acquaint ourselves with archetypal sitting positions.Read More
It’s possible you’ve heard a few myths about chiropractic. Maybe at one point, you may have even believed a few of them yourself. That’s ok! We want to shed a little light and share some information on some of the more common chiropractic myths.
If you have any questions that aren’t listed on this infographic, please give us a call at 303-776-6767. We love answering questions and helping you feel as comfortable as possible before coming in to see us!Read More
Ashely Little, our friend over at Mattress Advisor , wrote us this great article on helpful tips for choosing the best mattress for your spine. You spend a significant portion of your life in your bed. It’s important to choose a mattress that will best support you and not be a detriment to your health!
“We think about our posture during the day while we’re sitting and standing, but it’s not something we can be conscious of in our sleep. Keeping correct posture is vital to protecting our back, neck, and joints from strain. How are we supposed to take care of that while we sleep?Read More
True self-care isn’t bubble baths and chocolate cake. Sometimes it’s hard work and doing the thing you don’t want to be doing. In the mainstream, what we see as self-care often is actually a way to disengage from our life and to distract ourselves from the real reasons we aren’t living the life that we want. Before getting into what it means to truly care for yourself, let’s dispel some of the myths of what self-care isn’t.Read More
While plastics have many good uses, the current ubiquity in our lives has caused the good it was intended for to be outdone. But don’t worry. Wall-e doesn’t have to become a documentary! There is still time to make a change to save the planet and even small changes make a difference. Just reading the article and beginning to generate an awareness for this issue is the first step! Congratulations!Read More
Tightness between shoulder blades, mid back pain, stress stored in the tops of your shoulders, rounded shoulders are all common symptoms of modern life. These easy, at home exercises will help alleviate the tension in your back and improve your range of motion. Grab your trusty Foam Roller and join us!Read More
Hopefully you read the article we posted last month about Women and Intermittent fasting. Mark from Mark's Daily Apple has written another article on the best way for Women to enter and stay in Ketosis.
"It’s the quality that makes ketogenic diets so effective for weight loss, particularly in the obese and severely overweight. And that satiety, that provides a psychological boost. You’re not just not hungry. You’re not hungry because you’re consuming your own body fat. You eat fewer calories than you were because all the food is coming from inside the house. That’s powerful, and it perpetuates itself, leading to even more weight loss and making keto that much more sustainable.Read More
Headaches can have a number of causes. One you might not think of is the computer. This can be fixed with a simple and cheap solution. Dr Jay tells of a not often thought of natural solution to help headaches.Read More
We found this great article from Marks's Daily Apple. While intermittent fasting is something that is commonly talked about, the different effects on men vs women isn't as often discussed, even though the differences are vast.
"The blank slate hypothesis has fallen. Everyone comes into this world imbued with attributes, characteristics, and predilections that are uniquely theirs. We’re all humans, but we’re a diverse bunch, and that makes it interesting. And though it also makes giving cookie cutter health advice impossible, I just take that as an opportunity to stand out from the crowd and provide actionable advice that genuinely helps real people.Read More