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Chiropractic Care for Stress Management

People experience stress in a variety of ways. Worries about finances or employment, problems with your kids or significant other, even concerns about the state of the world register as stressors for many people. Stress causes both acute (immediate) and chronic (long-lasting) health issues. Luckily, a holistic approach to wellness, including chiropractic care, helps alleviate […]

Diabetic? Maybe it’s Time to See Your Chiropractor

While chiropractic treatments are most close associated with personal injuries such as whiplash or chronic back pain, chiropractic care has also proven effective in managing a variety of conditions and even some diseases. For example, studies show that regular chiropractic treatments can help diabetics achieve a better degree of wellness. Diabetes is at epidemic proportions […]

How Chiropractic Treatments Can Reduce Toxins

Many in the medical community believe toxins play a significant role in illness and possibly obesity. Our bodies are designed to eliminate toxins but we are so bombarded that we become overloaded because many of the most common foods and drinks we consume contain substances that contribute to people packing on pounds and interfering with […]

How Chiropractic Care Can Treat Diabetes

Diabetes is a chronic condition that causes high sugar levels to be present in a person’s blood. Left untreated, many complications can arise from the disease, including eye problems, sores and lesions (primarily on the feet), nerve damage, digestive issues, and in rare instances, diabetic coma and death. Currently, diabetes is considered to be the […]

How Chiropractic Care Can Help Diabetes and Arthritis

If you live in the Phoenix area, the American Diabetes Association’s Phoenix is a good place to get information on diabetes and its relationship with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). Research has found that individuals with RA are up to 50 percent more likely to develop type-2 diabetes. Experts admit they don’t know if the inflammation associated […]