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Scheduling Your Spinal Exam

New Fairfield Your Spinal Exam

Regular vigorous physical exercise, a healthy diet, and sufficient rest are not the only factors to having a healthy body.  Although Chiropractic has been around for over one hundred years, the importance of Chiropractic care has only become more mainstream in the last few decades as pro-active health care has become more popular.  The full ...

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Maintaining Healthy Joints!

New Fairfield Maintaining Healthy Joints

Chiropractic care is primarily designed to improve the flexibility of spinal joints. A loss of the spinal vertebral motion can lead to spinal muscle tightness and pain, which generally results in various other physical problems. For example, headaches, lack of restful sleep, and increased irritability may all have a link with a loss of spinal ...

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Understanding and Recovering from Whiplash

Whiplash New Fairfield CT

The term "Whiplash" originated in 1928 to describe the result of a sudden hyperextension injury of the neck immediately followed by hyperflexion injury and the resulting damage to the surrounding muscles, ligaments and tendons. Today we remove the "hyper" part referring to extension and flexion beyond the normal physical limits and define whiplash as an ...

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Are Your Shoulders Attached to Your Earlobes? Get Relief for Neck Pain!

Neck Pain New Fairfield

If you think about the mechanics of your neck, you'll realize it's not surprising how easily it can be injured. It has amazing flexibility, is constantly on the move, has very little muscular support, but has to support the 14 - 16 pounds of your head. It is like balancing a bowling ball on a ...

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