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3 Common Myths About Chiropractic You Should Know About

Posted by on May 11, 2017 in benefits, expectations, lifespan | Comments Off on 3 Common Myths About Chiropractic You Should Know About

Doctors of Chiropractic are licensed in all 50 states. Chiropractic care is a service people CHOOSE to use on a regular basis to counter act wear and tear. Even though chiropractic care is one of the best health care options available to eliminate pain, reduce stress, increase flexibility, and maintain a great quality of life, there are still a lot of people who don’t know much about chiropractic care.  There are also a lot of crazy myths about chiropractic.  I want to share a few of those with you so you have a better understanding about chiropractic. Check these out: Myth #1: Chiropractors Aren’t “Real” Doctors Did you know that some people actually still say that?  Out of curiosity, what is a “real” doctor anyway?  A white coat?  A stethoscope?  A prescription pad?  Are we to believe that the...

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This fruit juice has amazing cardiovascular health benefits…

Posted by on Dec 16, 2016 in benefits, nutrition | Comments Off on This fruit juice has amazing cardiovascular health benefits…

What juice gives you cardiovascular and blood pressure and cholesterol benefits? Pomegranate is the answer, spit the fruit don’t swallow it all. Have you ever eaten a pomegranate?  They are the fruit with the little red seeds in them.  Well, it turns out that pomegranate juice has some pretty powerful health benefits.  Some research was done a few years a go and I want to share with you some of the findings because they are pretty interesting.  Check out the benefits discovered in the research study:  * After one year of pomegranate juice consumption (3 ounces per day), systolic blood pressure decreased by 21%.   * After one year of consumption, the antioxidant health status increased by 130%. * Oxidative stress is a major contributor to cardiovascular disease.  Consumption of pomegranate juice lowered the oxidative stress levels in the blood....

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Detoxifying Foot Baths Legit or Scam

Posted by on Jul 23, 2015 in benefits, detox, foot pain, research | Comments Off on Detoxifying Foot Baths Legit or Scam

Detoxifying foot baths may not be doing much for your health Click the links and make a decision about foot baths for yourself, it’s your time and money, do what you think is best. Have you seen or heard about those “detoxifying foot baths” that people are buying like crazy these days?  It’s one of the latest health fads. I’ve had several patients ask me if they worked, but until now, I didn’t know much about them. detoxifying foot pads don’t work…and they are a scam??? Click To Tweet However, the other day I came across an article that basically said these detoxifying foot pads don’t work…and they are a scam.   Here are some resources for you to check out if you have bought some of these or were thinking about buying some…or just want to learn more about them!...

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When is the best time to exercise?

Posted by on Jun 24, 2015 in athlete, benefits, exercise, sleep | Comments Off on When is the best time to exercise?

Have you ever wondered what time of the day you should exercise? different times of the day accomplishes different benefits, like mood and sleep. Dr. Justin Trosclair dc Serving Arnaudville, Breaux Bridge, Cecilia, Parks, and St. Martinville Have you ever wondered what time of the day you should exercise?  Believe it or not, working out at different times of the day accomplishes different benefits. working out at different times of the day accomplishes different Click To Tweet Here is a list of benefits from exercising in the morning and exercising in the  afternoon: ================== MORNING BENEFITS: ================== * More likely to stick to your exercise routine * Better moods and less tension throughout the day * Better mind-set for food intake * Improvements in sleep patterns and cognitive function ==================== AFTERNOON BENEFITS: ==================== * Less chance of injury *...

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acetaminophen is ineffective for low back pain new study says

Posted by on Jun 6, 2015 in benefits, medication, research | Comments Off on acetaminophen is ineffective for low back pain new study says

Study shows acetaminophen for low back pain has only minimal benefits Osteoarthritis, or as some call it old age arthritis , of the knee and spine were the object of this study. My SUMMARY: paracetamol (acetaminophen) is ineffective in the treatment of low back pain and provides minimal short term benefit for people with osteoarthritis.  The following is the abstract of the article.   Efficacy and safety of paracetamol acetaminophen for spinal pain and osteoarthritis: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised placebo controlled trials BMJ 2015; 350 doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/bmj.h1225 (Published 31 March 2015) Cite this as: BMJ 2015;350:h1225 Abstract Objective To investigate the efficacy and safety of paracetamol (acetaminophen) in the management of spinal pain and osteoarthritis of the hip or knee. Design Systematic review and meta-analysis. Data sources Medline, Embase, AMED, CINAHL, Web of Science, LILACS, International Pharmaceutical Abstracts,...

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Less cost, faster recovery, fewer surgery and reduced drugs with chiropractic care

Posted by on May 3, 2015 in adjustment, benefits, low back pain, neck pain, research | Comments Off on Less cost, faster recovery, fewer surgery and reduced drugs with chiropractic care

Two times the success for neck pain with chiropractic vs general doctor and physical therapy (reduce work absence, 1/3 less cost, fast recovery and less meds). Only 1.5% of patients had surgery when seeing a chiropractor first for back injuries versus 42.7% if they saw general doc first.   “In our randomized, controlled trial, we compared the effectiveness of manual therapy, physical therapy, and continued care by a general practitioner in patients with nonspecific neck pain. The success rate at seven weeks was twice as high for the manual therapy group (68.3 percent) as for the continued care group (general practitioner). Manual therapy scored better than physical therapy on all outcome measures. Patients receiving manual therapy had fewer absences from work than patients receiving physical therapy or continued care, and manual therapy and physical therapy each resulted in statistically...

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