1. 5 Ways To Relieve Pain in 2019, Part 1

    There’s a new year on the horizon, which presents the perfect opportunity for people to set resolutions, intentions, and implement healthy practices to support their health and wellness in 2019. While the usual New Year’s resolutions of promising yourself to workout every day and eat better are always good, there are other intentions to add to your list. According to The American Academy of Pa…Read More

  2. 4 Reasons to Get a Massage This Holiday Season

    The holidays are an exciting time that gives us the opportunity to spend quality time with friends and family. But the holidays can also be stressful. Between all of the fun social events, shopping, and travel, the holidays can do a number on your stress levels — and your body. A study conducted by The American Institute of Stress reports that there is a significant link between stress and the e…Read More

  3. Injured at Work? How Chiropractic & Massage Can Help!

    Injured at Work? How Chiropractic & Massage Can Help! In 2014, there were 2.8 million occupational injuries. These injuries crossed all industries, but 75 percent were in those that provided a service. These injuries can lead to time lost at work, a decrease in production, depression, and temporary (or permanent) disability. These injuries can be caused by slip and fall, vehicle collisions, e…Read More

  4. How Medical Massage Helps Ankle Pain

    How Medical Massage Helps Ankle Pain   Ankle pain and injury are not issues reserved solely for athletes. In the United States, more than 25,000 people deal with ankle sprains or pain every day. Studies show that somewhere around 40 percent of ankle sprains are not treated correctly or are misdiagnosed, which leads to disability or chronic ankle pain. When the ankle does not function properly, it…Read More

  5. How Medical Massage Helps Plantar Fasciitis

    How Medical Massage Helps Plantar Fasciitis Feet are important. When you consider what your feet go through, taking 8,000 steps over the course of a day, according to the Illinois Podiatric Medical Association (IPMA), it’s easy to see how 75 percent of all Americans will have some type of foot pain at some point in their lives. Plantar fasciitis is a common and very painful foot condition that c…Read More