The holidays are fast approaching. Don’t let back pain slow you down!

At one point or another we have all suffered from some sort of back pain, but what may be surprising is that 80% of Americans suffer from low back pain at one point in their life. It is so prevalent that

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Power in the Powder

Tanned, oily hunks with bulging six packs. When you think of protein, the first thing you may think of is scantily clad men and women posing under the gleaming stage lights contorting themselves into any

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Runners…..Do you want to get to the finish line?

As we all know, exercise is essential to our overall health and well being, but be aware that there are certain precautions that we need to take to prevent injury.  In any sport or activity, being pain

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Is Skipping Breakfast Putting Your Heart At Risk?

Many people have gotten into the habit of routinely foregoing “the most important meal of the day”. Whether it’s due to running out of time or because they just don’t feel hungry (or the thought

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Want An Easy Way To Decrease Cancer Risk? Stop Being A Couch Potato!

Sedentary lifestyles are a bane to a long, healthy life. Nothing good will usually come from sitting on your behind for extended periods of time. Yes, we do need “down time” to relax a little and take

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Go Green To Fight Reflux!

If you’re dealing with reflux and don’t like the idea of having to take medications to deal with the symptoms, you may want to look instead at modifying your diet as a whole versus just eliminating

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Your Simple Plan To Get Rid Of Diabetes (Effort Required)

One of the most common issues that patients present with at our office (and honestly, one of the easiest to correct) is Type 2 Diabetes. More than 29 million people are estimated to have it in our country,

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Struggling with a Calf Injury?

Calf anatomy includes several muscles and tendons that overlap and calf injuries not related to the Achilles tendon occur in both competitive and recreational athletes as well as people who engage in hard

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Could A Vegetable Knock Out Type 2 Diabetes?

Some dietary recommendations have always remained constant. “Eat more fruits and vegetables” is probably the first one that comes to mind. And if you aren’t doing it already, it may be time to start

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Increased Blood Clot Risk From Commonly Eaten Foods?

We try to eat healthy foods as a way to minimize various health issues. Some foods that we like, however, may not be so good for us, especially if we have signs pointing towards a predisposition to a certain

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