Your Chiropractor May Use These Approaches To Complement Spine Adjustments

Posted on: 20 April 2017

While chiropractors are often synonymous with adjusting your spine, you shouldn't expect that a typical appointment will simply consist of an adjustment. While an adjustment will certainly be a key element of your visit to the chiropractic clinic, many practitioners also rely on other approaches to treat their patients. When you first visit a chiropractor to seek relief for your back pain, it's useful to ask what types of therapy he or she plans to use to address the problem. [Read More]

Is A Mini Or Full Tummy Tuck Right For You?

Posted on: 6 April 2017

Following pregnancy and excessive weight loss, you could experience sagging skin and loose muscles in the abdomen. Unfortunately, exercise and a healthy diet cannot help resolve the problem. However, a tummy tuck can. There are two types of tummy tuck. Both procedures have their benefits and disadvantages. If you are considering a tummy tuck, here is what you need to know about a mini and full tummy tuck.  Is a Mini Tummy Tuck Right for You? [Read More]

Are You At Risk For Postmenopausal Osteoporosis? What Can You Do To Protect Yourself?

Posted on: 6 April 2017

One misconception about osteoporosis is that your risk of developing it decreases after menopause. In reality, you are at a higher risk of developing the condition due to the increase in bone loss that results from decreased estrogen levels. If you are postmenopausal, here is what you need to know about osteoporosis and your potential of developing it.   What Are the Risk Factors? Although any postmenopausal woman can develop osteoporosis, there are some risk factors that could increase your risk of developing it. [Read More]

3 Tips That Can Help You Prevent An Osteoporosis Bone Fracture

Posted on: 6 April 2017

Osteoporosis can often be a very difficult condition for many people to deal with, mostly because it greatly increases the chances that you can become severely injured whenever you trip, fall, or even bump into a piece of furniture due to the fact that osteoporosis causes your bones to be much more fragile and brittle. Listed below are three tips that can help you prevent an osteoporosis bone fracture. Rearrange Your Home [Read More]