A new year brings resolutions, often involving more exercise. That’s admirable, but if you haven’t worked out in a while or you’re fairly new, you’ll be dealing with soreness and stiffness.
Many of us have pledged exercise as a New Year’s resolution. If you’re not a gym member or don’t have a sweet set-up at home, you’re hitting the outdoors in January.
Holiday stress is real.
The holiday season often means travel for many of us, but it doesn’t have to wreck your health.
Treating pain isn’t always about what’s in your medicine cabinet. Sometimes, the solution is in your refrigerator.
Your shoulder is one of your most intricate joints and the most mobile.
Our organization recently broke ground on an 11,000-square-foot facility that will house Keith Clinic Estramonte Chiropractic, StarMed Healthcare, and The Blessing Foundation.
It’s easy to see why walking is the most popular physical activity among adults.
As we age, a bit of spinal deterioration is going to happen naturally. But diminished flexibility and excessive back pain aren’t necessarily a given.
While the human body is designed to experience and react to stress, that reaction can quickly cause physical and emotional ailments.