Always Feeling Tired? Your Chiropractor Can Help

Do you often feel drained and exhausted? While it's wise to see your doctor to rule out cancer and other serious maladies, you should not simply stop trying to address the problem when you find out nothing serious is wrong. Ongoing tiredness can get in the way of your enjoyment of life. Attack this problem head on by seeing your chiropractor, who can help with your ongoing fatigue in a number of ways. Read More 

Pros And Cons Of The Fat Transfer Procedure

If you are looking to get injections in certain parts of your body or face, you might want to think about a fat transfer procedure instead of a dermal filler. This procedure takes excess fat from one part of your body and injects it in another part of your body. There are many benefits to the procedure, but also some drawbacks you should be aware of. Before you have the procedure done, consider these pros and cons. Read More 

Why Regular Screenings Are Still Your Best Chance For Beating Colon Cancer

Once you turn 50, doctors recommend that you begin having regular colon cancer screenings. This allows them to detect the early signs of cancer and prevent it from becoming a serious health issue. Without the screenings, you could find yourself with an advanced stage of colon cancer, which requires aggressive treatment with many side effects. Here is why colon cancer becomes such a serious problem and how the screenings help to prevent that. Read More 

4 Tips For Preventing Office-Related Back Pain

Sitting at a desk for 40 hours a week can really take a toll on your back, eventually leading to chronic back pain. Luckily, there are specific things you can do to prevent back pain when you work in an office. Try these four tips to prevent and minimize office-related back pain: Stretch Often One of the main reasons office workers experience frequent back pain is that working at a desk involves staying in one position for many hours a day, which easily leads to tense muscles. Read More 

Non-Medication Alternatives For Treating Your Back Pain

If you have chronic lower back pain, you may find that you need increasing amounts of medication to be comfortable. With this comes an increased risk of side effects from the medication. Another approach is to add one or more alternatives to medication to your back pain management. Talk with your doctor about adopting the following techniques as part of your overall back pain treatment plan. Acupuncture This is an ancient Chinese medicine technique that many western doctors have ben trained to use. Read More