Information and inspiration to help guide your holistic wellbeing.
Where do you go for your information? In today's society it is just as easy to find misinformation as it is to find reliable information. Here at Archetype, we are dedicated to providing you with the correct information to help you become the best and healthiest version of yourself.
Toxins are all around us. It’s important that each day we try and eliminate our exposure as much as possible. Our bodies are extremely resilient in fighting off and filtering what we are exposed to daily. There are several things that we can do each day to help our bodies stay as healthy and strong. Let’s look at eliminating toxins and what things we can do to help limit our exposure
Part of our five foundations at Archetype we try to educate our patients on elimination of toxins, and although we can’t limit all toxins, we can educate ourselves to have a healthier, cleaner lifestyle. Let’s look at a chemical that in the past has been used by many companies to transport food as well as serve food in and see how we can eliminate this chemical from our everyday life. This chemical is known as polystyrene or by its trade marked name Styrofoam.
At Archetype Health we reinforce the saying movement is life, this blog post is about why movement is critical to your health.
Altitude training has been used by professionals in all sports for at least 100 years, this is the exact reason why athletes will travel to Denver to train. Its been proven to increase adaptability and performance. I hope you enjoy this post. Dr John Palmer
This post is about why health needs to be understood from a inside out perspective. Its vital to your health to understand this concept but also to know when to use the emergency health care system we have available in America. I hope you enjoy this post Dr J
At Archetype Health our goal is to get you to move and adapt to your environment. Your quality of health is directly dependent on you adapting to thrive in your life. We teach you how to do this well. Archetype Altitude Sessions are how we accomplish this adaptation.
Are you interested in trail or road running? We have a simple plan that will get you started. All you have to do is start reading :) Enjoy!
Find out why it's important to get your ribs adjusted in order for your brain to work at its optimum.
Natalies story of how she was terrified to visit a chiropractor, until she realized the benefits and relief it provided for her chronic back pain.
Find out why dry needling is an important therapy for chiropractic patients and athletes. The full list of benefits can be found below!
At Archetype we teach all of our team members, patients, athletes, and anyone else wanting to learn how to live a life through a natural living ethos. We call this natural ethos the Archetype 5 foundations of health. This post is specifically about third foundation of health.
This is the most common response I hear any time I ask to see a patient’s blood work. They have been told that everything is normal, yet they still feel awful. How could this be the case? This post is specifically about why medical and functional blood analysis is different and absolutely needs to be understood. Medicine evaluates "normal"/non-pathological blood values. Archetype uses "optimal" blood values which are smaller in a acceptable range but are compared other lab values to determine the cause of your issue..
Plantar Fasciitis is an inflammatory condition of the plantar fascia, the connective tissue located within the soles of the feet. Typically, the cause of this painful response is due to a prior injury to the foot, ankle or lower leg, or due to immobility in this region. In this post we go over corrections of this problem.
Vitamin D deficiency is a serious problem that adversely affects health and the quality of your life. Vitamin D is needed for life to exist in your body. In this article we discuss accurate recommendations and why vitamin d is critical to take to have a happy healthy functioning brain and body.
Signs of a retained plantar or Babinski reflex are: Toe walking, Issues with proprioceptive and vestibular systems, Muscles in the back of the legs are affected, altering gait, Trouble with balance, Gravitational insecurity, Trouble with vestibular, visual, and sensory systems.