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.
Almost every professional sports team in America has chiropractors as part of their health care team to assist in keeping athletes healthy. Professionals need chiropractic care but so does every other person on planet earth. Exercise is crucial for a human to be healthy and chiropractic care is 100% needed to keep an athlete moving consistently. We hope you enjoy the information of chiropractic care and athletes. Thank You for reading.
Happiness is a state of mind. We can find happiness in all areas of life, from the mundane to extraordinary - if we look around and see what's good with our lives. One way I try to stay happy despite our external environment is by practicing gratitude every day for the little things that matter: my family, friends, home or favorite food no matter how small they may be at times when it seems like everything else goes wrong. Research has shown that expressing gratitude increases serotonin production and this hormone will make us feel really great! It also protects against heart disease thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties; boosts immunity because it helps fight off viruses more effectively than any other type of immune cells; improves sleep quality as well as mood regulation
All patients will be scheduled at least 10 minutes apart. The tables are cleaned between every patient and have been spaced out to maintain social distancing. If more than one doctor is treating patients then patients will be treated in separate rooms. Masks will be worn with all face-to-face interactions. Any staff member coming into direct contact with patients will sanitize their hands between each patient. If the doctor is going to make contact with the patient, they will first put a towel or blanket down as a barrier.
Many of you as patients have been admonished by your chiropractor and/or chiro-wise friends for self-adjusting (ie “popping your own back”). While there is no denying that doing so can provide short-term relief, it’s not a wise long-term solution. Here’s why.
The rotator cuff consists of four different muscles that stabilize the shoulder. These muscles are the supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis. Most people only do exercises for these muscles after they have injured them and the exercises are a part of their rehabilitation. People should be doing these exercises to prevent injuries. Doing them as part of your warm-up is a good idea. The exercises can be done with TheraBands or dumbbells. The movements these muscles perform are internal rotation, external rotation, and abduction of the shoulder.