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.
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
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.
Find out why dry needling is an important therapy for chiropractic patients and athletes. The full list of benefits can be found below!
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.
In this blog post by Dr. Belinda Palmer we discuss the Signs of the Symmetrical Tonic Neck Reflex (STNR): Poor eye-hand coordination. Abnormal or skipped crawling. Difficulty tracking or catching a ball. Messy eater. Difficulty adjusting binocular vision from distance to near. Poor learning abilities. Anchors feet behind chair legs while sitting “W” position when sitting on the floor. Reading and writing are easily lying on the floor with the legs extended. Difficulty aligning numbers for math calculations.
Everyone hates exercising at first. You have to start and find something you love more than hate. That usually is an exploration process of what you want in your life. You have to write it out. Then you will have a plan to navigate the unknown. When you have a plan it will still be difficult but your written plan will help you succeed and eventually get what you want in your life. Thank You for reading :)
At Archetype foundations two and four talk about your brain-body connection and movement with their importance in our day to day lives. Core stabilization as well as pelvic floor activation cover both topics. In this blog post we touch base on the importance of pelvic neutral, core strength, and what pelvic floor engagement means and how it has become a core staple around the office when communicating to our patients.