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Over-the-Counter Doesn't Mean Safe: NSAIDs Risk Heart Health

Over-the-Counter Doesn't Mean Safe: NSAIDs Risk Heart Health Pop open your medicine cabinet and count how many NSAIDs (aspirin, ibuprofen, naproxen sodium) you have on hand. (Common brands include Bayer, Excedrin, Advil, Motrin and Aleve.) Or walk down the pain reliever aisle at your local drug retail store and see hundreds lining the shelves. We're all pretty used to these seemingly benign over-the-counter products and many people use them quite liberally.  Read More

On 2/07/2019

How I Dropped My Blood Pressure More Than 20 Points

How I Dropped My Blood Pressure More Than 20 Points High blood pressure affects millions of Americans. Most people think medication is the only treatment option—and this often comes with a myriad of uncomfortable and downright scary side effects. Well, we have some great news! Chiropractic adjustments have been linked to decreased blood pressure and many of our doctors have seen this firsthand in their offices. Read one patient’s story of how chiropractic changed her life.  Read More

On 2/05/2019

Protect Your Back While Shoveling

Protect Your Back While Shoveling Some of us love it and some of us hate it—but snow is a part of many of our lives. In the United States alone, it’s estimated that back and shoulder injuries caused by shoveling are in the tens of thousands each year. Researchers at the Center for Injury Research and Policy at Nationwide Children’s Hospital mined through almost two decades worth of data and concluded that an average of 11,500 visits to the emergency room per year are snow-shoveling related. The vast majority of those injuries were low-back injuries; the most serious incidents were cardiac-related injuries, totaling 7 percent of the cases.  Read More

On 12/10/2018

You’re Using Your Cellphone All Wrong

You’re Using Your Cellphone All Wrong Face it; we’re on the phone or computer every day. Whether you’re uploading a picture to a social page, sending a text to a friend or typing away at a keyboard—you’re tapped into technology all the time. Prevent some long-term effects from these repetitive movements with our simple tips and tricks.  Read More

On 11/28/2018

Don't Call in Sick to Your Chiropractic Appointment!

Don't Call in Sick to Your Chiropractic Appointment! Just like you'd keep an appointment with your general practitioner when you're sick, you should keep your chiropractic appointment. You may be inclined to call and cancel, but it's far better that you come in to see the doctor and receive your adjustment.  Read More

On 11/06/2018

The History of Chiropractic

The History of Chiropractic On Sept. 18, 1895 the first chiropractic adjustment was given. That date marks the official founding of this important healthcare profession. Now, 124 years later, millions of Americans have seen a chiropractor and people across the globe continue to benefit from this powerful, preventative and drug-free approach to healthcare.  Read More

On 10/02/2018

Finding a Balance: Move Your Body to Wellness

Finding a Balance: Move Your Body to Wellness There’s a reason people working desk jobs experience neck pain and those in physical labor jobs may suffer from low-back problems. In many cases, the habits we keep throughout the day can have lasting effects on the rest of our body—especially if unmanaged! We sat down with Dr. Tyler Zoesch D.C., chiropractic director at Chiro One Libertyville, to talk about the different ways we can identify and balance out daily aches and pains.  Read More

On 10/01/2018

Seeking Options with ADHD

Seeking Options with ADHD ADHD is a condition that can affect children and adults alike—and many who are diagnosed truly need treatment or relief from the symptoms. But in recent years, there has been a huge surge in the amount of ADHD diagnoses, and this has people questioning if the ability to test for this particular health issue has improved or if people are being over diagnosed.  Read More

On 8/15/2018