Postural habits can cause you to hold yourself in positions and shapes of continuous strain. About your posture, know this, long standing postural changes cause stress-related pressure to build up in your body. More often than not, ongoing stress leads to physical symptoms such as headaches, upset stomach, elevated blood pressure, chest pain, and problems … Read more Posture!
Would you like to know some of the advantages that a healthy spine has to offer? People often say, “Well, I thought your spine and getting adjusted had to do with your back and neck pain!” Well, yes, people often feel very different when they are looking after themselves. What’s important to note is that … Read more Your Healthy Spine
A defining feature of the Healthpraxis is that we considered your nerve system: brain, spinal cord, and nerves, is the master coordinator of your body’s function. The nerve system coordinates all information of organ and bodily functions. We see time after time that interference within this system eventually produces bodywide adaptations. Nowadays, the average person … Read more Nerve System
Often, I ask my patients what do you think is the cause of joint arthritis? Let’s examine this a little further. In NetworkSpinal, there is a relevant term that we use called “Vertebral Subluxation”. Without getting into the nitty-gritty details, the Vertebral Subluxation in part represents changes in the way a joint/s of the spine … Read more Joint Arthritis
Phase I Arthritis. Typically there is no pain or discomfort. If this goes undetected and untreated, it eventually begins to create rubbing and wearing down of the joints. It’s Just a Little Arthritis … Right? – Take a look through these neck x-rays. A healthy neck, we should see a gentle smooth forward curve, called … Read more It’s Just a Little Arthritis… Right?
We all know how essential it is to take care of our spine and our nervous system. How does it all link in with your heart health? Heart Health Several studies have shown that people with heart disease have a decrease of up to one-third of their parasympathetic nerve activity! Heart and health problems affect … Read more Your Heart & Your Nerve System
Inflammation presents in many ways all unique to the person involved, even if the diagnosis is similar: asthma, high blood pressure, high blood sugar, cancer, obesity, pain disorders, depression, and arthritis, to name a few. And, hear this: these symptoms are effects, not the cause, of the issues in the tissues! It’s often vital to … Read more Inflammation & your lifestyle. Part 2
Our concern for health typically arises with inflammation, damage, and/or disorder. Would you like to create your anti-inflammatory life before it’s to late? Can you see and feel inflammation in yourself? Perhaps you have family member or friend that is affected in this way. Under normal circumstances, our bodies, tissues and cells adapt, correcting insult, … Read more Create your anti-Inflammatory life – Part 1
Mars? A test tube? Human life comes from two places: one cell from Mama and one cell from Papa. Think about that for a second. When those two tiny cells first get together, the result is something so small that you can’t even see it with the naked eye. Yet what happens nine months later? … Read more Life. Where do we come from?
Health care as we know it in this country is focused on stomping out symptoms and conditions and turning down the volume on an uncomfortable feeling. We’ve been taught that since our earliest memories if something is hurting, mum kisses it to make it better. If it’s more significant, we get medication, and pills to … Read more FEELING BETTER? OR BETTER FEELING?