MONTHLY UPDATE - January 2021!
Our December stickers are here for a limited time only! Ask for one at your next
appointment, and end this crazy year off right With an alignment anda bit of humor! We will have a new sticker the first week of every month, so stay tuned for more!
Latest Chiropractic Research
A new study shows that spinal manipulation alters brain activity in patients with chronic low back pain!
Chiropractic is well known for helping patients with chronic low back pain, neck pain, and headaches. A research group wanted to find out if there is a relationship between pain reduction and changes to the brain's default mode network (a recent concept of interacting brain regions that is active when a person is not focused on the outside world. ie… when you’re at rest).
So not only are Chiropractors restoring proper function and mobility, but they are also altering brain activity after spinal manipulation. Although the idea of the brain's default mode network is still being studied and not fully understood, being able to impact this with the use of spinal manipulation could explain patients improved cognitive function post adjustment. We are very excited to see where the research takes us with this one!
Research can be found here:
Things to come...
Want to make your New Years Resolutions stick this year?! One of the best ways to stay strong with your resolutions is to have someone keeping you accountable. So, starting in January, we will be starting a Facebook group to help you stick to your goals, socialize, trade recipes and workouts, and make sure 2021 is the much-needed springboard we need after the craziness that was 2020. If this is something you would be interested in, please reach out and we will add you to the group! It's completely free and you do not need to be a current patient to participate. There will also be a friendly competition to kick it all off, so be sure to join as soon as possible to get in on the fun!
We will be closed on the following dates in January:
Monday, January 18th in observation of Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Stay safe, stay warm, stay healthy, and stay learn't!