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I recently came across this very interesting research. We usually think of chiropractic care as helping to relieve aches and pains. Can chiropractic care also improve your mood? Well, pain can and does affect your mood. So, it stands to reason that if pain is reduced, then one’s mood can be lifted. The research that […]
September has been designated as National Drug-Free Pain Management Awareness Month. The purpose is to raise awareness of the dangers of over-the-counter and prescription pain medication. Chiropractic Medicine is a conservative approach to pain relief, but has proven to be highly effective in reducing pain and improving function. The following article reveals some shocking facts […]
When you hurt your back, neck, or knee, do you go looking for your bottle of Advil or Tylenol? Or maybe you call you Primary Care doc for something stronger? Your first thought should be to call your chiropractic office for an appointment. Research continues to show that Chiropractic adjustments are safe and effective at […]
Are processed meats such as ham, bacon, and sausages just as bad for you as cigarettes? We are one of the top meat eating countries, and we also have high rates of cancer. The following article explains why the World Health Organization has placed cured and processed meats in the same category as asbestos, alcohol, arsenic […]
Time really does matter when it comes to treating the effects of any motor vehicle accident. The sooner you seek treatment, the better. This article discusses some of the things you should consider if you have been in an accident. http://f4cp.social5.net/post/the-dreaded-crash/?utm_source=s5_facebook_post&utm_medium=facebook&utm_campaign=s5_85907
“ChiroMend Natural Health Center, in Glenview, is a comprehensive health clinic that helps people recover from a wide range of health conditions and injuries. They focus on identifying and treating the root cause of a problem instead of focusing on only the symptoms. Clinical Director Dr. Justin Gruby advocates strongly for preventive medicine and integrative […]
A recent study finds that pediatric patients who use antidepressants may have an elevated risk for type 2 diabetes. For more information and details of the finding, read the article below: https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/887197?nlid=118579_4503&src=wnl_dne_171018_mscpedit&uac=116369MK&impID=1459307&faf=1