Seasonal Changes and the Benefits of Massage Therapy

As the seasons shift, so do our bodies and minds. Each season brings its own unique set of challenges and opportunities for our well-being. The transition can have a profound effect on our physical and mental health. Temperature variations, fluctuations in daylight, and shifts in weather patterns can all influence how we feel and function. … Read more

The Truth Behind New Year’s Resolutions!

Here we are, 118 days into the New Year. How are you doing so far with your resolutions? Do you bother even making New Year’s resolutions anymore? Resolutions by the Numbers The numbers are in, and they could look better. Approximately 38% of adults still make resolutions. The top three resolutions are health-related. 48% of … Read more

How to Choose the Right Shoe for Your Foot Arch

Your running shoes, walking shoes and/or trainers should protect your feet from stress while permitting you to achieve your maximum potential and enjoyment. Selecting the right shoe for your foot arch can be confusing without the proper knowledge. Low Foot Arch, Normal Foot Arch, or High Foot Arch? If you were to stand on a … Read more

Get In The Game Without The Pain!

Ah Summer… You’ve Finally Arrived. Now that the warmer days are here, more of us are heading out to the greens. One key to success on the golf course can’t be found at the pro shop. It’s the physical condition of the golfer. Pain shouldn’t be par for the course. Stay in the game by … Read more

Suffering From Neck Pain Or Whiplash?

We Are Here to Help Your Neck Pain and/or Whiplash Dr. Jim Corbett and Dr. Kathleen Nazar Corbett offer a variety of treatment options for whiplash and/or neck pain. They first carefully evaluate your condition and then – based on the latest research, your preferences, and their clinical expertise – work with you to establish … Read more

Sleep Shouldn’t Be A Pain In The Neck

Cute… but Correct for Sleep? We’ve all been there, someone has fallen asleep and although it looks awkward, we choose to let them be instead of shifting them into a more comfortable position. How Much Time Do We Spend Sleeping? We will spend about one third of our lives sleeping, so don’t you think its … Read more

Text Neck: How to Avoid Strains and Pains

Our modern digital age has brought many conveniences. We’re leaps and bounds ahead of where we were as a society 20 years ago – or even 5  years ago. Technology allows us to communicate, shop, and be entertained with the push of a button. It has improved our quality of  life, but it comes with … Read more

Neck Pain is a Common Problem

Neck pain is a common problem with many possible causes. Poor posture, hunching over a computer, arthritis, whiplash, and muscle strain from simple things like reading in bed or grinding your teeth can all trigger neck pain. In rare cases, neck pain can be a sign of something serious. Seek immediate attention if your neck … Read more

What Should I Do?

A common question in the office is, “I twisted my ankle and now it is swollen, should I use cold or heat?” The standard answer is cold for a new injury and heat for soreness that has been around for awhile. If you decide to go ahead with the cold, make sure you are getting … Read more

Day 7 – Something To Keep You Warm

A simple solution for muscle and joint soreness If you are looking for a comfortable way to ease muscle and joint soreness, moist heat is our suggestion.  Most often used for problems that have been around for awhile, heat can be very soothing. We generally recommend moist heat versus dry heat. Today’s winner will receive … Read more

Pain Changes Everything

Neck pain, back pain, shoulder pain, headaches. The majority of the people that walk through our clinic door are seeking help with their pain. Sometimes it is the pain itself that becomes overwhelming, but most of the time people are tired of the way that pain is interrupting their lives. Whether it is pain while … Read more

Low Back Pain and Cycling

A key factor in preventing low back pain is to keep active (regularly raise your heart rate through exercise) and to keep flexible.  Cycling is a great choice!  Follow these tips from your Chiropractor to protect your low back while you are on the move.

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