4 Things To Know About The Webster Technique Before Visiting A Chiropractor

Posted on: 26 May 2015

Whether you have recently become pregnant or are well into your third trimester, there may come a time when you will debate whether a visit to a chiropractor will be beneficial to your pregnancy. Since only you and your doctor can decide a chiropractor will help ease pregnancy pains and get you and your baby ready for birth, you should educate yourself about the common pregnancy manipulations that a chiropractor may perform on you.
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Does Your Child Need Family Counseling? Signs Of Trouble Coping With Change

Posted on: 30 April 2015

Any time your family is facing some significant changes, from divorce to a major move, kids may have a hard time adjusting. Often, balanced support from the family unit is sufficient to help your child get through this process, but sometimes you need more professional intervention. As a parent, it can be hard to tell where that line is. Here are some warning signs to watch for that may indicate that you need the help of a family counselor.
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5 Reasons Sports Players Should Choose Spinal Surgery Over Non-Surgical Treatment

Posted on: 21 April 2015

When an athlete is injured on the spine, the most common solution is to try and heal as quick as possible to get back into the game. Whether you play sports for fun or on a professional team, your body's health should be the number one priority. Choosing spinal surgery may keep you out of the sport for longer, but there are multiple benefits to choosing surgery over other treatment options.
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3 Skin Cancer Treatments That Minimize Scarring

Posted on: 25 March 2015

If you've been diagnosed with skin cancer, you should know that there's good news – skin cancer is one of the most treatable kinds of cancer out there. In fact, with early detection, most skin cancers are close to 100% treatable. The bad news is that most of the common treatments for skin cancer involve surgery, and that means that many patients are left with visible scars. While a scar is certainly not the worst possible outcome for a cancer diagnosis, most patients aren't exactly thrilled to have them, either.
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