Addressing Key Women’s Health Issues With Chiropractic Care
Health care is at its best when it involves the unique and individual needs of the patient. That is especially true in women’s health issues, which is why responsible chiropractors make it a priority to address them in personalized and holistic ways.
Chiropractic Care and the Military
Our dedicated U.S. troops endure tremendous physical and mental strain throughout their military careers, which is why chiropractors across the country answer the call to ensure active-duty military and veterans receive much-needed chiropractic care. The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) details this important connection between…
No Bones About It- Keeping an Eye on Healthy Bones
Weakening bone structure can become a mounting concern going into later years, amidst natural chemistry changes. Most people have a friend or loved one who might not be the same after a bad fall or broken hip. A fragile bone can be the cause of…
Chiropractic Marketing Basics for Your Future Practice
Many of our Life University (Life U) D.C. graduates decide to open their own chiropractic offices at some point in their careers. An entrepreneurial spirit is wonderful and encouraged, but opening a new office means a chiropractor must employ effective chiropractic marketing strategies to attract patients.
Best Sleep Positioning for a Better Night’s Sleep
Ever go to bed and wake up feeling just as tired as when you first hit the pillow? Bad sleep posture could be the culprit. In the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress (F4CP) brochure titled “Optimizing Your Sleep Posture For A Better Night’s Rest,” it outlines…
Don’t Set Yourself up for a Fall- Fall Prevention Exercises
Did you know that every 15 seconds, an older adult is recorded for emergency room treatment due to an accidental fall? The Foundation for Chiropractic Progress outlined five fall prevention exercise categories in their article “Exercises to Prevent Falls.”