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Fit vs. Fantasy: Facts, Fallacies and Fun

By Sara Butler Many people might be reluctant to use the word “fun” in the same sentence as “fitness,” but I think they’re missing out. For example, I often enjoy using fun ...

Chiropractic: Making the Most of Health and Friends

By The Joint Chiropractic Friends. We’re lucky to have them in our lives. Have you ever stopped to think about how wonderful friends really are? True friends support us, love us and stand by us ...

Chiropractic as a Treatment for Osteoporosis

By Dr. Molly Casey There are 206 bones in the adult human skeleton. Bones are living tissue, which sounds funny doesn’t it? We often think of tissue being soft, and bones being hard, but it’s ...

Go Forth and Learn: Chiropractic’s Back to School Tips

By Sara Butler There are some parents out there who are sad when their children return to school, but I am not one of them. My tears firmly fall into the Tears of Joy category! I love my kids, but by ...

Chiropractic: Prep Football’s Line of Defense

By Sara Butler It’s back to school time! For many people, this also marks the kickoff of high school football season. From Maine to California, you can find a game on any given Friday night. In large ...

Using Chiropractic to Stop the Terror of Vertigo

By Dr. Molly Casey Have you ever felt like the world is spinning around you? And I don’t mean from an overcommitted schedule or heavy duty family and life situations, which all of us have experienced ...

Geocaching Your Way to Good Health

By Sara Butler Before the Pokémon Go craze swept across America, if people wanted to scramble across the countryside to hunt down hidden objects, they did it the old-fashioned way through something ...

A Road Map to Better Health

By Dr. Molly Casey Optimal health is an individual journey. If you were a fly on the wall where I practice at The Joint Chiropractic in Glendale, Calif., you’d hear many patients complain of the same ...

Chiropractic: Turning A Time Card Into Time Well Spent

By The Joint Corp. There’s a group of people we interact closely with as much, or more, than our families. Statistically, we spend more time with our work family than we do with our loved ones. Supervisors, ...

Chiropractic Gets the Gold Medal for Athlete Recovery

By Sara Butler I don’t know about you, but the most memorable moment of the Rio Olympics for me has to be when the French gymnast broke his leg attempting a vault. That doesn’t really seem like the ...