A Reminder on the Importance of Ergonomics

by The Atlas Of Life on January 8, 2012

Here is a really good video on how to properly position yourself when working on a laptop. It’s no secret that for many people, posture and pain are two things that usually accompany computer work. This is a good reminder we can all follow, myself included. Enjoy!

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The Truth of Chiropractic

Another video to blow you away. Dr. Ian Bulow nails down what Chiropractic is all about in the following video. Enjoy!

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Balancing the Spine Through Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care

I found this video of Dr. Noah Kaplan discussing Upper Cervical Chiropractic care and found it extremely well done! Take a look for yourself, and see if it doesn’t also give you a better understanding of what Chiropractic is all about.

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How to Get More Energy for Healing, Digestion, and Thinking

“Better than 90% of the brain’s output is directed towards maintaining your body in its gravitational field.  Therefore, the less energy one spends on one’s posture, the more energy is available for healing, digestion and thinking.”  -Roger Sperry, 1981 Nobel Prize winner for brain research The first cervical vertebra, Atlas or C1, is the most [...]

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Kennedy Ng’ang’a is a Kenyan Quadriplegic Who Needs Your Help ASAP!

For the past year or so, I have been friends on Facebook with an individual by the name of Kennedy Ng’ang’a, who currently lives in Mombasa, Kenya. Kennedy used to be an avid swimmer until a diving accident in 1992 left him a quadriplegic. Kennedy was told by doctors that he would never do anything [...]

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Putting Bricks in Your Purse and Wearing it on Your Shoulder = BAD

This post is primarily for the female readers of this blog, though if you are a man and wear one of those “man-bags” or “murses,” I suppose this is for you, too. If you are anything like my wife January, and you put bricks in your purse to make it as heavy as you can [...]

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Great Upper Cervical Safety Study by Eriksen et al.

Last week a new safety and efficacy study in regards to Upper Cervical Chiropractic was published. This study was conducted by Dr. Kirk Eriksen, with help from Dr. Bo Rochester and Dr. Eric Hurwitz to conduct the statistical analysis. Overall, 83 Upper Cervical Chiropractors submitted information on 1,090 patients, which totaled 4,920 office visits (4.5 [...]

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6 Blog Posts to Help You Remember Chiropractic’s 116th Birthday

116 years ago today, on September 18th, 1895, Harvey Lillard told such a funny joke that D.D. Palmer playfully slapped him in the back with a heavy book and it miraculously restored his hearing. Just kidding. No one really believes that, do they? I didn’t think so… well, maybe they do at National University of [...]

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30 Links to Celebrate Dr. B.J. Palmer’s Birthday

On this day, September 10th, in 1882, Bartlett Joshua (B.J.) Palmer entered the world. At that time, the discovery of Chiropractic by Daniel David (D.D.) Palmer was still 13 years away. Little did anyone suspect that a great profession would soon be founded by the father, nor did anyone suspect that the son would champion [...]

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How Many Drug Ads are in Your Magazines?

(Editor’s note: This was originally written by Dr. Adam Tanase for his Check the Neck blog.) I picked up an issue of Woman’s Day magazine this afternoon. This is one of the many freebie magazines that get sent to my chiropractic practice. Their slogan is “Live Well Every Day,” so they must think I’m going [...]

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