Get Out of Bed Easily and Safely

Dr. Roach demonstrates the dos and don’ts of sitting up and getting out of bed.

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There Could Be More To Your Balance Problem

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Firstly, as we age, many things change. Grey hair, spider veins, and wrinkles being more visible than the loss of hearing and eyesight, or impaired balance. A sporadic dizzy spell or misstep (as long as it doesn’t result in a fall) is probably not worth a second thought. If dizziness is present more often than…

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The Twists and Turns of Whiplash

If you’ve ever been in a car accident, chances are you’ve experienced whiplash. What happens to the neck when you get whiplash? What Is Whiplash? Whiplash is basically a neck strain–an injury to the muscles and ligaments in the neck and upper back. Typically it’s caused by being rear-ended in a car. The head moves…

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High Intensity, Low Impact Activities for Everyone

In the fitness world, high-intensity interval training (HIIT) is all the thing. The internet is packed with YouTube videos of this trainer or that exercise guru promoting his or her “5-minute workout” as the solution for all the busy, stressed and overweight people out there. The acronym alone can scare many off. High intensity or…

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Top Chiropractic Myths Addressed

Chiropractors crack your bones, once you go to the chiropractor you’ll always have to go, chiropractors are not real doctors… The list goes on and Dr. Roach will tackle these common misconceptions and where some of them come from.

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Viral or Bacterial? What Illness Do You Have?

There are two different types of illness and it is important to treat them both correctly. Dr. Roach explains the difference and what treatments are appropriate for each one. And of course, the importance of preventative health care.

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The 3 Killers of Men’s Health

Dr. Clayton Roach will tell you what makes men susceptible to health problems and early death. What men should be aware of and how to prolong their quality of life.

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When to Supplement Your Nutrition

A previous blog post discussed vitamin and mineral supplements–what purpose they can serve, and the importance of quality. But when should you consider a supplement? Let’s use vitamin D and calcium to answer that question. In order for the body to absorb vitamin D from the sun, the UV index needs to be above 3 (on…

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Emotional Health: It’s Who You Hang With

Dr. Roach explains the importance of the type of people you surround yourself with and the effect they have on your emotional health. There are different ways for you to be healthy and emotional health is one of them!

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Stretching: Benefits Beyond the Workout

Most of us think of stretching if we’re going for a run or pursuing an especially vigorous activity. And, unless you regularly engage in yoga or barre exercises, flexibility probably isn’t a priority. It may be time to rethink that idea, however, because regular stretching has benefits beyond the workout. Consider this: If you get…

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