What I Wish People Knew About Headaches

Do you suffer from headaches and yearn for a headache-free day? Dr. Roach explains the what, where, why, and how of headaches.

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Does the Spine Decay Like Teeth?

Dr. Roach of Roach Chiropractic in Bedford Nova Scotia explains how the spine ages and how to avoid osteoarthritis. In conclusion, treatment helps maximize spine health.

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Should I Adjust My Neck?

You wake up with a stiff neck or feel tension after working on the computer for a few hours. You stretch this way and that; maybe wrap your hand over your head and pull. Pop! You feel relief instantly and continue with your day. Sound familiar? Do You Crack Your Neck? If you constantly “crack”…

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The Answer to Your Foot Pain

Dr. Roach discusses foot pain, the cause, and how you can get relief!

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How To Measure Your Own Spinal Curves

Curious if your curves are normal? Want to know how to measure your own forward head posture.

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Are You Peeing Out Your Supplements?

There is much conflicting information about vitamin and mineral supplements these days–what to take, how much, and if they’re even needed. On one hand, we’re told we don’t need them if we eat a balanced diet. Who eats a 100% balanced diet, ALL of the time? Somewhere in there is a happy medium where our…

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Top 3 Things About Neck Pain

For many of us, poor posture is making our necks hurt, not whiplash or trauma. Poor Posture Poor posture starts with the head not being in the proper position. Unfortunately, the lifestyles we lead mean our heads are often NOT in the best spots. If your head is tilted forward for long periods of time,…

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What I Wish You Knew About Acetaminophen

Watch Dr. Roach throw his phone over Tylenol and the latest Health Canada information he wants you to know!

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NEW Concussion Treatment

Concussions. We seem to hear more about them related to contact sports like rugby, soccer, American football, and hockey. It’s a condition making headlines whether it’s a child knocked unconscious in a local soccer match or a professional hockey player, such as Sidney Crosby, sidelined for months. Statistics state that there are at least 300,000…

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Neck and Shoulder Tension: Heavy Head?

Sitting At A Computer In today’s world, the majority of us have jobs that require hours of working at a computer, sitting at a desk, or attending meetings (more sitting!). Most workstations and conference tables are not ergonomically correct which means leaning, hunching, looking down or up–basically, poor posture. The results of this are a…

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