Cracking your neck can feel great. But what does it feel good and should you do it? Chiropractic care offers a safer and healthier way to get the same satisfaction and keep your joints healthy.
Many people experience neck pain. Chiropractic treatment can help, treating the causes of neck pain using manual adjustments, and more. Vida Integrated Health can help with your neck pain complaints.
Can chiropractic treatment help with scoliosis? Vida Integrated Health explains how a chiropractor can provide treatment. Get in touch today to find out more about how we can help.
Chiropractic adjustments can treat pain and keep your body aligned. But how often should you get a chiropractic adjustment? The answer depends on several different factors.
Stress and anxiety are common problems, experienced by many Americans. Regular chiropractic adjustments could provide multiple benefits to people who experience these issues.
Can Chiropractic treatment help to treat the symptoms of vertigo? If you are experiencing vertigo, Vida can help you with chiropractic care to reduce your symptoms and speed your recovery.
While there are many risk factors to chronic disease, metabolic health and insulin sensitivity are increasingly recognized as predictors of chronic disease risk.
Gentle chiropractic techniques offer an alternative to traditional chiropractic techniques for neck pain. Ask Vida Integrated Health about how these techniques could help you to deal with neck pain.
If you have experienced a concussion, know that it takes time to return to your normal activities. Some people may feel symptom-free in about 3 days, but the brain continues to show nerve signal changes for up to 30 days.
I am coming at you with a squat case study, hopefully it will give insight into the physical therapy evaluation and treatment process!
Myofascial Decompression (or Cupping) is a therapy which helps with musculoskeletal disorders and injuries. Watch how myofascial cupping works and the benefits it can provide for many conditions.
BPPV causes the inner ear sends false signals to the brain of head movement and you feel dizzy, typically for about 30 seconds or so when you change positions.
Recently, cupping captured the attention of the American media and public. The mechanism of how it works is very simple, yet its effectiveness for musculoskeletal pain and tension can be quite profound. Myofascial...
The shoulder is perhaps the most used and abused joint in our body. It’s hard to imagine going through a day without using our shoulders…. a lot. Unfortunately, whether we’re a desk jockey, weekend warrior, professional tennis player or anything in between, having...
You might have felt it reaching for that last backhand shot. Or while trying to put some extra mustard on that serve for match point. And most likely when you woke up the next morning and picked up your toothbrush. Lateral Epicondylitis, or “Tennis Elbow”, is a...
Wall Exercise- Upper Back and Chest Problem Prevention: Upper Back and Chest If you are constantly using a computer or smartphone, commuting daily for work, or sitting for long periods of time, chances are that you...
Desk Exercise for Wrist & Forearm Stretch We take for granted how much we use our hands on a daily basis. Of all the common injuries that keep us from using our hands, one of the most annoying is damage to the...
The most common cause of visits to the doctor each year is back pain. It affects as many as 60% of us here in the U.S. and costs over $80 billion in annual healthcare costs. It can range from mildly irritating to downright crippling, and can affect nearly every...
The most brilliant minds in the world at one point thought the Earth was the center of the universe, only to realize that they were wrong (it’s the sun by the way). So, to say that anyone is a master of the human...
Squatting is a key developmental movement that we do in order to stand up and walk as little ones. The thing we often ignore in our squat training is that we learn to squat from the ground up. This is a fundamental...
As many as 35% of adults aged 40 and older in the United States have experienced some form of vestibular dysfunction. Eighty percent of persons over the age of 65 have experienced dizziness. Overall, vertigo from a vestibular problem account for one-third of dizziness...
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