Why You Need to See a Chiropractor for Sleep Apnea

Why You Need to See a Chiropractor for Sleep Apnea

Today we would like to address another frequently asked question that many of our patients have sought chiropractic help with. Sleep apnea. Well before we get started on whether chiropractic can help with sleep apnea, let's go over the two...Read More
What Causes Nerve Stress?

What Causes Nerve Stress?

When it comes to nerve stress and the benefits chiropractic care can have, we get questions regarding what actually causes nerve stress.   One big cause of nerve stress is physical trauma. Physical trauma could be from the birthing process, sports,...Read More

Back to School and Backs

The smell of a new box of crayons.  Sharp pencils.  Fresh erasers. A new locker combination.  A new dorm room. It's back-to-school time, and that means trips to school, scraped knees, books, back packs, and school sports. The activity can...Read More

Preventing Alzheimer’s with Lifestyle Changes

[caption id="attachment_1178" align="alignleft" width="300"] Image credited to Max Pixel [/caption] It is safe to say that Alzheimer’s disease research is in a state of crisis. For the past two decades, over 73,000 research articles have been published, averaging 100 papers per...Read More
4 Reasons To Visit A Chiropractor-Even if your back doesn’t hurt

4 Reasons To Visit A Chiropractor-Even if your back doesn’t hurt

People visit chiropractors everyday for different reasons and chiropractic offers many benefits beyond treating back pain, neck pain, or headaches. I'm going to share with you some of the lesser-known benefits of chiropractic care and why you should visit a...Read More
Dry Skin and Your Health

Dry Skin and Your Health

Too often, Old Man Winter gets blamed for dry skin. However, it is possible to have healthy, naturally moisturized skin, even in the winter. Let’s learn more about the skin, and how we can keep it healthy, despite the season....Read More
Straighten up!  How Chiropractic Treatment Helps Posture

Straighten up!  How Discover Health and Wellness Lone Tree Helps Posture

Several factors contribute to poor posture--most commonly stress, obesity, pregnancy, weak postural muscles, abnormally tight muscles, and high-heeled shoes.  In addition, decreased flexibility, a poor work environment, incorrect working posture, and unhealthy sitting and standing habits can also contribute to...Read More