Articles posted by Vaughan Chiropractic

Resolution of Vertigo, Restored Hearing & Improved Quality of Life

Resolution of Vertigo, Restored Hearing & Improved Quality of Life in a Patient with Meniere’s Disease & Failed Craniectomy: A Case Report & Review of the Literature Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research, Volume 2021 Michael T. Burcon, B.Ph., D.C. Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research ~ May 10, 2021 ~ Pages 10-19 Abstract Objective:

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Movement is Life

MOVEMENT IS LIFE & CHIROPRACTIC DELIVERS AUTHOR // James L. Chestnut, B.Ed., MSc., D.C. Pathways to Family Wellness magazine, Issue #06. This may sound a bit strange at first, but if you think about it for a moment, the truth of this statement begins to become more and more apparent. Without movement you could not

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Chiropractic During Pregnancy

Chiropractic During Pregnancy During pregnancy, a routine of regular and consistent chiropractic care can improve your coordination, flexibility, strength and balance. This can all ease the physicality of carrying a baby, and make for a more pleasant pregnancy experience. Keeping your spine properly aligned can also maintain optimal nervous system function, which can help to

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Improvement in Heart Rate, Heart Rate Variability & Reduction in Dysautonomia

Improvement in Heart Rate, Heart Rate Variability & Reduction in Dysautonomia in a 74-Year-Old Female Undergoing Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care: A Case Report & Review of the Literature Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research, Volume 2021 Christi Osborne D.C. & Benjamin Rauch D.C. Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research ~ January 27, 2021 ~ Pages 1-9 Abstract Objective: The

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Resolution of Secondary Amenorrhea & Infertility Following Chiropractic Care

Resolution of Secondary Amenorrhea & Infertility with Successful Conception Following Chiropractic Care to Correct Vertebral Subluxation: A Case Study & Review of Mechanisms Branden Teets, DC & Jared Jodon, DC Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ March 17, 2021 ~ Pages 24-28 Abstract Objective: The purpose of this case is to report on the positive

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Our kids are becoming broken – when do we prioritize their well-being?

By Adam Sanderson, Contributor, the Toronto Star, Jan 27, 2021 I am a public educator who has served as both a teacher and administrator. I am also the father of two young children. At the moment, I am extremely concerned. My concern is in regards to the harmful and lasting effects the current pandemic will

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Indoor and At-Home Exercises for Virtual School and Work-From-Home Families

Regular physical activity is important for overall health at all ages, especially during these government imposed measures where children are learning on computers virtually at home, and moms and dads are working at home as well, or without a job. Being active not only improves physical health, it also offers cognitive and emotional benefits including

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Sitting is Worse than Smoking and Its Impact on Your Spine

Sitting has been known for a long time to be the new “smoking.” It wreaks havoc on your spine, and sitting for extended periods is linked to chronic diseases. Unfortunately, the government measures that are imposed on us these days encourage families to sit for hours on end. To truly understand why you should avoid

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