Vaughan Chiropractic Blog

Honouring Moms

Pathways to Family Wellness Spring issue honours mothers, and to help mothers Dr Jeanne Ohm summarizes below three key insights about how chiropractic care provides an easier mothering experience. Dr Jeanne Ohm: The first key is that chiropractic care helps improve the nervous system’s ability to adapt to stress. This is vital, not only for

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The Benefits of Carb Cycling

March 25, 2019 Natural Health Perspectives, Whole Food Nutrition /by Dr. B.J. Hardick You’ve hit a wall. You consistently lost weight, but suddenly plateaued. Or maybe you’ve become increasingly fatigued after a strenuous workout. Perhaps you’re not building the amount of muscle you want, even though you lift heavy four times a week. Mixing up

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Improved Spinal Alignment, Chronic Low Back Pain and Improved Quality of Life in a 62-year-old Patient Undergoing Chiropractic Care Following Failed Surgical Syndrome: A Case Study & Review of the Literature

Rebecca Lapham-Yaun, D.C. & Katheryne Castro, D.C. Annals of Vertebral Subluxation Research ~ January 17, 2019 ~ Pages 10-21 Abstract Objective: The purpose of this paper is to report the effects of chiropractic care in a 62-year-old female that presented with a chief complaint of chronic low back pain with concomitant 25.3° right convex thoracolumbar

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Resolution of Post-traumatic Epilepsy, Headaches & Dizziness Following Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care in a 19 Year-Old Male: Case Study & Review of the Literature

Scott A. Null, D.C. & Logan A. Null, D.C. Journal of Upper Cervical Chiropractic Research ~ March 4, 2019 ~ Pages 11-18 Abstract Objective: To report on the positive health outcomes of a young adult with posttraumatic epilepsy undergoing chiropractic care and review the related literature. Clinical Features: A 19-year-old male diagnosed with posttraumatic epilepsy

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Building Resilience In A Fight-Or-Flight World

AUTHOR // Satya Sardonicus, D.C. What if fatigue, irritability, allergies, sensory overwhelm, learning difficulty, and frequent illness aren’t the brain doing something wrong, but actually part of an intelligent and adaptive response? Nearly half of all children in the United States are reported to currently have at least one chronic health condition, including developmental delay,

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Meditation Exercise – Body Scan

Mindfulness is a growing trend, especially because people are trying to deal with so many demands on their time. Jon Kabat-Zinn, professor emeritus of medicine and the creator of the Stress Reduction Clinic and the Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Health Care, and Society at the University of Massachusetts medical school, is the founder of

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Keep Calm and Carry On this Holiday Season – 5 Reasons to Visit Your Chiropractor

With the holiday season coming, more people than ever are facing the stresses that often come with this time of year. While you may be running around shopping, cooking and preparing to travel, it is important that you are also taking the time to care for yourself. There is a reason so many people get

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7 Tips to Add Mindfulness to Your Routine and Reduce Stress

AUTHOR // CCA Staff Team Mindfulness; it’s become a popular topic for mental health and well-being, but what does it actually mean, and where does it come from? Mindfulness, a form of meditation, has its roots in Buddhism. It is one group of many meditation techniques that originated in Eastern religious or spiritual traditions. Today,

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