Yoga for Back Pain

Yoga for Back Pain

The practice of yoga has been used for thousands of years for disease prevention and general well-being. Yoga has become very popular in the last decade in the United States. Presently, nearly 15 million people in the United States practice yoga. While yoga practice...
Anger and Your Health

Anger and Your Health

Emotions can have a powerful influence on our health, and anger may be one of the most destructive emotions we have. The results of a meta-analysis of 44 studies that was published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology found that individuals who were...
Chiropractic and Addiction

Chiropractic and Addiction

It is ironic that chiropractic—a health care methodology that is committed to being drug-free—is being utilized more and more as an effective treatment for the ravages of addiction. Addiction is a major public health problem these days, with the National Institutes...
Is It Normal for Knees to Pop and Crack?

Is It Normal for Knees to Pop and Crack?

Many people experience a popping or cracking noise in their knees as they squat down or bend their knees, and this seems to happen with increasing regularity as we age. The medical term for this condition is called crepitus. It is a very normal phenomenon and, so long...
Look Who Else Uses Chiropractic: Professional Football

Look Who Else Uses Chiropractic: Professional Football

Professional football teams recognize the value that having regular chiropractic care affords their players.  All of the 32 teams in the National Football League (NFL) use the services of a chiropractor for treating and preventing injuries to team members. Dr. Spencer...
What is “Referred Pain”?

What is “Referred Pain”?

“Referred pain” can be a perplexing phenomenon for anyone who experiences it. Referred pain is what happens when you feel pain in an area of your body that is not actually the original source of the pain signals. The most common example of referred pain is when pain...