Advanced Chiropractic Sc

Advanced Chiropractic Sc
Advanced Chiropractic Sc is listed in the Physicians & Surgeons Pain Management category in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin. Displayed below is the only current social network for Advanced Chiropractic Sc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Advanced Chiropractic Sc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 62.

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237 E Main St
Twin Lakes, WI 53181
(262) 877-2196

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A recent study in the journal Spine performed by two medical doctors took a look at the benefits of chiropractic care for chronic low back pain. This study followed several patients who underwent a course of corrective care in a chiropractic office, and then they had supportive care every two weeks after that by the chiropractor. The study revealed significant control and lessening of their chronic low back pain. This is a much more healthy and intelligent way to manage chronic low back pain than utilizing pain medications that have multiple side effects and possible addiction. Many insurance compaines will not cover supportive care, though some do. Even so, the money saved by avoiding increased pain, missing work and acute flare up treatment combined with feeling better more of the the time is worth spending some of your own money. Many chiropractic offices have finacial programs that make your care affordable. We have financial plans at our office if you need supportive care ask us.

New study this week shows that a 40% reduction in all cancers can be achieved with lifestyle choices. No smoking, no obesity, limit alcohol consumption and regular exercise. These seem like very reasonable options to lower our risk of a terrible disease. I'm pretty sure if we offered a pharmaceutical with these same results people would be lined up to purchase. Lets get motivated people!!

From a recent study by the Mayo Clinic: You know exercise is good for you, but do you know HOW good? A recent Mayo Clinic study revealed a multitude of ways that exercise can improve your life. Everyone benefits from exercise regardless of age, sex or physical ability. Exercise can help prevent weight gain and encourage weight loss. The more intense the exercise, the more calories burned. Trips to the gym are great, but doing things like using the stairs or parking further from your work entrance are also beneficial. Exercise also helps combat health conditions like heart disease, high blood pressure, and decreasing unhealthy triglycerides while elevating good cholesterol. Exercise also causes a release of chemicals in the brain that make you feel happier and more relaxed. Exercise also makes people feel better about themselves. Exercise increases your energy by delivering oxygen and nutrients to the tissues. Having a difficult time sleeping? Exercise can help you fall asleep faster and deepen your sleep, as long as you don't exercise too close to bedtime. Regular physical exercise may enhance sexual arousal in women. And men who exercise regularly are less likely to have problems with erectile dysfunction than men who do not exercise. Exercise can also increase social interaction with friends and family. Finally, aim for 150 minutes of exercise per week. Try to engage in a variety of activities from walking and running to swimming and strength training. We are here to help! If you have questions or are ready to incorporate some new activity into your life, give us a call. We can assist in developing a plan that works for you.

I was recently at a seminar that was discussing a study done at a Naperville Illinois school where they were having poor test scores, low graduation rates and poor in school behavior. They decided to implement a one hour mandatory exercise program before school. One year into the program they saw significant improvement in test scores, graduation rates and behavior. The researchers stated that the exercise increased brain derived neurotropic factor which allows the brain to learn more effectively. Thinking about how schools have changed since I was in grade school. Until 7th grade I had a recess at 10:15 am, noon recess and one at 2:00 pretty sure that does not happen anymore :( Another statistic from this lecture was that only 22% of Americans exercise on a regular basis. Let's get active everyone!!

Lets talk about that muscle that helps us breathe, the diaphragm. The diaphragm seperates the thorax from the abdomen. Recent studies have shown that a weak diaphragm can contribute to low back pain. Research has shown that people with impaired pulmonary function like COPD are much more likely to develop low back pain. Research has also shown that the diaphragm is involved in spine stablization. The most interesting finding in the research is that a weak diaphragm can impair core strength. Because oxygen is necessary for our survival the central nevous system prioritizes the delivery of blood to the diaphragm over othe skeletal muscles. When the diaphragm fatigues blood is shunted away from muscles like the errector spinae to enhance blood flow to the diaphragm. Because reduced blood flow effects muscle spindle the muscles become less coordinated and can lead to back injury. Breathing exercise to maximize diaphragm function could help avoid back pain or recover from an episode of pain.