Try these stretching technique videos to help your neck and back.
How to Get Healthy Over 40
Do you remember the days when you could eat what you wanted and not get fat? You could go and do sport every day, all day? You could do so much more and the effects on your life and health were minimal. And then one day, you hit that point in life (around 40ish) where it all begins to fall apart. Suddenly, that extra donut has an affect on your waistline. The sports you play takes you longer to recover, and where did those aches and pains come from? They weren’t there before. Sadly, it’s the same for us all, and as a 47 year old myself who is still very active with my judo here in Vineland, I have had to re-examine my life and how I go about doing things.
How Does Opioid Addiction Work? how do People Get Addicted?
How opioid addiction starts is a big question and has many varied sociological and different reasons. As a Vineland chiropractor, I see it often, and from that perspective, it generally starts in a similar way. That is a patient has back pain, and uses medication to alleviate it. We have seen in the news and media lately, even the president commenting on the big impact it is having on our society, that opioid addiction is a massive problem.
Chiro Care Helped Me in Judo – It Can Help You in Your Life too
I have been practicing judo since I was a young age, and am a third partner in a judo club down in Myrtle Beach in SC. I also go to a judo club here in Vineland and have been competing for many years now. As I get older, I find that my body isn’t able to handle the things it used to, but I am fortunate in that I have doctors at my practices who can give me adjustments when I need them. This has been invaluable to my successes in my sport and just recently I competed in the US Judo Association Summer Nationals in West Palm, Florida. At my ripe old age of 47, I was not only able to compete at the high level, but I also won all 4 of my matches
DAILY HEALTH UPDATE
Monday, July 18th, 2016 Courtesy of: Back Pain Relief Center Vineland
Mental Attitude: Heart Failure Boosts Depression Risk! Heart failure appears to be a substantial risk factor for the development of depression among adults over the age of 40. In this study, German researchers followed 66,497 heart failure (HF) patients and a similar number of people without heart failure for five years and found participants in the HF group were 60% more likely to be diagnosed with depression during the course of the study. International Psychogeriatrics, June 2016
Daily Health Update
Friday, July 15th, 2016
Back Pain Relief Center of Vineland
1133 E Chestnut Ave Bldg 2
Vineland, NJ 08360
“Believe there is a great power silently working all things for good,
behave yourself and never mind the rest.”
~ Beatrix Potter
Mental Attitude: Brain Activity Different in Type 2 Diabetics.
Functional MRI scans of the brains of both type 2 diabetics and non-diabetics revealed differences in brain connectivity among diabetics that may help explain the increased risk of dementia among this patient group.
American Journal of Neuroradiology, June 2016