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Werner Family Chiropractic

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|Healthcare|Rock Hill, SC 29732

1267 Ebenezer Rd, Rock Hill, SC 29732

(803) 329-6361

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3 months ago

09/03/2019, 06:56 AM
Do you know about "Text Neck?" For every inch your head moves forward from its natural position (ear opening centered over the middle of your shoulder), it gains 10 pounds in weight as far as the muscles in your upper back and neck are concerned. This also contributes to nerve compression in your neck and upper back. This nerve compression may cause headaches at the base of the skull. Pressure on certain nerves can also mimic sinus (frontal) headaches. Rene Cailliet M.D., of the Univ. of So. Cal. states that forward head posture (FHP) can add up to thirty pounds of abnormal leverage on the cervical spine. This can pull the entire spine out of alignment. FHP may result in the loss of 30% of v...  more>>
Anonymous on Facebook

6 months ago

06/24/2019, 23:29 PM
New research suggests that young people are developing hornlike spikes at the back of their skulls, bone spurs caused by the forward tilt of the head, causing bone growth in the connecting tendons and ligaments. Researchers Dr. David Shahar, chiropractor, PhD and Mark Sayers, professor of biomechanics are concluding that smartphones and other handheld devices are contorting the human form. The formation is a sign of a serious deformity in posture that can cause chronic headaches and pain in the upper back and neck. The danger is not the head horn itself, said supervisor and co-author of this research. Rather, the formation is a “portent of something nasty going on elsewhere, a sign that the ...  more>>
Anonymous on Facebook

6 months ago

06/17/2019, 12:14 PM
“If I start getting adjusted, will I need to keep being adjusted for the rest of my life?” I’m not sure about you, but when I had my first haircut, they never told me that in order to keep my hair looking neat and well-kept, I would have to keep returning for haircuts for the rest of my life! If you started to exercise today, for how many years would you need to continue exercising in order to maintain a good level of fitness? If you started to eat healthy today, for how many years would you need to continue to eat well in order to maintain a healthy figure and healthy digestive system? Is it necessary to keep brushing and flossing your teeth for as long as you live? No! Unless you want to k...  more>>
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Anonymous on Facebook

6 months ago

06/03/2019, 06:27 AM
This chiropractic study is regarding a 35-yr old male with a history of repetitive sports injuries who sought chiropractic care for extreme neck pain and stiffness, pins and needles into his left shoulder, low back pain and difficulty sleeping. He also had a long history of chronic headaches and migraines. This man chose to seek a chiropractor that corrects subluxations (spinal misalignments) and received chiropractic care to correct them for eight weeks. He then continued with supportive care for an additional three months when a follow-up assessment was undertaken. Not only were his initial symptoms severely decreased, he also experienced improved physical, social and psychological functio...  more>>
Anonymous on Facebook

8 months ago

04/22/2019, 07:16 AM
Some of the most common chronic respiratory diseases include asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and pulmonary hypertension (high blood pressure in the arteries connecting the heart and lungs). Though some of these conditions can be genetic, lifestyle play a role as well (reduce cigarette smoke exposure, air pollution, and chemicals found in work/home environments). One study discovered that another way to keep your lungs breathing easier is with regular chiropractic visits. A study involved 30 subjects, ages 20 - 38, who had no respiratory issues and no pain in their thoracic region. Half received chiropractic adjustments and half received 'sham' placebo treatments instead...  more>>
Anonymous on Facebook

8 months ago

04/01/2019, 11:14 AM
Blackberries are an incredibly healthy fruit, packed with vitamins, minerals, fiber and antioxidants. They provide an impressive amount of vitamin C, vitamin K and manganese. Just one cup of blackberries provides a whopping 8 grams of fiber. Also, the antioxidants in blackberries have been shown to reduce inflammation and aging of the arteries. Both effects may protect against chronic illness, such as heart disease and cancer. healthline.com
Anonymous on Facebook

10 months ago

02/26/2019, 16:12 PM
“If you knew your potential to feel good, you would ask no one to be different so that you can feel good. You would free yourself of all of that cumbersome impossibility of needing to control the world, or control your mate, or control your child. You are the only one who creates your reality. For no one else can think for you, no one else can do it. It is only you, every bit of it you.” ~Esther Hicks everydaypowerblog.com
Anonymous on Facebook

10 months ago

02/11/2019, 03:32 AM
Cold & Flu Season? Avoid this!! Officials at the American Heart Association (AHA) and other major organizations warn that people should use caution while taking decongestant medications like pseudoephedrine and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) like ibuprofen. These drugs can damage your heart, especially if you already have risk factors for cardiovascular disease. NSAIDs and decongestants increase blood pressure, which is a major risk factor for stroke and heart attack. Research published in the Journal of Infectious Diseases has shown that people who take NSAIDs (for respiratory infection) had a three times higher risk of heart attack compared to other times when they weren’t t...  more>>
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