LAVACA COUNTY
CHIROPRACTIC

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Supplements are everywhere. Vitamins, minerals, bone broths, and protein powders are no longer only available at health food store, you can find them nearly everywhere you shop. For those of us with diets that aren’t exactly pitch-perfect, dietary supplements can provide an additional way to gain the essential daily nutrients your body needs. Not only are supplements a way to get what you’re missing from your regular diet, but they may also have the ability to help improve your overall health.

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At a glance, spinal traction may look like a form of medieval torture. While at first it may seem strange, the relief it can help provide is remarkable. Spinal traction offers relief from neck and back pain by reducing the pressure on spinal discs and nerves. Many people use spinal traction as a way to enhance the results they receive with their care.

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Posted in Back Pain, Disc Herniations



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Stretching each day is an integral part of improving your overall health. Even if you’re not an athlete, stretching provides important benefits for both your mind and body. Believe it or not, there is a right and wrong way to stretch. Knowing the differences, and understanding the proper technique will help you stay more energized throughout the day and can also improve the flexibility of your joints.

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“It takes a village to raise a child.” You’ve probably heard that quote before, and there is a lot of truth to it. During childhood and adolescence, our bodies and minds grow at an unprecedented rate and set the foundation for the rest of our life. Our development is effected by the challenges and new experiences we encounter growing up. Top researchers have discovered that our experiences around food, movement and exercise play a massive role in our future health and even our susceptibility to disease processes as we age!

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