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The Importance of Posture and Chiropractic

Posture Fargo ND Back Pain

“As the twig is bent, so grows the tree.”Have you ever wondered how life imitates nature?As I sit in my office and think ahead to the spring season, I look at one of my favorite quotes by Alexander Pope placed on a beautiful picture of a Bonsai tree. From there I sit and visualize its ...

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Could I Have Sciatica?

Leg Pain Fargo ND Sciatica

Does every step you take cause you pain that radiates down your leg or legs? Have you become depressed with the pain or been through a series of pain injections to block this pain?If so, read on.Understanding A Cause - The Sciatic NerveYour sciatic nerve is the longest and widest nerve in your body, and ...

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Great Health From The Start

Back Pain Fargo ND Pediatric Chiropractic Care

Nothing can be more contagious than to receive a huge smile from a child. The hope of their bright future emanates in their laughter, and we can think of nothing more beautiful or valuable. As we love them all from the very start, we want to ensure they are well loved, well cared for, well ...

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Suffering A Rotator Cuff Injury?

Shoulder Pain Fargo ND Rotator Cuff Injury

Are you sitting on the sideline for some of your favorite activities due to a shoulder injury that is making many routine activities challenging and painful? Or have you played through telling yourself it will heal or you will address later?Be warned! It could be an injury to your rotator cuff! Your shoulder injury that ...

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Marathon Shoppers Guide To A Pain-Free Season

Neck Pain Fargo ND Shoppers Guide

Can you hear the holiday songs playing? Of course, that's because the holidays are until after January! However, with this season's good cheer, holiday stress may lead to tears, neck pain, shoulder pain, and headaches.The combination of the wrong food, too much alcohol, late nights, rushing around carrying heavy bags, and, let’s face it, family ...

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