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9 Steps to Make Sure Your Child Is Using Their Backpack Correctly

As summer winds down it’s time to start thinking about back to school. That includes, lunches, books, and backpacks! It’s important to make sure backpacks fit properly from an early age. If backpacks are worn incorrectly over long periods of time, not only can they cause back, shoulder, or neck [...]

By |August 31st, 2017|

Chiropractic Care and Chronic Medical Conditions

Chiropractic care can be helpful for a variety of chronic, or long-lasting, medical conditions. These include spinal issues, sciatica, chronic pain, headaches, and many others. But what about non-orthopaedic chronic medical conditions - diseases that do not primarily affect the bones, joints, and connective tissue? These problems include diabetes, heart [...]

By |August 29th, 2017|

Research Review Shows EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques) Highly Effective at Treating Anxiety

A quick and simple non-drug treatment is highly effective for anxiety, according to a comprehensive study. The study was published in the oldest peer-reviewed psychiatry journal in North America, and examined 14 randomized controlled trials (RCTs) of a behavioral method called EFT or Emotional Freedom Techniques. Described by Examiner.com as: “one of the most successful psychology self-help techniques ever developed,” EFT combines cognitive psychology with acupressure. The 14 studies included 658 participants drawn from a variety of demographic groups. These included college and high school students, overweight people, war veterans, hospital patients, gifted children, fibromyalgia patients, and people with phobias. The types of anxiety ranged from fear of public speaking, to test anxiety, to phobias of small animals such as rats and mice. Studies applied the method as described in The EFT Manual, along with other quality control criteria advocated by the American Psychological Association.

By |June 5th, 2017|
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