A healthy spine and nervous system is the foundation of flexibility.
For some, just getting to the gym constitutes going past their comfort zone. For many, participating in circus gymnastics has become an accessible and exciting way for them to get physical, build skills and enjoy the excitement of moving the body.
As the current sports season kicks into full stride, the desire to do everything we can to maximize recovery time and increase performance is greater than ever.
As the intensity of our training activities puts added stress on our bodies, ensuring proper healing and recovery becomes increasingly important.
A long life is something everyone seems to want, but few give much thought to how their story will end. Personally, I’d like to die in a skydiving accident at 105 years old. And like many of you, I have some longevity in my family.
How long did your grandparents and grandparents live? Are they still living? And what has been the quality of life during their last decade? These are very important questions to ask as we all face the reality of our potential extended life.
On September 18th, Chiropractic celebrates another birthday since its founding in 1895 by DD Palmer, DC. Over 100 years ago Palmer asked this important question that sparked a new profession: “I desired to know why one person was ailing and his associate, eating at the same table, working in the same shop, at the same bench was not.
The National Park Service in the US is celebrating 100 Years. In nearly every country, people are enjoying the great outdoors through hiking, fishing, exploring, camping, photographing, climbing and many other activities. Full time work crews, Park Rangers and volunteers keep the National Parks accessible and useable. These people are exceptionally skilled at preserving the integrity, natural beauty and environment that make travelers want to visit the parks year after year.