October 2019 Health Newsletter

 

 WE ARE EXCITED TO HAVE BEEN AWARDED

"SMALL BUSINESS OF THE YEAR!"

WE ARE DEDICATED TO PROVIDING THE

VERY BEST NATURAL HEALTHCARE TO OUR

PATIENTS AND OUR COMMUNITY.

WE BELIEVE

YOU DESERVE TO LIVE LIFE TO THE

FULLEST...

AND WE ARE HERE TO MAKE THAT HAPPENS

FOR YOU!!!

IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY UNDER CARE

MAKE AN APPOINTMENT NOW & LET OUR

EXPERT TEAM CHART A GAME PLAN THAT

WILL GET YOU ON THE

ROAD TO RECOVERY....

 

IMAGINE LIFE WITHOUT PAIN

CHIROPRACTIC IS SAFE AND EFFECTIVE NOT

ONLY FOR PAIN RELIEF

BUT ALSO TO CORRECT THE PROBLEM THAT

IS CAUSING THE PAIN IN THE FIRST PLACE!!!

 

DR. SPAINHOWER IS UNIQUELY TRAINIED TO

TREAT INJURIES TO THE SPINE AND

EXTREMITIES.

HE HAS 36 YEARS

EXPERIENCE AS A CHIROPRACTOR

AND HE IS

CONSIDERED A SPECIALIST IN THE

TREATMENT OF SPORTS INJURIES, AUTO

ACCIDENT INJURIES OR JUST WEAR AND

TEAR OF THE SPINE OVER TIME.

HE USES

HIS VAST EXPERIENCE AND EXPERTISE

ALONG WITH STATE OF THE ART

PHYSIOTHERAPY

 

TO DETECT AND HELP RESTORE PROPER

JOINT FUNCTION OF THE SPINE AND

EXTREMITIES.

 

THOSE PROCEDURES INCLUDE:

LASER,

ULTRASOUND,

INTERFERIENTIAL THERAPY

MICROCURRENT THERAPY

DEEP TISSUE MASSAGE,

 KINESIO TAPING

HOW KINESIO TAPING WORKS:

TAPING OF AN INJURED AREA ALLEVIATES

PAIN AND FACILITATES LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE.

BY LIFTING THE SKIN OF THE INJURED AREA,

WE ALLEVIATE PRESSURE AND

IRRITATION TO THAT AREA AND

DECREASE PAIN AND SWELLING.

 

FIND OUT IF YOU CAN BE HELPED WITH ANY

CONDITION INVOLVING THE SPINE OR

EXTREMITIES BY ARRANGING A

CONSULATION AND THOROUGH

EXAMINATION TODAY!

OR TELL SOMEONE YOU KNOW 

ABOUT CHIROPRACTIC...

LET'S MAKE SURE WE ARE ALL ON THE ROAD

TO OPTIMUM HEALTH AND WELLNESS!!

 

PATIENT OF THE MONTH:

LORI F.

LORI WAS SUFFERING FOR YEARS WITH

PLANTAR FASCITIS. SHE HAD SEEN A

PODIATRIST AND HAD RECEIVED 3

CORTISONE INJECTIONS WITH NO

IMPROVEMENT.

SHE WAS DEFINITELY SPENDING ALOT OF

TIME SITTING ON THE BENCH NOT DOING

THE THINGS SHE ENJOYED LIKE RUNNING...

 

A FRIEND TOLD HER ABOUT OUR CLINIC AND

GAVE HER THE GIFT OF HEALTH TO SEE IF

CHIROPRACTIC COULD HELP HER...

 

AFTER JUST A FEW WEEKS OF CARE SHE IS

WALKING WITHOUT PAIN, EVEN WEARING

HEELS AND HAS HOPE THAT SHE WILL

 GET BACK ON THE ROAD RUNNING AGAIN!!

 

SO, DON'T FORGET TO SHARE YOUR

SUCCESS STORY

WITH OTHERS & GIVE THE GIFT OF HEALTH

 

ALSO YOU CAN TELL YOUR STORY ON

 

FACEBOOK OR WRITE A REVIEW ON YELP!!!

 

WE APPRECIATE YOUR CONFIDENCE IN US

BY REFERRING OTHERS TO

CHIROPRACTIC CARE.

 

 

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              SPAINHOWER CHIROPRACTIC:

"PROVIDING THE FINEST IN NATURAL HEALTHCARE TO

THE ENTIRE FAMILY FOR OVER 36 YEARS

(916-635-7798)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



 

 

 



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National Chiropractic Health Month: Take Steps to Better Musculoskeletal Health  

The American Chiropractic Association (ACA) and chiropractors nationwide are encouraging the public to take simple steps toward better musculoskeletal (MSK) health during National Chiropractic Health Month (NCHM) this October. The MSK system is comprised of the spine as well as all the muscles, bones and joints of the body. Keeping this vital system strong is the focus of 2019’s "Strength. Stability. Success." campaign.

When the MSK system functions well, we feel stronger and healthier; however, when there's a problem we might experience pain and even disability. More than one in two adults report experiencing an MSK condition such as back pain, neck pain, joint pain, arthritis or osteoporosis. They are the most commonly reported medical conditions among those under age 65 and the second most common condition for people age 65 and older. Low back pain alone is the leading cause of disability worldwide.

"Chiropractors provide care that helps people improve musculoskeletal health and relieve conditions such as low back pain naturally, sometimes enabling them to avoid or reduce the need for riskier treatments such as prescription opioid pain medications and surgery," notes ACA President Robert C. Jones, DC.

This October, set yourself up for future stability and success by taking steps to improve the strength of your musculoskeletal system:

  1. Move more. Bones, muscles and joints need movement to stay healthy. The U.S. surgeon general recommends adults get at least 150 minutes weekly of moderate physical activity (such as walking, yardwork, recreational swimming) or at least 75 minutes of intense weekly activity (jogging, hiking uphill, basketball).
  2. Eat a balanced diet. Proper nutrition is just as important to musculoskeletal health as it is to overall health. Eat a balanced diet that includes whole fresh foods and try to avoid processed foods. Be sure to get enough calcium and vitamin D for your bones and lean protein to build and maintain strong muscles.
  3. Go outside. The sun helps our bodies produce Vitamin D, which in turn helps us to absorb calcium and strengthen bones.
  4. Do weight-bearing exercises. Walking, jogging and resistance exercises such as weightlifting can improve bone density. Planks and squats can also strengthen core muscles. (Non-weight-bearing exercises such as swimming and biking can benefit the MSK system as well, especially for people unable to walk or jog while recovering from back, hip or knee pain.)
  5. Stay hydrated. Drinking water makes muscles stronger by carrying oxygen to the cells of the body. It also helps lubricate and cushion joints.
  6. Quit smoking. Smoking contributes not only to cardiovascular disease but also osteoporosis and bone fracture as we age.
  7. Get adequate rest. A good night's sleep enables your body to repair muscles and joints that are strained or injured during the day.
  8. Don’t drink too much alcohol. Drinking alcohol excessively can lead to osteoporosis and bone fracture.

We can also reduce the risk of pain and injury to our MSK system by improving our posture and movement techniques as well the ergonomics of our work and home environments. Learn more at www.acatoday.org/NCHM.

Author:American Chiropractic Association
Source:Acatoday.org. September 10, 2019.
Copyright:American Chiropractic Association 2019


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Vegetarians May Live Longer  

A five year study of people's eating habits suggests that people who limit or eliminate meat from their diets are less likely to die over time. Researchers at Loma Linda University in California studied data from over 70,000 participants and found that people who eat mostly fruits and vegetables enjoyed a reduced risk of heart disease and other diet-related causes of death. In the test group, 8 percent of subjects described themselves as vegans who didn't eat any animal products, 29 percent were lacto-ovo-vegetarians who didn't eat fish or meat but did eat dairy and egg products, and 15 percent occasionally ate meat and fish. The researchers found that while seven out of 1000 individuals died in any given period of time, the death rate among vegetarians and occasional meat-eaters dropped to five or six individuals in the same time period. However, the researchers were reluctant to attribute the effect solely to the test subject's diet choices. They pointed out that the vegetarians also generally worked out more, were better educated, less likely to smoke and weighed less, all of which contributed to their decreased mortality rate. Still, they concluded that the data suggests that reducing or eliminating animal products from your diet could lead to healthier overall outcomes.

Author:ChiroPlanet.com
Source:JAMA Internal Medicine, online June 3, 2013.
Copyright:ProfessionalPlanets.com LLC 2013


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“BPA-Free” Plastics Potentially Worse  

If you’ve purchased plastic related drinking containers you’ve surely noticed many products touting their "BPA-free" status. BPA or bisphenol-A is a chemical used to harden plastic and has received much bad press over the recent years due to studies linking it to brain and behavior issues in children and infants, altered hormone levels, obesity and cancer, to name a few. Unfortunately, new research from Canada shows the replacement being used for BPA, BPS or bisphenol-S, has now also become a cause for concern. Researchers from the University of Calgary have now found BPS to cause changes in the brain development of zebra fish embryos at extremely low doses. Authors of the study state their findings are directly relevant to humans, especially for women in their second trimester of pregnancy.

Author:ChiroPlanet.com
Source:Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Jan 12, 2015.
Copyright:ProfessionalPlanets.com LLC 2015


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