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07
MAR
2017

Chiropractic Care After a Car Accident | Tulsa Chiropractor

As many car accidents that occur on a daily basis, it’s interesting to note that our roads and highways have actually become much safer over the past 20 years. Motorists are much less likely to be injured or killed in a motor vehicle accident than they were in the late 1980s and...
12
NOV
2012

Good Posture Matters | Tulsa Chiropractor

How many times did we hear from our parents when we were children, “sit up straight”? Our parents were not telling us to do this merely to keep us from looking like a boiled noodle. Good posture is important for a variety of health reasons as well. It helps us to breathe...
14
JUN
2012

The Importance of Good Posture | Tulsa Chiropractor

Not many people think about their posture on a daily basis. Many of us are too busy to even consider it.  But your posture is much more important than you think.  Bad posture can turn into pain and sometimes even contribute to more serious conditions. For most people, bad posture...
24
MAY
2012

The Truth About Sitting | Tulsa Chiropractor

If you are a patient of ours, you have most likely heard us talking about sitting too long and the importance of taking breaks from sitting every once in a while.  In fact, I talk about this in our “Helping Yourself” section of our website: Sitting creates up to two...
18
MAY
2012

Why Does My Back “Go Out” When All I Did Was _____________?

There is a reason for this as with everything else, and it makes sense once you understand the reason. First of all, your back doesn’t really “go out”. It is still inside your body and the vertebra is still in your spine. What is really happening is that the vertebra has...
16
FEB
2012

Understanding the Anatomy of the Spine

Your spine acts as the primary physical support for your body. It is composed of 33 separate vertebrae with joints between each of them that are flexible and allow you to stand, bend over, and twist, etc. The bony vertebrae enclose and help protect the spinal cord, which is...