X-ray Technology Advances

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Last Saturday, Dr. Myren attended a seminar discussing the latest advancements in diagnostic imaging. (It was better than it sounds).
The focus was mainly on spinal, back and neck conditions (MRI’s, CAT scans, and “regular” X-rays).

The interesting points were how new technology, specifically computers, have enhanced the quality of the images produced; Similar to how digital cameras can produce pictures that can be enhanced and manipulated. Also exciting is the steady decline in the cost of the equipment ...

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Understanding Plantar Fasciitis (Heel/Foot Pain)

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This is a common ailment for runners, but anyone can develop Plantar Fasciitis.  The first signs and symptoms are usually foot pain with difficulty walking when getting out of bed in the morning.  The pain resolves after walking around a little.  Plantar Fasciitis pain results from excessive tension of the foot connective tissue (the fascia).  Chronic foot and heel pain can cause the development of heel bone spurs, not good!

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Chiropractic adjustments to ...

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We are working for YOU!

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We recently signed the staff up for a continuing education seminar:  In May, we will be attending the Parker Seminar being held in San Diego.  As we are all excited to learn what is new and exciting in the world of Chiropractic we found it extra interesting that Dr. Fabrizio Mancini, president of Parker University in Dallas, Texas will be on the Dr. Phil Show this week speaking about a new initiative that Parker University and Dr. Fabrizio ...

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How is GOOD SLEEP, or lack of, Effecting YOU!

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Some recent sleep studies reveal how sleep effects our overall health.
Ironically, most people are not good at judging how well they actually sleep and how they perform with poor sleep.
On average, adults need 7-9 hours of sleep per night to feel fully rested and to function at their mental or physical best. Interestingly, newborns sleep 18 hours per day.
Why do we need sleep?

  1. Time for physical restoration and healing.
  2. Memory consolidation; the brain creates room for new data.

Tips for a good nights sleep!

  • Set regular bed ...
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