In April of 1998, I started Denver Chiropractic Center is a tiny 1-room office on Yale. The front desk, the waiting room, and my treatment table were all in one little 400 square foot space. Now, 17 years later (April 1st is Denver Chiropractic Center’s 17th birthday), our newly remodeled office will feature 3 treatment […]
According to a new report, many Americans fail to follow recommended safety practices while handling and cooking poultry. Investigators found that less than two-thirds of consumers have a food thermometer, and less than 10% of those who do have them actually check to see if poultry is cooked. In addition, they found that nearly 70% […]
Make sure your knees are healthy enough to try this and make sure your chair is against the wall. Enjoy!
There may be some truth behind the old wives’ tale that people should keep warm to avoid catching colds. A new study finds the immune system is less effective when it is colder, allowing a common cold virus to enter the nose and replicate more easily. The finding suggests that varying the temperature influences host […]
Dr. Glenn Hyman’s Denver Chiropractic Center – Hips and core with the stability ball lunge. Great for preventing hip and back pain, and training the core.
Dr. Glenn Hyman’s Denver Chiropractic Center. Band walks for hip strengthening. This is a great exercise to prevent sciatica and IT band problems.
Just about every night with dinner, my wife Meredith whips up a Vita-Mix version of the drink that we used to order at True Food Kitchen in Cherry Creek. Goes great with just about any dinner. It’s an easy and delicious way to get a ton of veggies in to your body: 2 stalks […]
This is Liberty. Liberty is a puppy who is training to be a guide dog for the blind. One of our awesome patients, Karen B., is training and socializing Liberty for a year. If you’re coming to our office in the afternoon, you may encounter this super-cute dog. Since she’s working, it’s best for Liberty […]
A retrospective cohort study has revealed that the risk of injury to the head, neck, or trunk following a visit to the chiropractor is lower than following an office visit for evaluation by a primary care physician. The findings come from Medicare data on patients 66 to 99 years of age. The investigators found that […]
I know a lot of you loosely follow my triathlon racing ‘career’ and I really appreciate that. In 2015, I’ve signed up for 5 Xterra (off-road) triathlons. Xterra tris consist of a lake swim, a mountain bike ride, and a trail run. I’ll be working with Cody and Kathy Waite’s Endurance Performance Coaching group training […]