Our Denver Chiropractor is Back from the Springs and the 1-Page Health News…

I am back from a 4-Day Active Release Techniques (ART) advanced class in Colorado Springs. It was an awesome weekend learning new protocols that I’ve already started using in the office. If you need need us, call us @ 303.300.0424

Here is this week’s 1-Page Health News:

Mental Attitude: An Active Brain and Body May Stave Off Dementia. The findings of a multi-decade study involving over 800 Swedish women suggest that being more physically and mentally active in middle age is associated with a reduced risk for dementia in old age. Neurology, February 2019

Health Alert: New Way to Measure Vitamin D. Researchers from Trinity College Dublin and St. James’s Hospital report that human hair can be used to measure vitamin D. This is important, as traditional blood analysis captures only a moment in time, while hair can reflect vitamin D status over several months capturing the large seasonal differences in vitamin D status. Study co-author Dr. Martin Healy explains, “The finding that vitamin D can be measured in hair samples potentially opens up a new approach to epidemiological studies relating the vitamin to bone and non-bone related medical conditions which have been associated with its deficiency.” Nutrients, February 2019

Diet: Fish Oil During Pregnancy Offers Benefits to Kids. The results of a new study involving 171 mother-child pairs suggest that taking a daily 600mg DHA (docosahexaenoic acid) supplement during pregnancy may help protect kids from high blood pressure in childhood. The findings may lead to changes in the amount of DHA found in prenatal supplements, as current levels are usually much lower. JAMA Network Open, February 2019

Exercise: Unfit Teens More Likely to Be Disabled Later in Life. Staying fit during adolescence may pay dividends throughout life. In this study, researchers reviewed health data concerning 1,079,128 Swedish men from age 16 to about age 46 and found that those with poor cardiorespiratory fitness as they entered adulthood were over three times more likely to be out of the workforce due to disability by midlife. Annals of Internal Medicine, February 2019

Chiropractic: What Research Says About Manipulative Therapies… A recent article published in the American Family Physician notes that spinal manipulative therapy can provide short-term improvement in patients with acute or chronic low back pain and is comparable to other standard treatments. For patients with neck pain, the current research shows cervical manipulation/mobilization provides better short-term pain relief and improved function when compared with oral analgesics. The authors of the article add that manipulative therapies may be as effective as the prescription medication amitriptyline for managing patients with migraines. Doctors of chiropractic are highly skilled in the art of manipulation and mobilization techniques, which they utilize in the management of musculoskeletal conditions. American Family Physicians, February 2019

We have our latest video below for you: Neck stretches Level 1 and 2. You can watch it on our vimeo page by clicking the image below. If you prefer your videos on facebook you can use this link to get there:

https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=810513182644993

As always, use common sense and make sure this video is appropriate for you.

The Barbell Thruster, one of our Denver Chiropractor’s “Best Ever” exercises

This is one of those, “Best bang for your buck,” type of exercises. As always clear it with a doctor and make sure it’s right for you. Nothing that you read or watch on this site constitutes medical advice. Always seek out a licensed healthcare provider.

Work those glutes w this side lunge.

Work the side of the hips (strengthen the oft accused glute medius) and build up some sport-relevant endurance with this excellent little exercise. Always clear w a doctor first.

Our Denver Chiropractor has deconstructed the overhead squat so anyone can do it.

Our Denver Chiropractor, Dr. Glenn Hyman, thinks this is a great way to improve your posture, prevent knee pain and improve muscular endurance in your quads and glutes. Check with a doctor first!

Video: Help prevent back pain with this 1-Leg Deadlift

Make sure you clear this w your doctor first. Strengthening these back muscles really can help you prevent back pain.

(Video from our Denver Chiropractor): This stretch can help prevent back pain, hip pain, and sciatica

The “buddy” piriformis stretch from Glenn Hyman on Vimeo.

Denver Chiropractor enjoyed watching the big game, now back to work.

While our #1 team will always be the Broncos, Philly is still in our hearts (I’m from there). Here are the boys and I before the game. My 72-year-old Dad was very happy to finally see his team win the Super Bowl. We hope you all had a great weekend.

We are here to help you. If you need us, call us and we will get you in. 303.300.0424 We can help you with:
Back pain
Neck pain
Headaches
Shoulder problems
Hip and sciatica problems
Wrists and hands
Knees and ankles

Our Denver Chiropractor is Back from Snowmass (pic): appointments available today!

We’re back in the office after my family and I took a long weekend in the Aspen-Snowmass area. Since we’re still not ready to ski (waiting for some better snow to build up), we went snowshoeing. Man, is that an awesome workout. If you want to get your heart rate up without pounding on your joints, try snowshoeing in a hilly area. Wow!


Our schedule is getting pretty full for the rest of this week, so If you want to come see us, call us today: 303.300.0424 and we will get you in. We’ve opened a few extra spots today (Thurs 1/25) and tomorrow (Friday 1/26).

Back to school

Well, the kids go back to school this week and life goes back to normal. We are in for full, regular schedule and are here to help you. Call us @ 303.300.0424. Make 2018 your best year yet!
We can help you with:

Back pain
Neck pain
Headaches
Shoulder problems
Hip and sciatica problems
Wrists and hands
Knees and ankles

Denver Chiropractor filling up for the weekend

Meredith and I, both pretty much recovered from big injuries this year have been running more and more. (She tore her ACL in January and I broke my ankle in May.) Being active as you’re getting older like we are means more aches and pains and more stretching and more chiropractic care to keep going.


Our schedule is filling up for the weekend. If something’s aching on you, call us today- 303.300.0424 – and we will get you in.
We can help you with: