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Back to work after the snow day- Our Denver Chiropractors are ready to help you.

Feb 10- We are back in the office after the snow day on Friday. We are ready to help you if you need to come see us. Just call 303.300.0424 or us the contact form on our website.

Here is today’s 1-Page Health News:

Diet: Foods That Raise/Lower Diabetes Risk. The current research notes that a diet rich in whole grains, lean dairy, fish, nuts, and fresh vegetables and fruit is associated with a reduced risk for type 2 diabetes. On the other hand, a diet featuring high amounts of red and processed meat, refined grains, and sugar-sweetened beverages is linked to an elevated diabetes risk. National Institute of Public Health (Pakistan), December 2019

Exercise: Exercising in Very Cold Weather May Harm Lungs. Researchers from the University of Alberta warn that lung function can worsen over time when they are exposed to cold weather, especially during exercise. Experts advise that if you work out in the cold, it’s a good idea to do the following: perform an indoor warm-up to help dilate the lungs, reduce your exercise intensity to allow the lungs more time to warm and humidify the air, and shield your mouth from the cold air during exercise. University of Alberta, January 2020

Chiropractic: Spinal Pain and TMD. Using data from the Korean National Health Insurance Review and Assessment database, researchers report that nearly half (48%) of temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) patients also have spinal pain. Additionally, the more severe a patient’s TMD symptoms, the more likely they were to also have neck pain or back pain. Past research has demonstrated that dysfunction in the cervical spine can cause or contribute to TMD, and treatment to improve function in the upper spine, such as chiropractic care, can reduce jaw pain and associated disability. BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, December 2019

Mental Attitude: Peppermint and Dementia Risk. Among a group of 948 seniors, researchers observed that those unable to smell peppermint and other strong odors were more likely to develop dementia in the following five years. Neuroepidemiology, January 2020

Wellness/Prevention: Losing Tongue Fat May Ease Sleep Apnea. In a study involving 67 obese patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) who participated in a weight loss program, researchers found that a reduction of weight in the tongue contributed to about 30% of the benefit in OSA improvement associated with weight loss. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, January 2020

Our Denver Chiropractor is Back from the Springs

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

We have our latest video below for you: Neck stretches Level 1 and 2.

 

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

Our Denver Chiropractor shows you how to improve flexibility with the 90-second rule.

Our Denver Chiropractor shows you how to improve flexibility with the 90-second rule. As always, check with your doctor first.

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!

Denver Chiropractic- Short week alert and this week’s 1-Page Health News

We have a short week this week, as we will be in Monday-Wednesday (and out Thurs and Fri). Our schedule for this VERY short week is filling up VERY quickly, so call us at 303.300.0424 and we will get you in!

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

Mental Attitude: Money Worries Have Americans Anxious. A nationwide poll of more than 1,000 adults revealed that 39% of respondents are more anxious than they were a year ago, with finances, safety, and health topping the list as sources of anxiety. American Psychiatric Association, May 2018

Health Alert: Illnesses Tied to Ticks and Mosquitoes Soaring in US. Diseases transmitted by ticks and mosquitoes in the United States (US) have more than tripled over the past decade from about 27,000 cases in 2004 to over 96,000 cases in 2016. Dr. Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) adds, “Zika, West Nile, Lyme, and chikungunya—a growing list of diseases caused by the bite of an infected mosquito, tick or flea— have confronted the US in recent years, making a lot of people sick. And we don’t know what will threaten Americans next.” The report reveals the need for an increased effort to both combat the spread of these pests and better educate the public how to prevent bites. CDC Vital Signs Report, May 2018

Diet: Eating More Produce Lowers Depression Risk. An analysis of data from 18 published studies found that each 100-gram increase in daily fruit and vegetable intake reduces an individual’s risk for depression by 3%. British Journal of Nutrition, May 2018

Exercise: Can Exercise Make Your Heart Younger? In this study, researchers found that mice that ran the equivalent of 3.1 miles (5 km) per day generated about 4.5 times more new heart muscle cells than mice that abstained from exercise. The investigators report that these findings demonstrate how exercise can increases the heart’s capacity to regenerate. Researcher Dr. Anthony Rosenzweig notes, “Maintaining a healthy heart requires balancing the loss of heart muscle cells due to injury or aging with the regeneration or birth of new heart muscle cells. Our study suggests exercise can help tip the balance in favor of regeneration.” Nature Communications, April 2018

Chiropractic: Shoulder Strength Affected By Posture. A recent study assessed the effect of various sitting postures on the external rotator muscle strength of the shoulder. Among a group of 100 participants, researchers observed that shoulder external rotator strength declined 8% following five minutes of sitting in a forward head rounded shoulder posture. International Journal of Sports Physical Therapy, February 2018

(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).