Good news, friends.
We have reopened three office locations and our talented chiropractors are getting back to work. We are taking appointments in Somers Point, Laurel Springs and Mount Laurel.(more…)
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Spring is in the air – and that means baseball. Even though we’re not sure if this year’s season will proceed on schedule, it’s best to be prepared. So, we’re talking “Tommy John.” It affects other athletes, too, but baseball players are at higher risk for injuring the ulnar collateral ligament – the UCL.(more…)
Technology is a godsend for those of us lucky enough to have kept our jobs during the pandemic. But working from home can leave joints and muscles aching by day’s end.
Since the COVID-19 crisis unfolded quickly, few had the opportunity to prepare for working from home, long-term. Many are making do with what’s on hand – working at the kitchen table, from a laptop or even the coffee table.
Since most of us do not have a fully equipped home office, problems crop up in the neck, back, shoulders, hips and other spots. Fortunately, relief comes down to common sense, making small adjustments to prevent trouble and taking action to keep your joints and muscle limber and healthy during the quarantine.
The global COVID-19 outbreak is dominating headlines and causing serious disruptions in daily life. Not surprisingly, like most healthcare providers, we are getting a lot of questions about the virus – and about viruses in general. Since the topic is on most everyone’s mind, here are some answers, based on current science and accepted guidelines.(more…)
Vitamin D is a hot topic in microbiology. For good reason. We know it’s important to bone health. But we now know that vitamin D is active in many cells outside the skeleton – and can also influence genetics that affect cancer, infection and autoimmune disease.
A deficiency can make many problems worse, including cardiovascular disease, breast cancer, multiple sclerosis, depression and diabetes. One recent study adds another to the list; respiratory infection. That is particularly noteworthy during a global pandemic caused by a respiratory virus.
The protocols around concussion in sports have really advanced in the past 10 years, especially considering new standards adopted and publicized by the NFL and other professional sports organizations. Following traditional concussion care, athletes can often benefit from chiropractic treatment.
The COVID-19 pandemic is creating new challenges for just about everybody in the western world. As we work to stay healthy – we’re going to unprecedented lengths to help protect the most vulnerable in the community and slow the spread of the virus to lessen the load on the healthcare system.
At the urging of both state and federal authorities, we have closed all five of our offices to do our part. Our first priority remains and always will be the well-being of our patients and their families.
Hey guys! Some updates from Dr. Gross! As the resident sports addict of the office, and with no live sports to discuss, I’ll take a look back in the history books. With The Masters having supposed to be played next week, here are some interesting Tiger Woods Masters stats:
– Jack Nicklaus has the most Masters titles with 6.
– Tiger Woods is second with 5, and is still playing!
– Tiger Woods won his first title in 1997 by a still record 12 strokes. That’s like Michael Phelps winning a 200m race by 5 seconds! Or the Eagles winning a game 80-0! (Yea, right…). This was also his first Masters as a professional, and he won, which has not been done since. It had only been done once before in the history of The Masters, dating back to 1933!(more…)