Have you ever heard your parents warn you, “You better knock it off, or you’re going to give me an ulcer”? Or perhaps they cautioned you against going swimming after a meal? As it turns out, there is a significant connection between the level of stress in your life and the occurrence of digestive disorders.… Continue reading The Connection Between Stress and Digestive Disorders
With years of specialized education, training, and growing clinical experience, there are more than a few lessons I’ve learned. Putting that knowledge to use, here are 5 things I would NEVER do as a chiropractor, and wouldn’t recommend to others. 1. Self-Manipulation: It’s one thing to turn the head and hear a pop or click. It’s… Continue reading 5 Things I’d NEVER Do as a Chiropractor
Navigating school can be tough. Navigating school with a chronic illness can be even tougher – the key is finding support and knowing what resources are available to you. In the fall of my freshman year of high school, I had what I thought was a cold. It soon became clear that it was something… Continue reading 5 Symptoms Chronic Illness Affects Children with Schooling
Many learning disorders, including Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), stem from neurological conditions caused by brain dysfunction or stress. When a child’s brain is under stress and not functioning optimally, it can lead to various challenges, including learning disabilities. Identifying the root cause of these conditions is crucial to finding… Continue reading Brain Processing & Learning Disorders – ADD / ADHD
Dr. Ian Bulow of Revive Upper Cervical in Cranberry Twp discusses Sciatica. Sciatica is named after the Sciatic Nerve. It is the nerve that helps your brain communicate with the lower leg. It starts in the nerve roots in your lower back’s lumbar spine. Those nerves come together and form the sciatic nerve, one of… Continue reading Sciatica & How Upper Cervical Care Can Help
Dr. Emily Savage of Revive Upper Cervical discusses Autonomic Nervous System and how they contribute to stress. This is a division of the nervous system that is heavily regulated by the brain stem but is in control of a lot of background functions such as breathing, heart rate, and digestion. The Autonomic Nervous System is… Continue reading 2 Systems That SHOULD Balance to Reduce Stress… But Why Are They Not?