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About Momentum Chiro
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Entries by Momentum Chiro
Turn Turn Turn: Options for Turning and Birthing Breech Babies Yost, H. (2010, December 1). Turn Turn Turn: Options for Turning and Birthing Breech Babies. Retrieved from http://icpa4kids.org/Wellness-Articles/turn-turn-turn-options-for-turning-and-birthing-breech-babies.html A breech presentation refers to the position of the baby in the uterus. It is normal, up to the seventh month of pregnancy, for the baby to […]
I would like to take this opportunity to provide answers to common questions that I’ve encountered in chiropractic practice while working with our moms and moms-to-be. So, what’s with the “boot camp” portion of the title? In attempts to combine two of my greatest passions – health care and fitness, I also plan to provide […]
A great article (compliments of the International Chiropractic Pediatric Association) about the changes that your body goes through during pregnancy and how chiropractic addresses these structural adaptations to allow for a more comfortable term and smoother delivery.
In a recent press release by the American Chiropractic Association, this article highlights how chiropractors can complement pediatricians. “It’s very important that a child have both a pediatrician and a pediatric chiropractor. A pediatric chiropractor is not there to replace the role of the pediatrician,” says Dr. Hewitt. “The pediatrician provides medications when necessary and […]
The shoulder complex is by far one of the most fascinating structures in the body because it has an amazing range of motion, but this all comes at the expense of stability. Many of us have probably experienced some degree of shoulder pain during exercise, and wrote it off as simply being exercise-related. However, that […]
Here is one of the best and most comprehensive resources that I’ve come across to perform a self-assessment of your workstation to avoid strain while at work. Enjoy!