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How chiropractic can help prevent common hockey injuries

Whether you’re in the big leagues or little leagues, or just going for a recreational skate at an outdoor rink, hitting the ice can have some unintended consequences, like knee […]

What to look for in a work shoe and how your chiropractor can help

Whether you work inside or outside, you likely have a type of dress code you need to follow, and while selecting the appropriate attire is essential, choosing the right footwear […]

What to look for in a winter boot and how your chiropractor can help

When that first snowfall hits, many of us scramble to unearth last year’s winter boots from the back of the closet. If you’re realizing they’re a bit tired, it may […]

Getting back on track for World Spine Day

Tips on safely increasing physical activity after the COVID-19 shutdown The COVID-19 pandemic brought the world to a halt. For many Albertans, that halt was felt as the reduction of […]

Headaches: the role your diet plays

By Dr. Jill Mckinnon Migraines are one of the top disabilities in young adults across the globe. 14 percent of the population suffers from migraines and like most aches and […]

Five steps to identify and eliminate headache triggers

Last month on the blog, we discussed the impact that your diet has on your headaches. We covered different additives and chemicals in food that are common culprits amongst my […]

How many of these road trip troubles have you experienced?

Life can be a little strange in 2020, but summer road trips don’t have to go away. We maybe can’t spend much time exploring the world on foot this year, […]

What Is Inflammation?

Misconceptions abound around the topic of inflammation. Some mistakenly believe that this condition is always temporary. Others think inflammation is only caused by infectious diseases. Here are the facts about […]

Staying Healthy During the Pandemic

During these challenging times, it is the responsibility of every Canadian to practice social distancing in order to flatten the curve of COVID-19 cases. In other words, we should all […]