Back pain is a potentially debilitating condition that affects a remarkably high percentage of Canadians. In fact, according to Statistics Canada, 4 of every 5 Canadian adults will experience back pain at least once in their lives and, according a 2012 survey conducted by the Ontario Chiropractic Association, almost 20…

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Well, it’s that time of year again. Cold & flu season is in full swing and while hiding inside and avoiding people until the season passes might seem like a tempting option, it’s obviously not a practical or even realistic one. However, the good news is that there are a…

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15
Dec
2014

    Homemade smoothies are a super way to get kids and adults to boost their milk, fruit and vegetable servings. This recipe has extra nutrition built right in and tastes great!       Ingredients: 2 cups (500 mL) 1% milk 1 large green or red apple, chopped 1…

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Every New Year, many of us make a renewed commitment to changing our lives for the better; which often means an increased focus on our health. However, while we’re all increasingly aware that some combination of a healthy diet and regular exercise is key to improving our overall health, the…

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One of the most common causes of non-traumatic low back pain that we see in our clinics comes from quadricep or thigh muscles that have become too short or too tight. When the rectus femoris muscle, a muscle of the quads which attaches to the pelvis, becomes too short, it…

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