Blog Archive

How Kinesiology Can Improve Your Function Jun 18th, 2020

Maintaining good overall health is important whether you’re age 80, a high performing athlete, or just looking to get the most out of life. If you want to function at a high level or relieve chronic pain, kinesiology can help. Kinesiology is a scientific study of human movement and how...

How to Stay Healthy at Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic May 1st, 2020

The desire to get and stay healthy is often a goal for many Americans. This is especially true at the beginning of a new year, when many people promise to exercise and eat well.  Ironically, just as many people were shrugging off their new year’s resolutions, the novel coronavirus hit...

5 Benefits of Custom Orthotics Apr 27th, 2020

For many Americans, living an active lifestyle is important. Whether you’re a weekend warrior, a professional athlete, or just someone who enjoys staying active, you should aim to achieve the highest level of performance possible and stay injury-free. Unfortunately, an estimated 8.6 million sports injuries take place each year in...

All About the Coronavirus Mar 24th, 2020

Terms like “social distancing” and “self-quarantine” are now a part of everyday life. Life as we know it seems to change hour to hour as governors release executive orders and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announce recommendations designed to slow the spread of the coronavirus, also called COVID-19.  ...

Neuromuscular Reeducation for Better Posture Feb 3rd, 2020

The musculoskeletal system consists of muscles, tendons, bones, ligaments, nerves, and other tissues. Like a well-tuned musical instrument, it can perform flawlessly until something throws it out of whack. Injuries, especially soft tissue injuries ― such as sprains, strains, and stress injuries ― can make your body forget how to...

How Is the Chiropractic BioPhysics Technique Different? Jan 1st, 2020

If you’re one of the 31 million Americans suffering from low back pain, you know that finding relief can be a frustrating and complex journey. There are so many options that many sufferers don’t know where to turn. More and more consumers, though, are turning to chiropractors.  In fact, each...

The Link Between Pregnancy and Back Pain and What You Can Do About It Dec 1st, 2019

For most women, pregnancy is a nine-month adventure full of emotional and physical transformations. As the mother’s body nurtures a new life and changes to prepare for labor and delivery, lots of things occur, not the least of which is weight gain.  The growth that takes place as the baby...

5 Reasons the Ideal Spine Protocol is So Effective in Alleviating Back Problems Nov 1st, 2019

If you have back pain, you’re not alone. Each day, millions of Americans struggle with the same problem. In fact, at any given time, an estimated 31 million Americans suffer from lower back pain. Annually, more than 264 million lost workdays are attributed to back pain.  If you have back...

K Laser Therapy: Your Drug-Free Solution for Muscle Pain and Stiffness Oct 2nd, 2019

Constant pain makes everyday activities difficult and unenjoyable. The providers here at Chiropractic Health Care Center of Glendora use nonsurgical K Laser® Therapy are here to help, treating a wide range of debilitating conditions, such as: Herniated disc Degenerative disc disease Muscle injuries Osteoarthritis Tennis elbow Back pain Shoulder pain...

The Importance of Good Posture and How We Can Help You Get It Sep 26th, 2019

Bad posture is a common problem among Americans today. Because people spend so much time sitting at desks, in front of computers, or looking down into smartphones, they’re at an increased risk for developing bad posture.  In fact, at a time when about 80% of Americans deal with back pain...

How Common is Adult Scoliosis and What are My Treatment Options? Aug 5th, 2019

Scoliosis describes having an abnormal sideways curve to your spine. This curvature can vary in severity from a mild bend to an extreme deformity that limits the amount of space within your chest cavity and impacts your lung function. Signs of scoliosis often include: Uneven shoulders, ribs, waist, or hips...