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Computer Workplace Posture and Ergonomics Tips

Computer Posture - Why It Matters Guidelines There are some general guidelines to follow when setting up a good computer workspace.  Some of them cost money, but most of them are easy changes that you can make without spending a penny!  The main goal in making these changes is for you to put your body in the most comfortable position possible. To create great computer workspace posture: You:  your body should be in the most comfortable position possible.  Try to ensure that y

Foot Pain? It Could Be Plantar Fasciitis

On the bottom of your foot, there is a band of fibrous tissue that holds the arch of your foot up, along with muscles. When this fibrous band gets inflamed from being tight and stretched, it causes pain on the bottom of the foot. This is called Plantar Fasciitis and it is a common cause of foot pain. What is the Plantar Fascia? The Plantar Fascia is a tight band of fibrous connective tissue at the sole of your feet.  It connects your heel bone to your toe bones.  It’s purpos

All About Posture

Posture – What Is It? People tend to think of posture as what you look like while standing.  But, it’s much more than that.  The best way to assess your posture is to perform tasks and positions that your body is in the majority of the time.  For example, my most common postures from highest amount of time to lowest are: sleeping, walking, sitting at a desk, texting, and driving.  Therefore, to do a postural assessment, I would look at each of these activities for areas of im

What Is Chiropractic Care?

Chiropractic is a form of health care that focuses on your joints, muscles, ligaments, posture, nerves, diet and exercise habits, as well as your whole body functioning.  Chiropractors asses the mobility and health of the joints in your spine as well as the other joints in your body!  This style of treatment is what makes Chiropractic care unique in the field of health care! Dr. Campbell incorporates muscle and myofascial treatments into her appointments in order to get you

Vertebral Joint Dysfunction - What is it?

The most simple explanation of Vertebral Joint Dysfunction is that your joint is "stuck"(not moving properly) and the muscles surrounding it are tight. This causes pain in the joint, and a "stiff" feeling in the region of joint dysfunction. There are different levels of severity. Most people that come in for regular adjustments will have mild to moderate joint dysfunction in their problem areas, which will be fairly simple to adjust and to relax the surrounding muscles. In

All About Ankle Sprains - Taping video at the bottom!

About Ankle Sprains Ankle sprains are one of the most common injuries to the lower body.  The most common way to sprain an ankle is by stepping onto an uneven surface and rolling the outside of the foot inward.  Ankle sprains can be as minimal as including mild swelling and pain for a few days, or as severe as to completely tear apart one or more ligaments into two pieces.  Ankle sprains can involve any number of the four ligaments supporting the joint. Dr. Campbell has a gre