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trigger point

Trigger Point Therapy: What’s it Good for?

By Jeffrey Haynes | October 19, 2016 |

In the adult human body, muscles make up between 60-70% of total body weight, meaning that there are a lot of them! Designed first for movement, a secondary purpose of the muscular system is to provide for maintenance of posture and body positioning. It’s no wonder that muscles are among the most sensitive parts of…

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pelvic tilt

The Power of the Pelvic Tilt

By Jeffrey Haynes | October 14, 2016 |

Lower back pain is epidemic and even the healthiest people we see in our office have had some experience with a stiff, achy lower back. While it maybe normal for a pregnant woman in the final trimester, an anterior pelvic tilt is not good news for anyone else. It is a positioning of the body…

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By Jeffrey Haynes | October 13, 2016 |

The syndrome of overtraining is a pitfall that only the human can have: under the influence of the reward system in the brain, we innately believe that more exercise should always bring more muscle or more stamina, but this is not always the case. There is a point of optimization beyond which you can actually…

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Athletic Performance Part 2

By Jeffrey Haynes | October 3, 2016 |

Regardless of your chosen sport, chiropractic can help keep your body in conducive shape for growing muscle, increasing stamina and avoiding injury. For competitors in high-impact, low-impact and no-impact sports, we can help ensure that your biomechanics are sound so that you can retain your maximum possible athletic advantage. Regular chiropractic helps to:  Maintain range…

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Athletic Performance

By Jeffrey Haynes | October 1, 2016 |

Everyone is their own type of athlete: no matter where you find yourself in the spectrum, from novice to Olympian, the endeavor to specialize in a sport and discipline the body and mind is always worthwhile. At Haynes Chiropractic, we want to support your athletic ambition by keeping your spine balanced and your body lithe…

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Text Neck

By Jeffrey Haynes | September 29, 2016 |

You read it right: text neck is now a viable ailment and it is causing the premature onset of spinal degeneration in many young people. Cell phones have become the preeminent device in our daily lives: business can be conducted, social engagements can be made, info can be accessed and things can be purchased from…

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A Healthy Weight

By Jeffrey Haynes | September 28, 2016 |

Here is a simple truth, of which the importance cannot be stressed enough: maintaining a healthy weight is the best thing you can do for yourself moving forward in life. Whatever your health goals, priorities or needs, they can probably be helped by learning how to keep off the excess pounds. A perfect example of…

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By Jeffrey Haynes | September 17, 2016 |

Walking is a profound activity: it gets us off our butt and out the door to interact with the day, to take part in the human experience, to see, hear and smell new things. But something equally profound happens to your musculoskeletal being during the average walk as well: every step you take is contributing…

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Netflix and Stretch

By Jeffrey Haynes | September 13, 2016 |

In the last post we discussed stretching on the job, which, when done correctly, should not get you in trouble with the boss. However, more humans than ever are seeking out electronic entertainment from the comfort of the couch, which means that after a day of trauma in the workplace, the spine is subject to…

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sitting posture

Stretching in the Workplace

By Jeffrey Haynes | September 7, 2016 |

Can you dedicate a few minutes out of every hour to keeping your body limber and inoculated against the worries of the workplace? It keeps your body free from the distraction of the pain, and increases circulation to all parts of the body including the brain, making you a more productive you. Whether its work…

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