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Tightness in the Trapezius

By Jeffrey Haynes | November 29, 2016 |

So much of solving musculoskeletal dysfunction and, consequently, dispelling pain, begins with relearning what was lost. It begins with unlearning bad habits which have accumulated due to laziness and learning how to use your muscles in harmony so that no one part of the body is assuming more burden than it should. This is especially…

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Self Care

Why Plank?

By Jeffrey Haynes | November 26, 2016 |

Planking is a super exercise that has blown up in popularity during recent years and, while plank-offs on YouTube make for exciting competition, the greatest thing about planking is that you can challenge yourself from the comfort of your home. As far as value per minute goes, the plank is one of the most efficient…

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Anatomy of Pain: the Upper Back Edition

By Jeffrey Haynes | November 23, 2016 |

The thoracic spine, which corresponds to what we consider the upper back, is a region of relative stability and little motion. Compressive forces are few and far between as compared to the lower back and, as such, the more common spinal disorders tend to not affect the upper back. That being said, anyone who works…

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Movement as Medicine

By Jeffrey Haynes | November 22, 2016 |

Medicine doesn’t come cheap, but movement does, and from the chiropractor’s perspective, simply getting up and going for a walk could be the best value-for-money you can put into your body on a daily basis. At Haynes Chiropractic, we believe that every human needs to move well and often and to this end, we offer…

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By Jeffrey Haynes | November 16, 2016 |

Sciatica is a condition characterized by pain, numbness and tingling that affects the lower back, hip and legs and is most often caused by compression of spinal nerve roots in the lower back. Anyone who has experienced it once has experienced it enough- the limited range of motion, dull achy feelings and shooting pains can…

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Posture and Hamstrings

By Jeffrey Haynes | November 11, 2016 |

Sitting is already the worst position for your spine- imagine if we lived in a world that required us to sit for most of our waking days? This is already a reality for a large part of the populace and the demographic is growing. What’s more is that, regardless of whether our jobs require it…

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How Diet Creates Muscle Tension

By Jeffrey Haynes | November 6, 2016 |

Muscle tension is not a way of life, but it does define many people’s lives who suffer from the knots of tension that accumulate naturally throughout the day. Posture and exercise aside (these being the 2 other greatest factors), there is an even more direct way that you can affect the severity and quantity of…

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Swimming for Spinal Health

By Jeffrey Haynes | October 31, 2016 |

From a chiropractor’s perspective, when it comes time to get more activity into your life, swimming should be a top contender. The reason? Swimming is a healthy aerobic exercise that helps you shed weight and feel great without the joint damage inherent in more jarring activities such as running. You can start at your own…

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A Stable Core

By Jeffrey Haynes | October 30, 2016 |

What does your core mean to you? For many people, “the core,” refers to an ambiguous group of muscles in the middle of the body that can be turned into a six-pack with enough crunches. In reality, the core is a complex network of muscle groups that influence almost every single movement you may perform…

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Breathing made Easier

By Jeffrey Haynes | October 21, 2016 |

Breathing is our most essential bodily function: every last cell in the body needs a constantly refreshing supply of oxygen in order to stay alive, let alone produce the energy needed to perform their biological function and keep your systems working smoothly. And if respiration is so vital, then the main muscle involved in the…

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