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  • Tips on Muscle and Back Fitness
    Corrective Exercise Many people limit their movement when they have back pain because they fear worsening their condition. However, targeted exercises can reduce symptoms and mitigate future occurrences. Use of kinetic Read more
  • AGAIN "WATER"
    How much is the correct amount of water to drink per day?  What is the best method of supply?  The most important technique is to drink small amounts often, not large Read more
  • NOW THIS JOINT IS JUMPING
    The beneficial effects of glucosamine sulfate used in Europe more than 60 years ago were initially ignored. Today, it’s called the cure for arthritis by some and “no help” by Read more
  • IS BREAKFAST REALLY IMPORTANT--YES
    A study, approximately 1 year ago, on the affects of a good morning meal concluded that breakfast is not important enough to warrant doing your best not to skip it Read more
  • Healthy Living
    THE LEARNING CURVE It is end of spring semester at colleges and universities.  Prior to the final for my class I will review for the cumulative final.  I will show the Read more
  • HOW TO INCREASE WATER INTAKE AND LIMIT "OUT-TAKE"
    It is a complaint I will hear from old and young, male and female patients time and again.  "I am feeling achy, fatigued and have clouded thinking."  Barring any physiological Read more
  • REHAB SAFELY WITH ISOMETRIC SQUATS
    The time required to adequately recover from knee injury or surgery can seem endless when you’re accustomed to regular exercise. The typical response is to assume that you will need Read more
  • SHOVEL SNOW AND SURVIVE
    SNOW SHOVEL SURVIVAL Snow in mid March!  Follow some rules, do not rush the job.  This usually brings along strains of the body in various locations.  General body ache post shoveling.  Read more
  • PAUSE FOR A CAUSE
    As the seasons change, this year seemingly sooner than ever, you may experience post-exercise spasms or cramps as you increase exercise intensity and frequency.  After your workout and shower, an Read more
  • THE LEARNING CURVE
    It is end of spring semester at most colleges and universities.  I will give my class their final next week.  This past class, we reviewed for the cumulative final.  I Read more
  • HEALTH AND FITNESS ENCOURAGEMENT
    A healthy diet, maintained over months and years, provides across-the-board benefits for fitness and wellness.  This newsletter is a good "pep talk" for your health! http://midtownnycchiro.com/index.php?newsletters=28635 Read more
  • HOLIDAY EATING STRATEGY
    It is that time of year, Thanksgiving to New Year and the parties and festive meals begin to dominate your schedule.  The focus here is to give you a strategy Read more
  • TIME TO ALTER VITAMIN DOSE ONCE AGAIN
    The winter to spring change in season brings many positives.  We see the grass as the snow melts, the days finally begin to warm and sun light starts to feel Read more
  • TO COMPRESS OR NOT TO COMPRESS---THAT IS THE QUESTION.
    TO COMPRESS OR NOT TO COMPRESS---THAT IS THE QUESTION…. Athletic fashion has seen a rise in the wearing of compression sleeves and shorts.  The added athletic clothing has been seen in Read more
  • Core or not to Core
    CORE CONDITIONING Another current “in” fitness movement appears to be core conditioning that trains the trunk, both front and back. Exercises for the abdominal region, neck and chest are, of course, Read more
  • FLU SEASON--WHAT2DO!
    FLU SEASON 2018 I am asked daily “Why does it seem that the flu this year is worse than prior years?”  Recent reports have explained that the vaccine for Read more

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