Author Archive | Kay Martinex

Homeschooling Ergonomics

Article by Daniel Osborn, D.C. In our tech savvy society, we are constantly considering our own workplace ergonomics. You may have a standing desk, an ergonomic mouse and keyboard, an anti-fatigue mat, a lumbar support pillow, and a proper office chair. Now that we are mostly working from home our ergonomic situation has become a […]

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Neck Pain and Upper Crossed Syndrome (UCS)

Article by Daniel Osborn, D.C. Upper Crossed Syndrome (UCS) occurs when the muscles and overlying fascia of the upper back, neck, and shoulders become deformed as a result of poor posture. The posture correlated with UCS is described as when the head drifts forward to the point where it is no longer aligned vertically over […]

Sanitizing, Social Distancing, and Telehealth

As we ramp up the re-opening of our office, I want our patients to know they are safe.  Here are some of the procedures we are following for your protection: Using EPA-approved cleaners. The cleaners must have chemicals approved by the EPA, which you can find on this list by clicking here. This list headed up […]

Natural ways to calm your anxious mind and telehealth

If you’re one of the millions of people who struggle with anxiety, you know how it controls your every moment. Experiencing an episode of anxiety can feel like being imprisoned by your thoughts, weighed down in your own body, and feeling frantic for “no apparent reason.” Whether you’ve been diagnosed with anxiety or experience anxious thoughts […]

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Your immune system

Humans have been thriving for thousands of years and fighting off all kinds of infectious disease. How is this possible? Well, let’s take a brief look at how amazing our immune defenses are. Our bodies have several levels of defenses. Our skin is the first barrier for when a virus tries to enter. The mucous layer […]

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