When you say yes to something, what are you saying no to? You make many choices each and every day and although we control our choices in life, we do not control the consequences of the choices. When it comes to your health what are you saying yes to? Are you saying yes to energy…
This is the time of year everyone gets a second chance to put in place their New Year’s resolution. Spring has sprung and warmer weather is on the way and that means less clothes. How do you look? Do you need to shed some winter pounds and get healthier?
Eating better and exercising was on everyone’s New Year’s Resolution back in January.
Health Advantage Physical Medicine of Pasadena Wins 2017 Spectrum Award for Excellence in Customer Service
Dennis Buckley, DC, Founder and Director of Health Advantage Physical Medicine, is pleased to announce the practice’s recent honor of being a 2017 Spectrum Award for Excellence in Customer Service awardee. Only businesses with a four or five-star rating are eligible for the award, and Health Advantage Physical Medicine is proud of their five-star status…
Every March the NCAA holds their annual basketball championship and the event is known as MARCH MADNESS©. The top college teams play in an exciting and emotional tournament to crown the national champion.
Every day you play in the greatest game of all, the Game of LIFE. Like the basketball players you rely on your feet to get around and support you. Your feet are the foundation of your posture and function. If your feet are imbalanced or are not functioning correctly your whole body can suffer. That is why we are celebrating ARCH MADNESS promoting foot health and proper posture.
So, how are your New Year’s resolutions going? If you are like most people you start out with great intentions, excitement and commitment that this year is going to be different. Unfortunately, by February you are off track and not fulfilling your commitment to really make a change. Most New Year’s resolutions are the same…
People are living longer than they ever imagined.
Did you know that an estimated 50% of children born in the U.S. after the year 2000 will live to be 100 years old!
Your spine is, pardon the obvious pun, the backbone of your nervous system. It’s responsible for protecting nerves that relay electrical currents to and from the brain. The spinal column contains a thick network of nerves that feed to various parts of the body.
It is well documented that high levels of stress can contribute to heart disease, cancer, headaches, ulcers, digestive disturbances, backaches and nearly every other condition known to mankind.