Is cracking your back bad for you? Santa Clara expert explains.

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Almost everyone has experienced it at some time or another. Be it after a tenuous car ride or after several hours sitting at a desk, the satisfying feeling of twisting your back and hearing the little pop sound is almost euphoric. Not only is the sound satisfying, but generally cracking your back relieves stiffness and…

Ergonomics Explained by top Santa Clara Chiropractor.

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Ergonomics may seem like a complicated concept, however at its very core, ergonomics basic principle is that it analyzes human environment and optimizes it to preserve human well-being and performance. Its aim is to educate people about how their body works and to reduce the little everyday stressors we encounter in everyday life. These stressors…

What is Rock tape? Local Santa Clara Chiropractor explains

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Kinesiology Tape Kinesiology tape, commonly known as Rock tape can do wonders when applied correctly. Though simple in concept, the effects of taping can be multifaceted. At the most basic level, the adhesive properties of the latex free tape separate the dermis layer of the skin from the muscle layer. This assists in relieving pressure from…

Local ART specialist in Santa Clara

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What is ART? ART, also known as Active Release Technique, is a hands-on technique that treats scaring and impairments in soft tissue (muscles, tendons, fascia, ligaments, and nerves). ART requires precision and lots of training. As the only soft tissue therapy that has ever been patented, only certified ART experts such as Dr. Grossman are fully qualified…

Text Neck

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​​     According to a study lead by Hojun Yeom, “every 2.5 cm the head moves forward, it gains 0.45 kg in weight” this can have serious implication on bodily function as vital lung capacity can be reduced up to 30%. Many reports of cervical and upper thoracic spinal diseases– specifically forward head posture (FHP), have been…