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How Ballet Dancing Can Lead to Hammer Toe and How to Prevent It

Ballet dancing is a great skill that only a few people can master, and, if you're one of them, you want to be the best. However, if you aren't careful, you could develop hammer toe. This painful condition causes your toe to point upward, rather than straight, and can devastate a dancing career. Taking care of your feet can stop this from developing. What Causes Hammer Toe? Hammer toe occurs when the middle joint of a toe is dislocated and allows the toe to shoot upward. Read More 

Is Chiropractic Therapy Effective For Treating Kyphosis?

Kyphosis is a spinal disorder frequently seen in older women, characterized by a pronounced slouch or hunch to the upper spine. This condition is typically progressive and can interfere with regular activities like walking, lifting objects, and even sleeping. If your daily life is being negatively impacted by kyphosis but you aren't a good candidate for surgery, you may be interested in other options to manage or even slow down your kyphosis. Read More 

Why Stress Might Be Causing Your Irregular Periods

Irregular periods can be hard to deal with and can occur to women of all ages. If your periods have been irregular for the last few months, you may be wondering what is causing this. While there are a number of things that can cause irregular periods, stress is one of these causes. If you have been under a lot of stress for months, this could be the cause of your problem. Read More 

3 Treatment Strategies For PCOS

Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is one of the most common endocrine disorders affecting women. Since the symptoms can vary, a problem is often not apparent until trying to conceive. It is best to determine if you have PCOS early and start working on a treatment plan. Identify Problems Early It is in your best interest to have the discussion about PCOS with your gynecologist well before you plan to start a family. Read More 

Camping This Summer? Don’t Let Back Pain Get You Down

If you have plans of packing up your tent, sleeping bag and a cooler to head out for a weekend of camping this summer, you shouldn't let your fear of this activity worsening your back pain intimidate you. While it's true that camping isn't necessarily the best activity for those with sore backs, you can prepare carefully and be smart on your camping trip to reduce the risk of your back pain worsening. Read More