Chiropractic Health

The Zen of Spinal Decompression

 What is Spinal Decompression?  This is a term frequently thrown around but hardly understood by those who can really benefit from the procedure. Spinal Decompression is a type of traction therapy that gently stretches the spine, in return reducing the pressure placed on your discs. Non-surgical Spinal Decompression can be used for patients with herniated or bulging […]

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Your Posture Looks like Crap

Remember that time(s) your Mom told you to “Sit up straight”? Well, what was once a simple yet irritating demand from your Mom is now even more significant as everyday life ruins posture everywhere. An individual with good posture keeps proper spinal alignment in all sitting, standing, and lying positions. Bad posture is a result […]

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Preventing CrossFit Injuries

In 2006, I started my career in Sports Medicine and have since had the privilege of working with some of Houston’s professional athletes to being team Chiropractor/Athletic Trainer for a local high school and Houston running clubs. I have also been extremely blessed to treat some of the top competitors in past CrossFit Games. Participating […]

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50 Shades of Whey

If you do a search on Google for “whey protein” over 8 million results will be delivered to you in less than a second. Which one are you going to choose? Or maybe someone you follow on Instagram (#FitFam) uses a certain supplement and their results are so awesome that you decide to use their […]

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Mobility Essentials

Mobility is classified as the accessibility and limit of joint movement through range of motion (ROM) within a given physical routine. Why is Mobility Important? It’s simple; no mobility equals poor technique. Mobility provides athletes with improved posture and a potentially vast ROM span as well as decreased risk of injury. At Canada Chiropractic, a […]

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The 5 W’s of Kinesio Tape

Many people may have seen professional athletes cover tender areas with colorful tape such as famed Chicago Bull Derrick Rose and soccer all-star Mario Balotelli. These strands are pieces of Kinesio Tape which are heavily used in the active community among injured or recovering athletes. Developed in 1979 by Japanese chiropractor, Dr. Kenzo Kase, Kinesio […]

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When To Seek Help For Sports Injuries

The mere thought of an injury can make any athlete cringe. Aside from the physical pain associated with impairments, sports injuries threaten the active routine, progress, and shake the emotional stability of athletes. Chronic and Acute Injuries At Canada Chiropractic, we’ve seen our share of acute and chronic athletic injuries. These injuries are quite common […]

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