Yoga and Chiropractic
Thomas Chiropractic Blog
by Jared Thomas
5M ago
Yoga & Chiropractic One of the more common questions I get in my chiropractic practice is, “How do I hold an adjustment?” What they mean is what can they do to make it so that they don’t feel like they need an adjustment every day or two. They want to know how they can maintain good joint movement, proper muscle function, and decreased pain. The answer is to stabilize the spine by training the joints and the muscles to work in harmony. Chiropractic is great at moving the joints and relaxing muscles but you have to challenge muscles to get them to respond correctly. One of the absolute be ..read more
Visit website
New Booking Website
Thomas Chiropractic Blog
by Jared Thomas
2y ago
To book your new patient visit, use this link https://bookedin.com/book/thomas-chiropractic ..read more
Visit website
Thoughts On the Coronavirus and All Infectious Diseases
Thomas Chiropractic Blog
by Jared Thomas
2y ago
As with anything that dominates the twenty-four-hour news cycle, the Coronavirus or COVID-19 has a spectrum of concern. Please educate yourself on this virus by checking out the CDC’s website. I am writing to give my thoughts from a holistic healthcare provider and, hopefully, a reasonable perspective to help you navigate the fear while still protecting yourself. You are starting to see memes about surviving the latest end of the world. Let’s be honest, every few years the news goes crazy about some infectious disease that could wipe out entire populations. The disease runs its course, many ar ..read more
Visit website
7 Things You Need to Know About Plantar Fasciitis
Thomas Chiropractic Blog
by Jared Thomas
2y ago
Photo by Anne Nygård on Unsplash Plantar fasciitis is one of the most common and painful foot conditions.  It is treatable but the longer you go without taking care of it, the harder it is to get back to normal. Here is a list of seven things you should know if you think you have plantar fasciitis. What is plantar fasciitis? Anatomists use plantar to refer to the sole of the foot. Fascia is a thin sheath of connective tissue that encases  and connects structures in the body. The plantar fascia is located in the sole of the foot and connects the front of the foot to the heel and ac ..read more
Visit website
Massage and Chiropractic
Thomas Chiropractic Blog
by Jared Thomas
2y ago
Just about everyday I get asked whether it would be a good idea to get a massage. Almost always my answer is absolutely! I am a big fan of massage as a healing art and a therapy. As with all professions, there are very good practitioners and some that are not so great. I have, of course, known patients who have been to massage therapists that caused more discomfort and may have even caused some tissue damage. However, most therapists do a good job helping people relax their muscles, free their fascia, move their lymph, etc. Remember, massage therapists in the State of California are licensed a ..read more
Visit website

Follow Thomas Chiropractic Blog on FeedSpot

Continue with Google
Continue with Apple
OR