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Chest Up. Strong Back.

Introducing Dr. Jay Wagoner

We are super excited to share this amazing news of growing our team. Dr. Jay Wagoner is a 2010 graduate from Clarke University with a Psychology degree (BA) and a 2011 graduate from University of Dubuque with a Biology (BS) degree with focus in Pre-Medical studies. While in college, he was a part of the…
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COVID-19 update

ANNOUNCEMENT  Covid-19 Update The most recent article from the Centre Daily Times has revealed a confirmed case in Centre County by the PA Department of Health. Due to this announcement and last nights notice from Governor Wolf, we will be making the difficult decision to restrict our business efforts to EMERGENCY APPOINTMENTS ONLY. We will be closed to all routine…
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COVID-19 Tips from Taipei

Below is a Facebook post from an acquaintance who is living abroad….  Hi to all American friends and family: I wanted to share some tips on how to protect yourself from COVID-19 (Corona virus). After reading alot of news from the States, it seems there’s a much to say about the virus outbreak, but not much information…
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Change your mind, Change your life!

“This pain will never go away.” “I can’t do that.” “I don’t have the time.” “No one can help me. I’ve been everywhere.” “Tell my spouse, it’s their fault.” Today is a reflection point of every decision we have ever made in our entire life. When patients are unhealthy, unhappy, and pessimistic on an approach…
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New Year’s Wellness Package

Starting January 2020 we welcome a new offering of combining Chiropractic services and Rehabilitation workouts to our patients to leverage and pair well with your New Year’s Resolutions. Happiness from health is a direct connection. When someone wants to make a change to be healthier and feel better, it takes action. When they see results, every area…
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Pushups for Heart Health

Those who can do 40 or more pushups at one time have a 96% reduced risk of heart attack, heart disease, and stroke! Dr. Kales, a health professor at Harvard, stated “the more pushups you can do, the less likely you were to have a heart disease event.” Cardiovascular disease and stroke are the leading causes of…
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What is cupping?

Cupping, coming from traditional Chinese medicine, is a belief that certain health problems can be caused by stagnant blood and poor energy flow throughout the body. Cups are applied to the skin to create pressure which in turn sucks the skin upward. It improves blood circulation in the set area by attracting immune cells (fresh…
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Supplement with Collagen

Collagen is the main structural protein in connective tissue. Connective tissue is the material that makes up tendons, ligaments, and skin. In mammals, collagen is the most abundant protein since it accounts for about 35% of your whole body protein. Unfortunately, as we age the production of collagen slows down making supplementation a reasonable option. Due to…
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What is Mobility?

What is Mobility? Most of us have heard the term ‘mobility’ but don’t know what it actually means. Mobility is defined as the ability to move freely and easily. Now that we have the definition of mobility, then what is the difference between mobility and flexibility? Flexibility refers to a muscle’s ability to lengthen where…
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What Caused My Headache?

Q: Why do I get headaches? ???? ???? Ever wonder, what causes your headaches? Well, WE do! Here is a short list of just some of the potential causes: Dehydration Fatigue / Lethargy aka “Tired” Cervical Spine Subluxation Prescription Medication Stress (family, work, etc.) First Rib Subluxation Abnormal Blood Pressure Tense Neck / Upper back…
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