Your safety is our #1 priority. We offer online webinars and CDC compliant in-person seminars.

Shoulder and Neck Pain

Posted on May 14th 2021

Many people experience neck and shoulder pain together, as these areas of the body are intrinsically connected. Poor posture increases the load on the cervical spine, which leads to neck pain, and rounds the upper back, which causes shoulder pain. Today’s dependence on technology is a leading cause of chronic neck and shoulder pain. Desk jobs, constant texting, and frequent laptop usage all contribute to poor posture.

read more

Effective Ways to Relieve Joint Pain

Posted on Apr 21st 2021

Chronic pain is a common health issue that negatively impacts mobility and mental health, reducing the overall quality of life. While chronic pain is common, relief is possible with the right approach. We’ve made a list of effective ways to combat chronic pain that doesn’t involve surgery or pain medication!

read more

Neuropathy is a Progressive Disease That Gets Worse Over Time

Posted on Mar 24th 2021

Recognizing the stages of neuropathy and acting quickly to seek treatment can mean the difference between returning to health and losing a limb. Peripheral Neuropathy, like many chronic conditions, worsens over time, and the progressive stages of neuropathy are not always easy to recognize.

read more

Self Care Can Help You Manage the Stress of Neuropathy

Posted on Mar 24th 2021

How are you feeling? Really feeling? The physical and emotional stress of neuropathy can take its toll. Try these coping strategies to manage your symptoms and take care of yourself.

read more

How to Avoid Neck Pain at the Office

Posted on Mar 18th 2021

If your job requires you to sit at your desk for extended periods of time, you’re not unlike many other workers across the nation. Unfortunately, sitting 40 hours a week is not ideal for physical health. Poor posture and the sedentary lifestyle that is common with desk job workers can lead to a variety of aches, pains, injuries, and spinal issues. Neck pain is a common complaint, affecting more than 10% of the general population.

read more