Do You Think You Have TMJ? How A Chiropractor Can Help

Posted on: 21 January 2015

Has your jaw been hurting enough lately that you suspect TMJ? If so, you'll want to look for some other tell-tale signs, such as a stiff neck, sore throat, bruxism, headaches, and aching ears; and, you'll want to visit your doctor. While prescribed medications can usually reduce the pain, you may want to try a more holistic approach: visiting a chiropractor. Even though chiropractors are known for helping back-related issues, they definitely can adjust your temporomandibular joint and give you some jaw-strengthening exercises. [Read More]

A Tummy Tuck Has Psychological And Physical Benefits

Posted on: 21 January 2015

You've lost a large amount of weight, which is awesome, but you're dismayed by the excess skin left behind in your midsection. You're aware of a surgical procedure that removes this skin, but you're hesitant to pursue the possibility. Consider the research, which supports the mental health benefits of this operation. You may feel better physically afterward as well, since that remaining skin and fat can be a heavy burden on your body. [Read More]

How To Make Immunizations Easier On Your Child

Posted on: 19 January 2015

When your child is very young the hardest part of taking them to get their immunizations is hearing them cry after they receive the shot. However, as they get older they will start to experience stress when they know they are going to be getting shots. This can make for a very difficult trip to the doctor. If your child has an immunizations appointment coming up, here are some things you can do to help make the trip less worrisome for them: [Read More]

What Should I Know Before Getting A Juvederm Voluma Treatment?

Posted on: 15 January 2015

Are you starting to have concern regarding your appearance as you get older? Maybe you've heard of people getting fillers but you really have no idea what that consists of. Juvederm Voluma is a type of filler that can help reduce the volume that can be lost in the cheeks and reduce some of the signs of aging. But like with any medical treatment, there are things that patients should know before signing on the dotted line with their approval. [Read More]