1. CrossFit and Chiropratic Care

    If you have driven on Tchoupitoulas lately, you will notice that some of the warehouses that were abandoned years ago have had a major makeover and have turned into CrossFit gyms. CrossFit is a fitness regimen that includes continuously varied functional movements performed at high intensity. These movements reflect the best aspects of gymnastics, weightlifting, running, rowing, and more. The comm…Read More

  2. The Experienced Kenner Chiropractor

    Chiropractic Care For More Than Just Your Spine Many people suffer from joint pain, backaches, and headaches and continuously take over the counter pain relievers as a band-aid for their problems. Millions of people around the world have experienced the incredible benefits of chiropractic care. Chiropractic care is holistic, non-invasive, and has been shown to help treat dozens of different condit…Read More

  3. Tendonitis: A Common Problem Amongst Musicians

    Louisiana is known for its great food, southern hospitality, unique forestry and wildlife and of course: Music. Musicians thrive in the state of Louisiana simply because music thrives here. Louisiana gave America Jazz, and it lays claim to producing music legends such as Louis Armstrong, Sidney Bechet, Buddy Bolden and Wynton Marsalis. Jazz isn’t the only musical genre to come out of Louisiana. …Read More

  4. Don’t Look Back On Back Pain

    Move Forward with Chiropractic Care More than 100 million Americans suffer from chronic back pain which has fueled a $100 billion per year back pain industry in the US. The suggested treatment is usually unnecessary painkillers, injections, muscle-relaxers, and surgeries. Now more than ever, people are seeking chiropractic treatment. More than 30 million people annually receive chiropractic adjust…Read More

  5. Minimally Invasive Pain Management for Bursitis & Beyond

    Hut, Hut, Ouch! It’s that time of year that Louisiana comes alive: Football Season. Football enthusiasts all across the state gather around their televisions, venture out to sports bars and even if you are not a sports person, it’s an excuse to eat your lots of good food and enjoy a beer. Football players love their job for a good reason. They train year-round to maintain their strength, speed…Read More

  6. Hard Hats Don’t Prevent All Injuries

    Recent data from the Louisiana Workforce Commission revealed that over the past year, construction was the fastest-growing area of employment in Louisiana. In fact, the construction industry added over 9,000 jobs in the past three years. Although these jobs are employing thousands of people while building and remodeling businesses, homes, and community centers; they brings about work-related injur…Read More

  7. Jobs With Common Workplace Injuries

    We’re all liable to suffer an accident at work, but some accidents in some workplaces can be costlier than others. While there are some jobs like police officer or firefighter that immediately come to mind when we hear the word “dangerous,” there are quite a few other jobs that pose a significant threat through more common workplace injuries. Dockyards and Ports With tight spaces, dangerous …Read More

  8. Finding The Best Chiropractor New Orleans Can Offer

    What To Do When Finding A New Chiropractor While there are plenty of reasons why someone would want to see a chiropractor, that doesn’t mean they should ever settle for any practitioner and call it a day. For long-term relief, you should look for someone who is sure to represent the kind of quality chiropractor New Orleans can offer. Helping you out with daily pain and discomfort should always t…Read More

  9. Common Workplace Injuries

    Over 12,500 people suffer from workplace injuries in the United States every day. While this number is extremely unsettling, it mostly shows that a workplace injury could happen to anyone at any time. When it comes to the average 9-5 job, the most common workplace injuries include: Overexertion Injuries from overexertion occur mainly from carrying, pulling, lifting, and throwing heavy objects. Whi…Read More