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Boost Your Immune System For Cold/Flu Season
Back to Function is a healthcare office that cares about more than just the health of your spine, as we care about your overall health and well-being. As a result, we encourage daily exercise and healthy nutrition habits in addition to chiropractic care and soft tissue therapy. Part of being a healthy human, is having a … Continue reading Boost Your Immune System For Cold/Flu Season
Your Mouth is for Eating & Your Nose is for Breathing
Most of us will take approximately 20,000 breaths today, but never give those breaths a thought. Breathing is an automated function of the nervous system, but is complex and affects all parts of the body. When you breathe, you are using the body’s respiratory system to bring air into your lungs. Respiratory System The respiratory … Continue reading Your Mouth is for Eating & Your Nose is for Breathing
Can the Way I Breathe be Causing My Back Pain?
Can the way I breathe be causing my back pain? What is belly breathing and why does it help? How do I brace my core? What is diaphragmatic breathing and why is it so important? Well let’s answer a few of these questions together…. But first we must take a look at what breathing does … Continue reading Can the Way I Breathe be Causing My Back Pain?
Buteyko Method of Breathing
Most of us are totally unaware of our breathing. That is probably a good thing as we take approximately 20,000 breaths per day! Because breathing is auto-regulated, when we start to develop breathing disorders, it would be like doing an exercise in the gym incorrectly at 20,000 repetitions per day! Stress, anxiety and emotions all … Continue reading Buteyko Method of Breathing
Breathing to Correct Posture and Alleviate Pain
Luckily, breathing is an automatic action performed by the body that we don’t really have to think about too much. Breathing plays a key role in both posture and spinal stabilization. But just because it is automated, doesn’t mean that we will never have issues with breathing. In fact, a recent study demonstrated that 75% … Continue reading Breathing to Correct Posture and Alleviate Pain