1. Working From Home — Stress and the Nervous System

    While many people dream of transitioning to a work-from-home schedule, that shift can introduce new types of stress into your life. When it comes to your body, stress might feel like something that won’t take a physical toll on your overall well being. But stress can actually make a lasting impact…Read More

  2. Working From Home — Stretches for Spine Health

    Incorporating stretches into your work from home routine is a powerful way to ensure your spine health. But knowing where to start when it comes to chiropractic stretches can be challenging. At Senara Health and Healing Center & Spa, our chiropractic and acupuncture center is here to provide an …Read More

  3. Working From Home — Evaluating Your Computer Desk Posture

    With many office positions transitioning to work-from-home models, you want to make sure you’re still maintaining good posture that properly supports your back and joints. Our mantra at Senara Health and Healing Center & Spa is “Live Life Well.” A large part of that involves keeping your m…Read More

  4. Athletes Who Benefit From Recurring Chiropractic Care, Part Two

    While chiropractic care is great for all ages and types of people, regular chiropractic visits can be extremely beneficial for athletes to both help prevent injuries and decrease recovery time from sports-related injuries. In our first part of this two-part series, we’ve already discussed some of …Read More

  5. Athletes Who Benefit From Recurring Chiropractic Care, Part One

    Chiropractic care is a natural way to help your body recover from injuries or certain illnesses and diseases. For athletes, recovery from and prevention of sports-related injuries is crucial in helping them maintain their strength and performance. We’ve already talked chiropractic care for athlete…Read More

  6. Surviving Your Desk Job: Tips To Avoid Back Pain

    How often lately have you seen news stories about the benefits of finding the right ergonomic desk setup, the hazards of sitting all day, and how “tech neck” is causing major pain for an increasing number of workers? With all of that being thrown our way, it probably feels like working a desk jo…Read More

  7. What To Do When Purses and Bags Cause Back Pain

    In some cases, back pain has a clear cause. Whiplash from a car accident, taking a hard fall, and other personal injury accidents can all lead to back pain — but not all back pain has such clear causes. Everyday concerns like poor posture can just as easily bring about acute and chronic back pain …Read More

  8. Side Sleeper Struggles — Fighting Pain Caused By Poor Sleep Postures

    There are few better feelings than gently waking up on your own — no blaring alarm, no pets whining, no kids playing loudly — after a solid eight hours of sleep. Right? If you find that feeling hard to come by, don’t immediately jump to blaming your kids or your playful pup. Sure, they may pla…Read More

  9. Strength Training, Exercise, and Pain Management – Exercising Safely After An Injury

    Any injury, no matter how small, calls for change to your usual habits. Dealing with carpal tunnel syndrome may mean adjusting your desk’s ergonomic setup. Recovering from a sprained ankle means staying off that limb for a time. As you heal and your pain diminishes, it’s understandable that you …Read More

  10. Protecting Your Joints: The Value In Changing Up Exercise Routines

    Do you have a strict fitness routine, something you manage to stick to even when on vacation or around the holidays? Great! Half the battle toward better health is finding a routine that you can — and will — stick to. That routine is going to better help you get out and care for your health even…Read More