Woodbury Spine Wellness Center

Boosting Your Family's Immune System for Back to School..

Date: August 20, 2018 | Time: 6:30am

By: Nicole Dockham It's that time of year... back to school! While it's always exciting to start a new year of school, it's also nerve wracking as a parent to think about all of the germs your child will be bombarded with as they head in to their new classroom. I worked in education for many years, and prior to being introduced to chiropractic, I would inevitably get very sick within a few weeks of the school year starting.... <view entire article>





Post-Workout Nutrition..

Date: August 13, 2018 | Time: 1:40pm

By: Tracy Brown, CPT You've just crushed your workout, and now your need to feed your body, but what to eat? You've worked hard and don't want to ruin that by eating just anything! It is important to consume the right nutrients after you exercise. The goal of your post workout meal is to: Reduce muscle fatigue Increase protein synthesis Reduct muscle protein breakdown Replenish muscle and liver glycogen stores Replace lost electrolytes Promote muscle growth and repair Support the immune system to handle the damage Your post workout.... <view entire article>





Patient Appreciation Day!..

Date: August 7, 2018 | Time: 12:11pm

At Woodbury Spine, we are gearing up this week for Thursday's Patient Appreciation Day! We have specials running all week (see below!) and be sure you're checking out ways to earn tickets for our raffles all week as well (also below)!! Have you been in for your adjustment or massage or workout this week? Did you check-in and comment on Facebook and vote for the Mascot Race? This year will our Patient Appreciation Day will be bigger and.... <view entire article>





Quit the Sit: Workplace Wellness..

Date: July 24, 2018 | Time: 12:32pm

When it comes to workplace wellness, we've heard (and seen) a lot of pretty alarming statistics: the average worker sits for 5 hours and 41 minutes per day. An average American sits for 11 hours a day! Each hour spent sitting reduces lifespan by 22 minutes. As a matter of fact, 20% of all deaths of people 35 and older are attributed to a lack of physical activity. Some ways to counteract these ill effects of "sitting disease".... <view entire article>





How Strong is Your Inner Core?..

Date: July 16, 2018 | Time: 4:00am

By: Kou Yang Most people don't realize that something as simple as breathing can be compromised if we don't have a strong inner core. Inner core muscles are comprised of the diaphragm, multifidus, transverse abdominis, and the pelvic floor. These four major muscles keep us sitting up straight, standing upright, and most importantly moving while breathing correctly. Breathing is such an important aspect in the body's ability to adapt to movement, as every living cell in our body needs oxygen, especially muscle.... <view entire article>





Paleo Chicken Burgers..

Date: July 9, 2018 | Time: 5:04am

By Gina Lawrence, Chiropractic Assistant Happy Summer!! It's grilling season, folks! If you're like me, I'm always looking for new healthy and seasonal recipes to make sure my health stays on track, especially during this season of parties, cookouts, and "vacation food"! A favorite recipe at our house is the paleo chicken burger. We love its juicy flavor, and ground chicken provides a nice, leaner option (similar to turkey) as an alternative to ground beef burgers. And best of all, it's.... <view entire article>





We've Got Your Back..

Date: July 2, 2018 | Time: 4:30am

By Beth Ann Henning, Massage Therapist In the two decades I have been a Massage Therapist, I have seen a lot of people dealing with back pain. Upper back, mid back, low back- you name it, I've seen it and assisted in the resolution. Quite often I am questioned as to the source. It varies from person to person; some sources are trauma such as a sport injury or auto accident. A source can be overuse, also from a sport.... <view entire article>





Lift Like a Pro..

Date: June 27, 2018 | Time: 8:03am

By: Travis Johnson, Chiropractic Intern A common position many Americans find themselves at work is in the sitting position: either in a chair or bending over to pick something up. Due to the demand of 40-hour work weeks, we find ourselves in these positions for a majority of the waking hours of our lives. Therefore, one of the greatest actions we can do for ourselves is to take charge.... <view entire article>