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Happy February everyone!

It's the "Month of Love," and while it's fun to show appreciation to our loved ones (especially around Valentine's Day), we want to make sure you are taking care of yourself too. We know it's easy to get wrapped in our busy lives with work, family, and other commitments that we forget to care for ourselves sometimes--okay, most of the time.   

Practicing self-care is so important for our physical,...

Motivation in the New Year

They say it takes 21 days to make or break a habit. Would you agree?

We're a few weeks into 2019 now, so how have you been holding up on any resolutions you made for this year?

For most of us, making too many drastic changes can cause us to get overwhelmed and revert back to old habits. If that's the case, we recommend starting out slow with some simple changes or taking on only one major goal at a time. 

So to help you...

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Raise your hand if you went into the new year with the motto, "new year, new me."

On the first of the year, you probably took the approach to do a complete 180 of your daily routine in nutrition, exercise, spending habits, and more. However, most of us have the tendency to bite off more than we can chew with our New Year's resolutions and ultimately makes us feel like those goals can never be attainable. 

So now that we're a...

How to Get Your Health Back on Track After the Holidays

Hopefully, you took the time this holiday season to enjoy time with your family and friends and eat some yummy, happy food without worrying too much about calories and overloading on carbs. Though stuffing yourself during the seasonal festivities isn't the best idea, enjoying good food with family and friends is something to be cherished. But now you are probably ready to kick back into a healthy routine, and there are some simple ways you...

How to Stay Healthy During the Holidays

There are a lot of reasons to love winter: the holidays, family, and getting ready for the new year. Bonus: not having to deal with the snow!

But there's another side to winter, too—cold and flu season.

As much as we may wish we could, none of us can wrap ourselves in a bubble and avoid all of the germs going around. But you can take steps to increase the likelihood that you'll be one of the "lucky ones" who escape the misery....

Tips for a Happy, Healthy Thanksgiving

All of us at AFC Physical Medicine & Chiropractic Centers wish you a happy, healthy Thanksgiving! We hope you enjoy the time with those who matter most and not stress about indulging too much. How you eat on Thanksgiving Day does not determine your health; how you eat the other 364 days of the year does.

Here are some tips for making the special day healthier:

1. Eat breakfast.

Start your day as usual...

10 Ways to Reduce Migraine Symptoms, Naturally

Migraines aren't typical headaches. 

If you experience them, you're probably familiar with the pounding pain, nausea, and sensitivity to light and sound. When a migraine strikes, you'll do almost anything to make it go away. 

Natural remedies are a drug-free way to reduce migraine symptoms. These at-home treatments may help prevent migraines or at least help reduce their severity and duration:


Why You Should Consider Trigger Point Therapy

Almost everyone has experienced a tight muscle that feels like a knot.

This knot is known as a "trigger point." Trigger points are not only a cause of a lot of back pain and shoulder pain but often a sign of underlying spinal problems. Trigger points are painful and restrict proper nerve and blood flow to your organs and tissues. If a trigger point is left untreated, scarring, loss of strength and range of motion, and...