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A Time of Expanding Perspectives

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I realized the other day when my neck was knotted up and I had a headache creeping up the right […]

How to Care for Our Muscles and Joints: Part 1

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This is the first of a 3-part blog series on caring for yourself between chiropractic visits Written by Dr. Kelley […]

What Does a “Rib Out” Mean?

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Written By Dr. Megumi Moskowitz Symptoms and Causes of a ‘Rib Out’ A commonly used chiropractic terminology “rib out” actually […]

The Diagnosis of Chronic Pain

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The link between physical and emotional pain We all bring different histories to present time. ‘Our body keeps score,’ as […]

The Importance of Vitamin D

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Portland’s winter months are fast approaching. With the winter season comes shorter daylight hours and overcast skies that offer minimal […]

The Benefits of Belly Breathing

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Take a deep breath in through your nose and breathe out through your mouth. When was the last time you […]

Foot strength and flexibility

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The human foot is an evolutionary masterpiece; it has far more function then what we give it credit for. Our […]

Keep those wings down

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With computer work being an unavoidable part of most of our daily lives, we are seeing an increasing number of […]

Dr. Karvonen’s essential travel tips

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Travel tips from Europe Taking a break from Portland life, my husband Joe Alexander, owner of Counseling on Burnside, and […]

Morning Stiffness—Osteoarthritis or Disuse?

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Most of us have experienced it— waking up after a good night’s rest and, instead of leaping vibrantly out of […]

BONE HEALTH: You’re never too old or young to start.

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Bones are living tissue whose cells regenerate every ten years. What we eat, what we do or don’t do has […]

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