2017 Autumn Newsletter


Welcome To Our Healthy Back Autumn Newsletter!

Back Pain can keep you from enjoying the upcoming hot temperatures and fall activities. Read our tips below to get ready for Autumn! And follow us on Facebook & Twitter.

Back Pain Doesn’t Have To Keep You Down.

Whether you’ve had spinal surgery or just beginning to have back pain, there are tips and tricks you can use to avoid unnecessary pain and suffering. Problems with your spine, such as herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, back and leg pain, can have a profound impact on you quality of life. This newsletter, my staff, and I are at your service to help you with all of your spinal care needs.

Patients who have a back problem are encouraged to honestly evaluate their weight. Reducing it may be the solution they have been looking for.

The approach of winter that seems to aggravate aches and pains, especially neck and back pain. Is it the just the ‘winter blues,’ or does colder weather really aggravate discomfort and pain in the spine and neck? Read on for more information.

Tingling or pain in the arm or leg can indicate one or more serious spinal problems, including spinal stenosis, herniated disc, and degenerative disc disease. If you experience an unexplained tingling feeling, be sure and discuss it with your doctor.

The perfect recipe for a tasty, hearty, roasted butternut squash soup! The squash is cut in half and roasted in the the oven without peeling.