swimmer's ear

Keeping Swimmer’s Ear At Bay

Summertime offers many opportunities to take a break from the daily grind by spending family vacations near a lake, pool, or ocean. However, those relaxing ...
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growing pains

Growing Pains 411

Kids and adolescents physically develop at different paces.  While a well-researched and studied range of growth can be expected at specific age intervals, individual bodies ...
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Oh, Those Aching Ankles

Each of your feet contains 26 bones that form 33 joints, including the largest one in the region, your ankle. Together, these feet/ankle bones account ...
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“Pregnancy” Wrist, Yes, It’s A Thing

There are a plethora of well-known symptoms that present during pregnancy, but there is one lesser talked about one that many moms-to-be don’t realize is ...
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Headaches, Go Away!

Headaches can throw a wrench in everyone’s daily routines.  Overactivity or problems with pain-sensitive structures in your head and neck can cause them.  Headaches can ...
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CranioSacral Therapy

What is CranioSacral Therapy (CST)?

CranioSacral Therapy is a gentle, non-invasive, low-force, subtle hands-on healing modality focusing on the wave-like rhythmic pulse occurring throughout the entire body.  CST helps to ...
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What is Colic?

Colic is when an otherwise healthy baby cries or fusses frequently for no obvious reason. It’s defined as crying for more than 3 hours a ...
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Why Sleeping Well is So Important

We all know the feeling of waking up well-rested.  Collectively, we also have all experienced disruptions to our sleep cycles that have left us feeling ...
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Congenital Muscular Torticollis Explained

Congenital muscular torticollis, which is also called twisted neck or wryneck is a condition in which an infant holds his or her head tilted to ...
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What is Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJD)?

Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction (TMJD) is when the muscles and ligaments around your jaw joints become inflamed or irritated. The condition may be acute or chronic, ...
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