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Wellness Blog

Take Your Workout Outdoors This Spring

April 7th, 2017
Chiropractic

When trees start to bloom and the days are longer, it’s time to start exercising outdoors.  Here are a few reasons why we should take advantage of the outdoors and move our workouts outside. Being outdoors is proven to lower your blood pressure. Spending time outside is also good for your health and heart.  A read more…

Are These Common Food Habits Linked To Early Deaths?

March 24th, 2017
Overall Health

Did you know that what you’re eating may cause early onset of illness or even death? More appropriately, what you’re not eating could have a significant impact on your health and well-being. More than 45% of all deaths caused by heart disease, stroke and type two diabetes are associated with eating either too much or read more…

Is Chocolate Bad For You?

February 3rd, 2017
Overall Health

According to a recent Huffington Post article, eating dark chocolate with a high cocoa percentage is a part of a healthy diet.  If you’ve never eaten dark chocolate or chocolate with a high cocoa percentage, you may be in for a surprise. Dark chocolate has a very different taste than traditional milk chocolate but is read more…

Tennis Elbow: You can Get It Even if You Have Never Played Tennis!

October 25th, 2016
Chiropractic

A common complaint we encounter at Washington Wellness Center is what’s commonly referred to as tennis elbow. Ironically, this condition called lateral epicondylitis is rarely caused by playing the actual game of tennis. Any repetitive movement of the forearm muscles can cause pain in the forearm or elbow, including repetitive clicking of your computer mouse! read more…

Why Do I have Shoulder Pain?

August 29th, 2016
Chiropractic, Physical Therapy

At the first sign of shoulder pain, many wonder, “Did I tear my rotator cuff?” While this does happen from time to time, rotator cuff tears make up a small percentage of actual shoulder problems. Rotator cuff tears usually occur after trauma– -a fall or a car accident– -or after repetitive use of the shoulder in a sport read more…