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October 2017 Newsletter: Oral-Facial Function

October 2017 Newsletter Oral-Facial Function by Alaina Rowswell-Kuliikowski DC DICCP Many of our adult patients have experienced issues such as snoring, mouth breathing, difficulty focusing, apnea, frequent sinus inflammation, anxiety, jaw clenching, dizziness, headaches and digestive issues that are difficult to resolve. You may even have found one of our chiropractors adjusting the sutures of your…

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June 2017 Newsletter: Ear Infections

June 2017 Newsletter Ear Infections and Chiropractic by Alaina Rowswell-Kuliikowski DC DICCP Many of us can identify with that screaming child in the night suffering with an ear ache. Your sympathy from holding this child wears thin through the night as there is not an easy non-pharmaceutical approach to quell the discomfort. Eventually, acetaminophen takes…

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May 2017 Newsletter: Vertigo

May 2017 Newsletter Vertigo- Causes and Treatments by Dr. Jeremiah Davis Since I have joined the team at Riverview Chiropractic Health, I have provided care for patients with sensations of dizziness which have seemed to come on abruptly. How can chiropractic care help? Let me explain to you a little about vertigo and the anatomy…

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January 2017 Newsletter: Stretching

January 2017 Newsletter Stretching by Dr. Jeremiah Davis So stretching… We have all been told it is a good thing to do but sometimes it just gets left out. Primarily, we think of stretching in terms of something that is done after a workout or some other form of exercise. Lives are busy, and fitting…

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December 2016 Newsletter: Rib Dysfunction

  December 2016 Newsletter Rib Dysfunction by Dr. Sasha Marinaccio We often will see patients in the office who have just come from their Primary Care Physician, Urgent Care or the ER, being evaluated for chest pain only to be told they have a musculoskeletal problem. In these instances, the pain is (thankfully!) not being…

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