Winter weather is officially upon us, and this is the time of year when cold temperatures and precipitation join forces to create treacherous driving – and walking – conditions. Here are some tips to help you navigate the perilous roads and… more »
Previously, we discussed the first two pillars of optimal nutrition for overall health: the importance of taking 1) a high-quality daily multivitamin like PhytoMulti, and 2) a high-quality omega-3 fish oil supplement. Today, we’ll look at the other… more »
Most of us know that we should “take our vitamins”, but what is the best, most efficient way to heed this age-old advice? Which nutrients and minerals do our bodies need, and how can we be sure we’re taking high-quality supplements?
You might even… more »
When Dr. Reinecke travels for conferences and chiropractic conventions, fellow doctors from places like Florida or California will often remark, “Oh, you’re from South Dakota, I bet you see a lot of patients with snow-shoveling injuries!” And while… more »
Have you ever heard of unintended consequences? As the saying goes, “hindsight is 20/20”, but often we aren’t aware in any given moment of the future repercussions our present-day actions will have. What we are able to do is look back from our… more »
You probably already know that chiropractic can help with back pain and headaches. But did also you know that shoulder complaints are the number three reason that people seek chiropractic services?
The shoulder is a very complicated joint;… more »
As the school year begins, the weather cools, and signs of approaching autumn remind us that summer is coming to an end, take a moment to ask yourself: "Was I able to do all the things I wanted to this summer? Was I able to do everything I did last… more »
People today are stressed. We live in world where we are continually exposed to a barrage of media - from 24/7 new channels to social media to the World Wide Web – and this constant “noise” makes for a fast-paced, overstimulated environment. All this… more »
I recently attended the Subluxation Summit in Kansas City, sponsored by the International Chiropractors Association. Chiropractic as a science has been around for over 120 years; yet, because chiropractic works with such delicate bodily processes as… more »
The Argus Leader recently featured a story about what one woman in Pennsylvania is doing in an effort to get medical doctors to prescribe fewer narcotic pain medications for patients, in light of the opioid addiction crisis happening today in the… more »