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Natural and safe methods of supporting your body and healing have been around for ages, and are becoming more mainstream and popular. You don’t have to have a major illness or disease to benefit. Even the healthiest individual can harness gentle, safe and natural first aid for everyday minor injuries likes cuts, burns, insect stings and bruises. Cuts and Scrapes From scrapped knees, on the playground to sliced fingers in the kitchen, minor wounds. While
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Arthritis
Arthritis is a common disorder. The pain from arthritis can range from stiffness to debilitating discomfort. Fortunately there are ways of managing arthritis pain, beyond medication. There are various types of arthritis, with the most common being Osteoarthritis (OA) – a “wear and tear” joint deterioration. The cartilage, discs and surfaces between bones start to deteriorate, become fibrotic, and scar tissues develops This can progress to fusion of joints and bony spur formation. Many are
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I have been so blessed to meet with Dr. Kimberly Maxwell at Abundant Health Chiropractic. I first met Dr. Maxwell 3 years ago, I was having issues with arthritis in my cervical vertebrae and my posture, due to an injury years ago. We meet weekly for adjustments. She keeps me aligned so I can age as gracefully as possible! The Chiropractic care cannot reverse the arthritis, but helps keep my spine supple and prevents more
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Balance
I was losing my balance and in a lot of pain. A friend had been seeing Dr. Maxwell and was very well pleased with her results; and that is how I decided to come to her for care. My original Chiropractor retired in 2018. Because of my condition, age, and fragility, I needed someone who was going to take care of me in a careful and professional way. (I have severe scoliosis, degeneration and bone
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Lift with your back
Owning Dogwatch of Montana is a passion. Installing the best, most professional hidden pet fencing is the mission. Properly training the pets is a given. The work is fun, but physical. His performance, and ability to work cannot be limited by back pain. In addition, Ed’s past time has him scaling the trail-less and rugged back country….long adventurous but arduous days, with heavy packs. These wild places are not for the weak….when you lift with
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