Why Chiropractic Care Matters: Treating High-Blood Pressure

One-third of the adult population, about 70 million Americans, have hypertension (high blood pressure). Also, one-third of Americans has pre-hypertension, which means greater than normal blood pressure. Even more alarming: 1 in 5 adults with high blood pressure are unaware they have it because typically there are no symptoms associated with this condition. Fortunately, the…

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Understanding the Relationship Between Fat and Stress

Despite what you may believe, fats are not completely bad for your system. There are particular types of fats that are considered to be good for your body since they have the ability to stimulate energy, protect vital organs, and help keep your body warm. Check out the following information provided by the Chiropractors at…

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How Apple Cider Vinegar Helps Prevent Sickness and Supports Type 2 Diabetics

The Chiropractors at AICA College Park provide patients with services that go beyond treating physical pain. Our mission is to offer each and every patient specific Chiropractic treatment solutions that provide immediate pain relief and support their overall health. Since we are discussing cold and flu prevention this month, we decided to offer some information…

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Why You Shouldn’t Cancel Your Chiropractic Appointment When You’re Sick

If you are sick and are thinking aboutĀ canceling your Chiropractic appointment with AICA College Park, think again. Coming in to meet with your Chiropractor is much more conducive to achieving positive health than staying at home. Consider the following information that explains why you shouldĀ receive a Chiropractic Adjustment if you are sick with the cold…

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College Park Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Can Find Help With Chiropractic

If you are new to the world of Chiropractic treatment and aren’t sure what the Chiropractors at AICA College Park do beyond treating back pain, you may be surprised to know that our treatment solutions can help people with type 2 diabetes.

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