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Scott T. Sheriff, DC
By Scott T Sheriff, DC, Jun 18 2019 06:00AM
You've probably heard by now that sitting is as harmful for your health as smoking. Even with perfect posture, sitting is tremendously taxing on your body and studies now correlate long periods of sitting to a shorter lifespan. Let's talk about how to minimize the negative effects that sitting has on your body.
By Scott T Sheriff, DC, Jun 11 2019 06:00AM
I believe that living a healthy life should be simple and easy, but our modern culture makes it seem difficult. Improving your health can be easy if you steadily make small, simple changes. Small changes performed consistently over time make a huge impact on your health. Furthermore, this positive effect ripples into all aspects of your life. Minor substitutions in the way we eat are a great way to improve health.
By Scott T Sheriff, DC, Jun 4 2019 06:00AM
I often wake up around 1 or 2 in the morning and then lay awake for several hours as my mind races. I inherited this wonderful afflication from my mother. Getting a good night's sleep requires constant maintenance on my part - diligence in preparing my body and creating an atmosphere conducive to sleep. I'm sure that you've all had nights like this. Getting enough sleep is extremely important for your health - keep reading for tips on improving your sleeping habits.
By Scott T Sheriff, DC, May 28 2019 06:00AM
It's human nature to ignore pain, to wait and see if it eventually goes away. I've done it myself and now I'm paying the price - I haven't been able to run for 6 weeks. Please don't follow my bad example. As a doctor who works with patients who are in pain everyday, I implore you to seek treatment immediately for pain rather than wait for any reason. Keep reading to find out why.
By Scott T Sheriff, DC, May 21 2019 06:00AM
Wrist or hand pain is often mistaken for carpal tunnel syndrome. After a thorough chiropractic examination, the problem actually turns out to be in the lower neck and shoulder - the thoracic outlet. This week's blog discusses how to tell the difference so that you get the appropriate treatment for your condition.