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  • Proper Workplace Ergonomics
    Proper Ergonomics To Avoid Work Injuries  The key to preventing workplace injuries is to ensure your place of employment practices proper ergonomics. At Robin Wellness Center, our chiropractors, Dr. Freudenthal, and Read more
  • Listening With Non-Judgment
    Having thoughts and feelings is all part of being a person, what you do with those thoughts and feelings determines how you will live your life.  Using non-judgmental listening can help Read more
  • Mindful eating
    Now this one should be the easiest one, but if you are anything like me, eating slowly does not come naturally. I grew up with a little brother and if Read more
  • Powering Your Child’s Brain with Movement
    Bottom Line: Years ago, researchers believed that the health benefits of exercise were limited to the body. However, recent research has indicated that regular physical activity and movement can benefit both Read more
  • 3 Ways to Lighten the Load of Your Child’s Backpack
    Bottom Line: Does your child's backpack feel like a 50-pound bag of rocks? You may have noticed that your child struggles to get it on in the morning or may even Read more
  • E-Learning at Home? It’s Time to Look Up!
    Bottom Line: As students worldwide return to school, it appears as though many will be e-learning for hours each day on their digital devices. While our devices can be fantastic tools Read more
  • Auto Accident FAQs
    Auto Accident FAQs Why Should I Choose to See a Chiropractor at Robin Wellness Center After an Auto Accident?The chiropractic experts at Robin Wellness Center, Dr. Freudenthal and Dr. Velin, have Read more
  • 3 Keys to Developing a Healthy Spine
    Bottom Line: Developing a healthy spine begins by understanding the three keys of strength, flexibility, and posture. Strength, flexibility, and improving your posture will go a long way towards reducing pain Read more
  • The Most Common Injuries After a Car Accident
    Whether you’re driving to work or taking a big family vacation, an unexpected car accident can cause painful injuries that may impact you for months and years to come. The weight of your vehicle combined with your speed can create a tremendous amount of force. During an auto accident, that force gets transferred directly to your body! Even "low speed" collisions can create enough force to cause serious injuries. Read more
  • How to Recover from Whiplash After an Auto Accident
    Your spine is a long chain of bones, discs, muscles, and ligaments that extend from your skull down to your tailbone. The cervical spine – better known as your neck - is designed to support your head and protects the nerves that connect to your face, shoulders, and arms. Whiplash injuries can create damage to these delicate structures and can cause symptoms such as headaches, neck pain, stiffness, shoulder pain, numberless, and tingling / pain into the arms and hands. Read more
  • What You Need to Know About Delayed Pain After a Car Accident
    If you can walk away after a car accident without any catastrophic injuries, you may consider yourself lucky! Even if you feel okay after exchanging information and speaking with the police, it’s always a good idea to see a Chiropractor following an auto accident. With your adrenaline pumping in the aftermath, your brain may not immediately register the pain signals coming from your body. Often only after you’ve had some time to calm down do you notice you may be struggling with aches and pains. Read more
  • Whiplash: How These Injuries Can Cause Chronic Pain
    Whiplash injuries used to be considered "no big deal', but times have changed. Doctors now know that whiplash can cause lifelong pain and disability if not treated properly. During a car accident, the head often suddenly moves forward and backward with a tremendous amount of force. Even low-speed collisions can generate enough force to injure the delicate ligaments in your neck that support your head. Read more
  • 4 Steps to a Healthy Birth
    With all of the advances in medical science, it may come as a surprise to discover that many of the technological interventions used in modern maternity management don’t seem very evidence based. Afterall, the natural birth process is designed to be relatively simple - it's been going on for hundreds of thousands of years! A woman's own body can grow, birth, and nourish a baby. Read more
  • NSAID Risks: Making Smart Healthcare Decisions During Pregnancy
    Pregnant women are certainly not immune to aches and pains. In fact, it's estimated that over 85% of expecting mothers will deal with back pain. Finding relief without the use of medication is almost always the best route for the health of mom and baby. Even over-the-counter medications can be risky to take before and during pregnancy. Read more
  • Moving Your Body Towards Improved Health
    A few small changes in your activity level can make a huge difference, so keep your health goals in mind and start taking small daily steps in the right direction. If you feel "tight" or have pain between your shoulder blades, let us know. You may have restricted motion in your thoracic spine, and we would be happy to help you improve your mobility and so you can move your way towards better health. Read more
  • Tips to Relieve Back Pain During Pregnancy
    An estimated 85% of women experience back pain during pregnancy. Why? As a woman enters her second or third trimester, her growing baby pulls her body’s center of gravity forward, which in turn increases the curve of her low back. That increased amount of stress on the low back often leads to pain. Read more

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