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As states across the country prepare to open up golf courses that have been shuttered due to coronavirus (including here in Washington!),  many of you are just itching to take to the greens. We don’t blame you! But did you know that as many as 80 percent of golfers will experience joint or back pain...
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Following a schedule is a great way to create order and a sense of calmness. In the coronavirus era, having a routine is a necessity. Whether you are working from home, newly unemployed, coping with kids during school closures or still adjusting to the myriad of ways our lives have changed, finding a routine can...
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Across the country, many rules have been put in place to protect our communities during the coronavirus outbreak, but there’s been another consistent message as well: keep moving!! During this stressful time, exercise can help you maintain your mental and physical health.  If you belong to a gym, you may have access to online classes...
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The coronavirus pandemic is impacting every aspect of our lives — kids are learning in virtual classrooms, restaurants are closed, many of you are working from home for the first time, and we are all doing our best to slow the spread of the disease by following public health measures. Last week, we talked about...
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It’s a scary time: we are in the middle of a global pandemic, cities and states are shutting down, millions of people have lost income, thousands have been infected by the virus and no matter who or where you are, your life has been affected. For many of us, the most difficult aspect of all...
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Hand hygiene, either with soap and water or with alcohol-based handrub, is one of the best ways to avoid getting coronavirus and spreading infection to others. Indeed, hand hygiene is an easy, inexpensive, and effective way to prevent the spread of germs and keep everyone healthy. When should I wash my hands? Before leaving home...
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Like you, we’ve been closely following the news regarding the coronavirus. We’d like to take this opportunity to share a few things we’ve learned while also letting you know about the protocols we are following to ensure your safety at Forgey Chiropractic. First, a few facts:  93% of people who contact coronavirus will be mildly...
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March 19th is the first day of spring and soon, the days will be getting longer, the temperatures will rise and flowers will start to bud. Unfortunately, for some people, the new season brings runny noses, incessant sneezing and itchy eyes too. Instead of stopping to smell the roses, we are grabbing tissues by the...
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In today’s world, finding things to stress about is easy. Money challenges, work pressures, health concerns, relationship issues, overstimulation and other factors can be a constant weight on our shoulders. Sleep deprivation, poor nutrition and unhealthy happens can also foster stress from within. Every chiropractor has seen patients suffering from chronic stress. We are no...
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