The Pain Problem: Spine, Muscle and Joint Pain

Canadians Are No Strangers to Pain According to the Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA) 2017 report, All Pain, No Gain: Shining a Light on Canada’s Back Pain and Opioid Crisis, almost 90 per cent of Canadians have experienced muscle and/or joint pain in the last year, the most common being back pain and headache. Pain affects theContinue reading “The Pain Problem: Spine, Muscle and Joint Pain”

Helping Chrysalis House This Holiday Season.

Back by popular demand, we are now accepting monetary gift donations or unwrapped gift donations to the Chrysalis House Women’s Shelter. Chrysalis House is an emergency shelter for women & children. With your help, we would like to fill as many stockings as possible before Santa arrives. We are collecting toys & stocking stuffers forContinue reading “Helping Chrysalis House This Holiday Season.”

Orthotics and Chiropractic

For the month of October custom foot orthotic inserts are on sale for only $400 (A savings of $25.00) Orthotics also known as insoles, orthoses or shoe inserts, are designed to correct foot posture and abnormal or irregular walking patterns. They are not just ‘arch supports’, although this term is often used to describe them.Continue reading “Orthotics and Chiropractic”

UNDERSTANDING YOUR HEADACHES

 No one headache is the same as the next some can be more debilitating than others. Knowing and understanding the different types of headaches can help tremendously in alleviating the pain. Headaches are one of the most common complaints chiropractors see in their office every day. Headache triggers can vary but the more common areContinue reading “UNDERSTANDING YOUR HEADACHES”

Pack it Light, Wear it Right: Backpack Safety101

Carrying a heavy load that is unevenly or improperly distributed can result in poor posture and even distort your spinal column. This impact can throw your spine out of alignment, causing muscle strain, headaches, back, neck, arm pain, and even nerve damage. Prevention is key – Teach your child how to properly use their backpacksContinue reading “Pack it Light, Wear it Right: Backpack Safety101”

Your Whole World Is On Your Shoulders (with a new baby)

A study in the Journal of Orthopaedics reported that 50-90 per cent of pregnant women will likely experience lower back pain. This pain may persist after giving birth if you don’t take action. Here are some ways to reduce the risk of back and neck pain: Lighten your loadChoose a diaper bag that distributes weight evenly across your bodyContinue reading “Your Whole World Is On Your Shoulders (with a new baby)”

The Power of Exercise to Help Manage Osteoporosis

Aging, obesity and chronic health conditions, among other things, can lead to limited mobility and strength. And these issues can in turn contribute to spine, muscle and joint problems. As we age, our bones decline in density, starting at age 30. And if bone mass gets dangerously low, it’s called osteoporosis. Physical exercise, particularly ifContinue reading “The Power of Exercise to Help Manage Osteoporosis”

We Are Open For Business

The new “Stay at Home” order announced on Thursday, April 8, 2021 does not affect our office. Campbell Chiropractic of Kanata is open for business as usual and will be following strict Covid-19 guidelines to keep all patients and staff safe and healthy. Our commitment to operating a safe and healthy environment remains our primaryContinue reading “We Are Open For Business”

Get Set to Garden and Protect Yourself From Injury

Plant and rake without the ache. Gardening is a great way for you to stay active and have fun in the sun. Unfortunately, many Ontarians sustain gardening injuries that can be easily prevented with a little know-how. To tend your garden and protect yourself from injury, follow these tips to loosen-up and lighten the loadContinue reading “Get Set to Garden and Protect Yourself From Injury”