Spring into Health

’Spring’ into Health with Campbell Chiropractic! With warmer weather just around the corner it brings the added activity of sports and outdoor hobbies, and the best way to get the most out of the season is to be in optimal health. Campbell Chiropractic has some great reasons why you should consider incorporating chiropractic care forContinue reading “Spring into Health”

Living with Arthritis: How Chiropractic Care Helps Alleviate Arthritis Symptoms

Arthritis affects about one in five Canadians or more than six million people. Many people living with this condition say they need help to complete daily tasks because arthritis limits their abilities. With symptoms like stiffness and often painful inflammation, arthritis limits your mobility and how well you can move your joints. Chiropractic care helpsContinue reading “Living with Arthritis: How Chiropractic Care Helps Alleviate Arthritis Symptoms”

Back Pain May Be in Your Genes

Even if you have never had a backache, if your parent, grandparent, sibling or other family member struggles with chronic back pain, research shows that you are at heightened risk of developing similar symptoms. That’s why regular preventive chiropractic care with Dr. Campbell or Dr. McKeagan at Campbell Chiropractic of Kanata is especially crucial forContinue reading “Back Pain May Be in Your Genes”

Back Pack and Postural Strains

There is much concern today about our children being exposed to high amounts of postural strains. I see children in and out of my office everyday complaining of neck and back pain. Many parents are more concerned about rounded shoulders or uneven shoulders and uneven hips. I believe that today’s child is being exposed toContinue reading “Back Pack and Postural Strains”

Watch Your Spine When You Tackle Your Yard This Fall

Now that fall has officially begun and the leaves have begun to turn and fall, your weekend activities may include raking and bagging all those pesky leaves. Before you rev up the lawn mower or reach for the rake this fall, consider the possible consequences: upper or lower back sprain and strain, pain in theContinue reading “Watch Your Spine When You Tackle Your Yard This Fall”