Diets

Helpful resources and tools for weight loss and diets, including condition-related diets. [ Read More… ]

Ergonomics

Ergonomic principles are then used to make the workplace compatible with the employee, improving the employee’s safety and productivity. In other words, the easier it is to do a job, the more productive and happy the worker will be. [ Read More... ]

Exercise

Years ago, Americans walked approximately 12 miles every day. Today, we’re lucky if we can get to 3,000 steps. As a country, we’re not getting enough motion in our daily lives. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to take a lot of time or effort to incorporate exercise into your schedule. [ Read More… ]

First Aid

In case of a medical emergency, call 911.  For all other situations, call our office for an appointment and follow the instructions on our first aid page.  [ Read More… ]

Nutrition

Back To Wellness Clinic makes it easy for you to find the weight loss, nutritional & health calculation resources you are looking for.  [ Read More… ]

Quit Smoking

Smoking is a physical and psychological addiction that is not at all easy to break. Most smokers have to kick the habit more than once to finally quit. If you are unsuccessful the first or second time, try again. Don’t see the initial attempts as failures, but as opportunities to find out how not to quit. With a sincere commitment and perseverance, you will be able to quit. When you do, your family, friends, and most of all, your body will thank you for rising to the challenge. Here’s to your being the next non-smoker in America!  [ Read More… ]

Vertigo Education

Vertigo is a type of dizziness. Dizziness is generally described as a floating feeling of instability or unsteadiness. Unlike other types of dizziness, vertigo—an illusion of movement when no movement takes place—is a sign that can be objectively tested. Some patients have overlapping signs and symptoms of vertigo plus light headedness or dizziness. [ Read More… ]