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What to Eat & Why

Nutrition Workshop Recap During our nutrition workshop we talked about how the health of the people of the United States has been drastically decreasing and how our nutrition is hugely to blame. We have an entire industry selling medication for preventable diseases… What if we could reverse this trend? The fundamental problems with our nutrition is …

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Testimonial Tuesday!

As part of our 1 year anniversary celebration, we are highlighting a few of our wonderful patients, and their testimonials. Click the images below for the full testimonials!

Immune System Boost Recap

Last Tuesday we had our monthly seminar, which was on the topic 7 Ways to Bulletproof Your Immune System. The majority of the talk was about shifting our paradigm of what healthcare really is and what is most congruent to us as a human species. We discussed the concept of epigenetics and how your environment …

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Hormones: What Are They?

Hormones are something we typically hear about when teenagers are going through puberty. What we don’t realize is that hormones are constantly regulating how our bodies work 24/7 throughout our lifetime.  Hormones come from our endocrine system. The endocrine system (hormones) is the collection of glands of an organism that secrete hormones directly into the …

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Boosting Your Immunity with Chiropractic

Pero concluded that “chiropractic may optimize whatever genetic abilities you have” so that you can fully resist serious disease. “I’m very excited to see that without chemical intervention…this particular group of patients under chiropractic care, did show a very improved response, “ he told CBSRF. “These changes occur from chiropractic treatment.” In 1975, Ronald Pero, …

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Shoulder Strength & Rehab

Sign up for Platinum Chiropractic’s Shoulder Rehab & Strength Seminar at NCFit Santa Clara. The event is this Saturday November 4 from 12 – 1 pm.

Objective Measures

Here at Platinum Chiropractic, we focus on a specific specialty of chiropractic care called Neuro-Structural correction, not symptom reduction. Structural shifts cause secondary conditions in the body such as pain, tension, poor mobility, and many others. When we correct the neuro-structure, those secondary conditions that are caused by a structural shift tend to go away. …

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New Location

The wait is finally over! We’ll have some giveaways to celebrate our soft opening next week, so make sure you come in and visit! Soft Opening Hours:  Monday July 24: 9-12 and 4-7 Tuesday July 25: 9-12 and 4-7 Wednesday July 26: Closed Thursday July 27: 9-12 and 4-7 Friday July 28: 9-13

Chin Tucks: Good or Bad?

Did you know there is a special movement that only one part of your spine can bio-mechanically do? It is your skull and first cervical segment and the range of movement is called protraction and retraction (sliding forward and backwards without bending). You do this movement by sticking your chin out and tucking it in, …

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Stress and Your Health

Image from Well Adjusted Products We all know that too much stress can lead to decreased health; but how?  Well, we know stress causes a fight or flight (sympathetic) response in our bodies. When this occurs, our bodies’ muscles create tension. When this tension is repetitive, chronic or severe enough, it causes a shift in the …

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Programmed for Health

You’re not sick because you have pneumonia; you have pneumonia because you are sick.  This is a very important concept to understanding health, sickness, and disease. We talk a lot about how HEALTH is programmed into your body. Health is a default setting that is expressed when we perform genetically compatible actions, such as moving …

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Hip Flexors

Hip flexors are muscles that cross our hip region, allowing us to bring our legs up to our torso, such as in walking and running. There are two groups of hip flexors; the quadriceps located on the front of your thigh, and the iliopsoas, which attach to your spine from your leg. Sitting, as well …

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