Spring is a wonderful season. The warmth of the sun, the longer days, the return of flowers, shrubs and that odd green stuff in your backyard you haven’t seen for a while (aka grass), it’s all wonderful stuff. For some. For others, though, spring isn’t so much fun, as it’s the season that brings with it the return of their spring allergies. And it’s hard to enjoy the spring when your nose is running, your throat is scratchy or you are sneezing your head off.Read More >
It’s that time of year when even though the weather has been quite mild (so far) many of the people around you seem to be doing an awful lot of sniffling and snuffling. You may even have been fighting off a cold yourself, in between trying to avoid catching someone else’s too.Read More >
The signs are there! The turning leaves and the return of pumpkin spice everything can only mean one thing; fall. The long, bright days of summer are over and that slight chill in the air at night is only going to get chillier.
While the end of summer is a little sad, the fall really is a great season, and for some it’s even their favorite. With the beaches closed, the tank tops packed away and the kids back in school life does change quite a lot though, Read More >
For many of us, summer means it’s time to hit the road and head off on vacation. Unfortunately, more cars on the road means more accidents, and we know that even the smallest fender bender can leave drivers – and passengers – in bad shape; dealing with whiplash, spinal pain, reduced range of motion, nagging neck pain and more. These kinds of auto accident injuries can be stubborn healers too, sometimes taking longer than broken bones to heal.Read More >
One of the biggest reasons adults seek chiropractic care is to address their back pain. In fact back pain is something that is incredibly common, affecting, at some point in their lives, 4 out of 5 Americans. The fact that lots of other people are suffering too is little comfort though when it’s you yourself dealing with the problem every day.Read More >
The Risk to Your Child’s Health You May Be Overlooking As a parent, it is natural that when it comes to your children their health and well-being is your number one priority. There is however one growing threat to kids’ health that many Moms and Dads overlook; the growing size of kids’ backpacks.Read More >
As is the case with so many things in life, choosing the right chiropractor for you, being something of a big decision, should involve more than picking the first name that Google throws up for you.
Perhaps more than in some other areas of medicine and wellness different chiropractors can have very different approaches to their work, even though they all technically are in the same field. And while certain basics are likely to be a factor in many people’s decisionRead More >
The health benefits of acupuncture, an ancient system of healing practiced in Asia for many centuries, are becoming well known. Even mainstream medicine is starting to accept that acupuncture can help with issues such as relaxation and pain relief.Read More >
Chiropractic care in Overland Park & Kansas City is becoming increasingly popular as people become more aware of its effectiveness. While chiropractic therapy may be new to some, therapeutic spinal manipulation has actually been around for at least the last 2,500 years, and the contemporary version of chiropractic care has been round for more than one hundred years.Read More >
Chiropractic Care & Learning for All
Your Overland Park Chiropractor, Dr. Tyler Nigus, offers free lunch & learns to organizations around Kansas City!
Employee morale and happiness directly correlates with productivity. Bringing in a free lunch is a great way to make the work environment fun, and this sets a good work culture for employees.
The question is how do you lower the cost of these employee appreciation events?
Community involvement is important to Dr. Nigus. He has made it his mission to give accessible information about health and wellness to the Overland Park and surrounding areas. There is a lot of misinformation about health (how often does the news tells us what we should and shouldn’t eat?) and warning signs our bodies tell us that we ignore.
In fact, a lot of the information Dr. Nigus teaches you will help you not have to go see your regular medical doctor.Read More >
Migraine headaches affect millions of Americans, and chances are you know someone who suffers from these debilitating headaches. These headaches can be strong enough to send someone to the hospital, and more than 90% of migraine headache sufferers report being unable to function or work when the headache strikes. Migraine headaches differ from tension headaches by their symptoms, with migraine headaches having sharper and more severe attacks.Read More >