1. Continuing To Eat Healthy While In Isolation

    The coronavirus pandemic is still ongoing and with that, many states and cities have been placed under strict stay at home orders. Here in Minnesota, we have received a stay at home order that has brought on many mixed feelings. It’s no doubt that this period has brought some hard times for all of us. We’re all impacted with this and it’s important that you do your part so that we can help s…Read More

  2. How To Keep Yourself Healthy During The COVID-19 Outbreak

    The coronavirus or COVID-19 has caused a large shift in how we live our day to day lives. With people working from home, business shutting down, and limits on how much we can get out of the house, this time has caused mass amounts of uncertainty. We want to remind you that these feelings of uncertainty are okay. Everyone is going through this together and while it may seem like a scary time, there…Read More

  3. Putting Macros Together for Your Meal Plan

    In our last blog post, we discussed in-depth the macronutrients. We discussed protein, carbohydrates, and fats. However, what we didn’t touch on was how to use macros to form a diet plan that can support a healthy weight loss program. Life Wellness Center in Lakeville offers a holistic approach to living. We offer a myriad of services, including chiropractic, physical therapy, massage, and weigh…Read More

  4. What Are Macros?

    Odds are, you’ve at least heard of macros, and you’ve heard how important they are to your overall health and well-being. But what exactly are macros, and why should you care? The team at Life Wellness Center offers the Ideal Protein Weight Loss Method that focuses on losing weight and then maintaining that weight loss. We rely upon macros to help you meet your weight loss goals. With an offic…Read More

  5. All About Massage Therapy

    Massages are no longer only for luxury spas and fancy health clubs. Today, massages are offered and readily available for everyone. Massage clinics have become widely prominent in our society and for good reason. There are so many benefits that can come from massage therapy that goes beyond the relaxation aspect of it. From improved mental and physical health to reductions in injuries and pain, ma…Read More

  6. Chiropractic Care for Headaches and Migraines

    When most people think of chiropractors, they think of someone treating back pain or knee pain. But did you know that many chiropractic patients are actually seeking headache treatment? The American Chiropractic Association reports that about 14% of people are seeking treatment to alleviate pain or tension caused by headaches. Many headaches are due to pain or tension that begins in the neck. So, …Read More

  7. Benefits of Chiropractic Care for Office Workers

    Chiropractic care and adjustments are extremely beneficial. It shouldn't be too surprising, however, that individuals who work in an office have found that visiting the chiropractor regularly can come with a long list of benefits. While a majority of our jobs have moved away from labor-intensive fields, the typical office job might be doing more damage than you think. While office jobs aren’t as…Read More

  8. WE ARE NOW OFFICIALLY A DMR CLINIC

    Have you got chronic back or neck pain? We're proud to announce that we are officially a DMR clinic, providing a cutting-edge and very successful sequence of treatments for back pain and other complaints. DMR Method: Innovative Nonsurgical Treatment DMR means Diagnose, Manage and Rehabilitate. Familiar words, familiar concepts--but reinvented to bring relief to people who may have tried seemingly …Read More

  9. Nutrition: A Vital Part of Chiropractic Care

    From Thanksgiving through New Years, we've been in holiday mode. Lots of fun, lots of activity, maybe lots of stress--and lots of holiday eating. Family gatherings, work celebrations and holiday good cheer often means we aren't observing the optimal diet we know we should. And then there are those edible gifts: while the good news is "you don't have to store it," the bad news is that they often en…Read More

  10. Staying Active in the Minnnesota Winter

    Winter is upon us. Look outside... shorter, darker, wetter, colder days are the new normal for a few months. You might take the season as a cue to curl up on the couch, alternately reading, drinking hot cocoa, and hibernating until April. Tempting... but don't let winter weather keep you from staying active! Our Minnesota winters are too long. If you use the weather as an excuse, you'll have way t…Read More