1. The Affects Stress Can Have on Your Health

    April is Stress Awareness Month. (It's also file-your-tax-return month. Coincidence? We doubt it....) Excess stress is no fun. Increasingly, however, research is finding that stress is clinically unhealthy in a variety of concrete ways. At Life Wellness Center, we focus on the triad of health. The three pillars are mental, physical, and nutritional health. Keep all three strong and in balance, the…Read More

  2. It’s Arch Madness Month at Life Wellness Center

    It's that time of year again: Arch Madness! Sure, much of the country may be obsessing with basketball right now, but at Life Wellness Center, we're thinking about your arches and the important role they play in your foot's structure. To help support your arches while they support you, we're offering a special on Foot Levelers®. Foot Levelers® are top quality custom-made functional orthotics, cl…Read More

  3. 11 Healthy Heart Habits

    February is heart month -- and we're not just talking valentines. Since it was designated in 1964 by President Lyndon B. Johnson, this month has been dedicated to cardiovascular health. There's been a lot of research in the five decades since then, and we urge our patients to be heart-conscious in their health and lifestyle choices. Clinicians have studied both genders, and while the advice overla…Read More

  4. Dr. Tom’s Inspiration…

    Dr. Tom Schmidt, Life Wellness Center founder, was exposed to Chiropractic care as a teenager. It was senior year on the football field. A very good season meant the Rosemount High Irish had their eye on the state championships. Three weeks out, Tom went down on the field. X-rays at the ER revealed a severe ankle sprain. The prognosis? Out for four to six weeks! Not acceptable to this devoted thre…Read More

  5. 12 Tips for a Stress-Free Holiday

    Eat Well The holiday season is practically defined by edible temptations. Take the middle road--enjoy treats in moderation. You'll feel deprived if you don't indulge at all, so plan on some treats, and eat healthily when you're not in social situations. Maintain Your Exercise Routine Even if your schedule is packed, reserve time for your workouts. You'll need the endorphins and the stress release …Read More

  6. The Benefits of Giving Back

    “Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.” - Muhammad Ali When we think about volunteering or charitable giving, it's natural to focus on the benefit to recipients. Whether walking dogs at the Humane Society or kicking in money for hurricane relief, the benefit to the canines and the storm victims is obvious. What's less obvious, but increasingly acknowledged, is that…Read More

  7. Majority of Americans Suffer Back or Neck Pain

    Back and neck pain are among the main reasons patients consult a chiropractor. A Gallup poll taken during winter 2016 reveals just how prevalent neck and back pain are in the US. According to Gallup results, one in four adults has sought care for back or neck pain in the last year. Over the course of their lifetimes, 65% have sought care for the same. That leaves a lucky one-third of adults not su…Read More

  8. Fall into a Healthy Exercise Routine

    Summer's coming to an end, and life might be settling into a routine for lots of folks. Now that the kids are back in school and the weekend out-of-town excursions are slowing down, it's a great time to establish an exercise routine that you really enjoy, so you can stick to it throughout the autumn season, into the holidays and beyond. MAKE IT FUN: If your fitness regime puts a smile on your face…Read More

  9. Healthy Posture for Kids–Beware of Overloaded Backpacks and Texting

    Practicing good posture is challenging at any age. Wouldn't it be great if we all developed great postural habits as kids? However, kids today face more challenges to practicing good posture than ever. Two factors can have a huge impact on posture: texting and overloaded daypacks. First, let's talk about texting, or use of any handheld digital device. It's natural to hold it somewhere near the wai…Read More