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We’re Hiring – Chiropractic Assistant

We are currently interviewing for a chiropractic assistant. We are willing to train a motivated individual who does not already have a chiropractic assistant license.  This position is part of a team, which is fun, professional, and patient-centered. You will be working with other chiropractic assistants, patients, and doctors.  Ability to speak Spanish is a …

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2017 Latino Cultural Festival

Woodstock Chiropractic Clinic was once again a proud sponsor of this year’s Latino Cultural Festival Futsal Tournament in downtown Hillsboro. Congratulations to all the teams that participated in the Futsal Tournament! It was nice to see some of our past clients and meet future ones. We had a great time with our games and giving …

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Chiropractic for headaches!?

What do you do when you get a headache? Take pain medication or a nap? This may work when headaches are infrequent, but have you ever considered chiropractic care? At Woodstock Chiropractic, our doctors will perform a thorough exam, which may include x-rays to help determine the cause of your headaches. Some types of headaches, …

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Can Chiropractic care impact your blood pressure?

Do you know what your blood pressure should be? Knowing your blood pressure is important and could save your life because people with high blood pressure rarely have symptoms. Your blood pressure is made of two numbers a systolic and diastolic. Normal systolic is 120 and normal diastolic is 80. A systolic blood pressure of …

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Chiropractic for a cold?

Colds are one of the leading causes of doctor visits and missed school and work days. The average American adult catches about 2 to 4 colds per year. Here are some ways you can fight a cold, or boost your immune system naturally, to help you recover from a cold or mild flu! Nasal congestion? …

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Back to School Aches and Pains?

Starting in the fall you may notice your child start to complain of aches and pains. Schedule and activity changes can cause legitimate complaints that should not be ignored. Many sports seasons begin in the fall and children can strain muscles while practicing or during a game. Heavy backpacks can also cause stress on one’s …

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Binational Health Events 2016!

Binational Health Events (BHE) is one of the largest mobilization efforts of federal and state government agencies, community based organizations, and volunteers in the Americas to improve the health and well-being of the underserved Latino population living in the United States and Canada. It encompasses a month long of series of health promotion and health …

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You are what you eat!

Are you taking advantage of the farmers markets in the area? Local, seasonal food is fresher, more nutritious, and tastes better than food which has travelled a long distance. Fruits and vegetables that are in season now include: blueberries, blackberries, watermelon, garlic, zucchini, and tomatoes. Also, organic fruits and vegetables are usually cheaper at farmers …

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Is it ok to adjust your own neck and back?

Have you ever twisted your back or stretched your neck and heard a “pop or cracking” sound? What is that popping sound? In between the joints throughout the spine gas can build up causing tension. Movement releases the gas and that’s the “pop” sound you hear. Is it safe? Adjusting your back or neck may …

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Buying Organic Foods on a budget!

Demand is high for organic foods these days, but a problem many people have with organic food is the expense. So how do you buy organic food on a budget? First, try to plan your meals ahead of time. Knowing the type and amount of ingredients you will use for the week will reduce the …

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