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Eating to Fuel Exercise

Published: August 14, 2022   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

I read an interview with a nutritionist in the New York Times recently.  Since many Balance Atlanta patients and friends are very active and make exercise an important part of […]

Ice or Heat?

Published: August 7, 2022   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

To Treat An Injury: Ice or Heat? You’re at the park on a glorious Saturday morning playing a friendly game of basketball with your fellow weekend warriors. You jump for […]

Common Dance Injuries

Published: July 11, 2022   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

Dancer’s Fracture “I landed badly from a jump and now it hurts to walk.” This is the most common acute fracture seen in dancers. This fracture occurs along the 5th […]

Sports & Chiropractic

Published: June 16, 2022   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

Why do professional athletes in almost every sport rely on regular chiropractic care? The simplest answer is, because it works. In fact, the role of chiropractic in sports is three-fold: […]

Strength and Balance

Published: May 2, 2022   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

Strong muscles keep your body upright and allow you to move. Good muscle strength and balance are critical to maintain proper posture and minimize muscle tension. Your muscles function much […]

Is Cortisone Effective or Not?

Published: March 15, 2022   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

In the late 1940s, the steroid cortisone, an anti-inflammatory drug, was first synthesized and hailed as a landmark. It soon became a safe, reliable means to treat the pain and […]

Chiropractic and Yoga

Published: March 9, 2022   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

Chiropractic care and yoga are comparable and complementary disciplines. The practice of yoga provides strength, flexibility, and centering, enhancing physical performance on multiple levels. Participants in yoga classes derive across-the-board […]


Published: March 2, 2022   |   Category: Blog   |   Service:

Imagine waking up one morning with a frozen shoulder where you couldn’t move your upper arm more than a few inches in any direction. How much would that impact your […]