About a month ago, I (Ceci) attended a TMJ (Temporomandibular Joint) seminar, or your jaw joint. TMD, or Temporomandibular Disorders, is a classification of problems relating to this joint.
Mark your calendars everyone: October 16 celebrates the annual World Spine Day! This growing initiative is designed to raise awareness to the importance of spinal health and how it affects your overall health, both now and in the future.
This week, we’d like to share a recent personal experience to discuss whiplash injuries. Some of you may have had similar experiences in the past.
Chiropractie Noordzee was recently invited by a local parenting group, Passionate Parenting, to submit an article for their website. We were happy to do so, and we wrote about the importance of spinal health for children.
With summer drawing to a close, it’s back to school, back to work, and back to routine life for both children and parents alike. As we get back into this routine, it’s a good time to take a moment to make sure we’re starting back with good habits.
On the importance of pillow ergonomics and spinal health, reducing neck pain and stiffness.
Continuing on from part of last week’s camping blog, we would like to expand on the topic of sleeping positions. This is an important subject that we speak to patients about every week, and we thought it deserved its own blog posting.
With summer approaching, it’s that time of year when many families venture out into the great outdoors for a little camping. Getting some R & R while also getting in touch with nature has many health benefits, but it’s also important to safeguard your health and your spine to ensure you get the most enjoyment out of your trip.
This week’s blog is about a TED Talk we watched by Dan Buettner, called How to Live to be 100+.
Clearly, the foods that we eat play a big role in how we feel physically and mentally. With so much advice out there and so many diets, what is one to believe these days?
Ceci here, and in honour of Mother’s Day, this week’s blog is dedicated to expecting mothers.
Bad posture….some call it the Disease of Modern Man. It can lead to Upper Cross Syndrome and be responsible for countless hours and days lost from work, family responsibilities, and other activities of daily living because of neck/shoulder pain.
Through evolution, our bodies were designed to be upright and moving as hunters/gatherers, but with modern society comes a modern posture.
There are more than a dozen different chiropractic techniques that can be used during chiropractic treatments.
There are many different health care disciplines available to patients, all with their own education and methods of therapy. The one goal we all have in common is we all want to improve the health of our patients.
When should you visit a chiropractor? What is chiropractic? Who are chiropractic patients?
Sports Chiropractic has been a passion of mine for years, and since graduating from my chiropractic university in 2007, I’ve dedicated myself to furthering my education in this specialty area.
This year, it has become increasingly clear to me where I would like to focus more my efforts in the practice. With a steady stream of mothers already visiting my office, I have really come to love working with this segment of the population more and more.
We wanted to take this week’s blog to discuss our chiropractic education. There are an ever-growing number of chiropractic programs world-wide, with the most being in the United States (18 universities and colleges).
Hi everyone! My name is Thomas Halyk, and I’m very happy to be joining Chiropractic Noordzee. It’s amazing how far Ceci has come with the practice since she started it less than 2 years ago, and I’m looking forward to helping her continue to grow and expand the office in the future.
For those who don’t know me, a short introduction. My name is Ceci Wong and I help people to restore their health through the use of chiropractic therapies. I have worked in the field of chiropractic since 2004.
Today is the debut of the new Chiropractie Noordzee blog! For 2014, we have finally decided to get with the digital age, find our voices, and try to share some knowledge with The Hague and the world.