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  • Dr. Chancellor Foulks joins Bodnar Chiropractic Center
    Bodnar Chiropractic Center Welcomes new associate chiropractor, Dr. Chancellor Foulks Read more
  • Little Known Ways to Boost Your Fall Health
    Crisp sunshine filled afternoons, beautiful colorful foliage and of course, football! Unfortunately with this change in weather there is also a downside. Kids are back in school sharing germs in close quarters and seasonal changes can trigger allergies and colds. In addition, winter is right around the corner, bringing with it the time for more illnesses including the dreaded flu. Read more
  • Mercury Toxicity
    "Mercury toxicity should be evaluated in any patient with hypertension, coronary heart disease, cerebral vascular disease, cerebrovascular accident, or other vascular disease." This was the conclusion of an August 2011 Read more
  • 5 Easy Ways to Boost Your Metabolism
    5 Easy Ways to Boost Your Metabolism Metabolism refers to the rate at which your body burns calories. Your metabolic rate is your personal “calories-per-hour” number. Your metabolism is lowest while Read more
  • Water Retention: Why Does it Happen and Is It Dangerous?
    Water Retention: Why Does it Happen and Is It Dangerous? If you wake up in the morning and suddenly find yourself having a difficult time putting your ring on your finger Read more
  • What Are Blood Clots and When Are They Dangerous?
    What Are Blood Clots and When Are They Dangerous? The ability for blood to clot evolved as a mechanism for keeping us from bleeding to death when we receive minor injuries. Read more
  • How Chiropractic Care Has Helped Me: Introducing Jerry Rice
    How Chiropractic Care Has Helped Me: Introducing Jerry Rice Few people put their bodies through the sort of punishment that football players endure every week—during practice and at game time. Former Read more
  • Choosing the Right Fitness Coach
    Choosing the Right Fitness Coach Having a personal fitness coach or personal trainer can do wonders for your workouts. He or she can be the difference between a fantastic workout and Read more
  • Bursitis Causes and Treatment Options
    Bursitis Causes and Treatment Options Bodily movement is assisted by over 150 fluid-filled sacs called bursae. Bursae help to cushion your bones, ligaments, and tendons as they move against each other. Read more
  • Fitness Lessons from the Dance Studio
    Fitness Lessons from the Dance Studio For those who want to get fit, but find the thought of working out at a gym about as appealing as a root canal, dancing Read more
  • Musculoskeletal Injuries in the Workplace: What the Statistics Tell Us
    Musculoskeletal Injuries in the Workplace: What the Statistics Tell Us Musculoskeletal injuries in the workplace account for a full third of all cases of injury and illness that require days off Read more
  • Playground Safety Checklist: Basic Design and Maintenance
    Playground Safety Checklist: Basic Design and Maintenance If you’re a parent, you may have noticed that hard asphalt and sharp edges are on their way out at playgrounds around the country. Read more
  • Spotlight on Massage and Lower Back Pain
    Spotlight on Massage and Lower Back Pain According to the National Institutes of Health, lower back pain is the second most common form of chronic pain after headaches. Experts estimate that Read more
  • What is the FDA, and What Does it Do?
    What is the FDA, and What Does it Do? The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been around in some form since 1906 when President Theodore Roosevelt signed into law Read more
  • Spring Cleaning Health Tips
    Spring Cleaning Health Tips Spring is just around the corner, and it’s a perfect time to open up the windows in your house, let in some fresh air and give the Read more
  • When Are Antibiotics Appropriate and When Should I Avoid Using Them?
    When Are Antibiotics Appropriate and When Should I Avoid Using Them? People are becoming increasingly aware of the dangers that can result from the overuse of antibiotics. When antibiotics were first Read more

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  • "A family operation! From the moment you walk in the door, to the second you leave you are treated and greeted as part of a family. I have been a patient of Bodnar Chiropractic since the doors opened 12+ years ago and I can honestly say that I have never felt more welcome and taken care of at any other doctor's office."
    Kimberly - Alexandria, VA