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Concussion Recovery

Concussion Recovery Time: How Long Does it Take to Heal?

Concussions are serious injuries that can affect your short and long-term health, especially if they're not treated promptly. “Concussions result from a severe blow, jarring or trauma to the head," says Dr. Alan Sherr, founder of the Northport Wellness Center, a holistic wellness...

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Concussion Recovery

5 Interesting Facts about Concussions

Most people know the basics about concussions: a blow or jolt to the head can cause brain damage. Common symptoms include dizziness, headaches and nausea. But there may be some other facts about this condition that you aren’t aware of—yet.

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Chiropractic

Chiropractic and Neck Cracking: Don't be Afraid!

For years, chiropractic care has proven effective in treating back, neck or shoulder pain, yet some people  are still reluctant to get an adjustment. Often, we hear that these individuals are intimidated by the notion that they will have their neck cracked during an adjustment and fear...

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Recent Posts

7 Qualities of a Good Aesthetician

January 13, 2018

Skincare should be a top priority for everyone. Remembering to wear sunscreen, using all-natural products and consistently following a skin care regimen are just a few things you can do to ensure it looks great and stays healthy. Enlisting the help of a trusted skin care professional, known as...

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How Often Should You Get a Facial?

September 07, 2017

Facials are a great way to keep your skin clean and healthy, helping to address wrinkles, reduce acne scars, unclog pores, and even out your skin tone. They also ensure a set time for some much-needed relaxation. With so many benefits to experience, you may wonder if you should get this...

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What Are the Best Acne Treatments for Teens?

July 21, 2017

People of all ages can suffer from acne, but the skin condition is most often associated with teenagers—and for good reason. Due to hormonal changes that occur during puberty, it’s extremely common for teens to develop some form of acne.

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