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  • How to Prevent Seasonal Allergies this Spring

    Blog, Uncategorized | March 27, 2018

    Seasonal allergies are the scourge of spring. The weather is warming up, the snow has melted, the sun is shining and it seems like things are finally looking up, so of course, the sniffles set in. But here’s the thing. You don’t have to spend the nextRead More…

  • Emphasizing the importance of hormone balance

    Physical Therapy | January 23, 2018

    The need for hormone therapy revolves around one simple concept: our hormones control almost everything our body does. Think of them as messengers that relay instructions between the organs. Hormones specifically don’t carry out the functions, but theyRead More…

  • Aesthetics: Treatment for the Healthy

    Blog, Uncategorized | January 3, 2018

    We offer hormone therapy to help create a balance in the body. We provide neurofeedback to guide the brain to overcome a variety of disorders. Aesthetics, our newest service, on the other hand, does not treat illness or pain. It is a service that purelRead More…

  • 7 Ways to Stay Active During the Cold Months

    Blog, Heart Health | November 2, 2017

    We talk about staying active and healthy during the cold months. We tell ourselves over and over that this year we are going to be good. But time and time again, we don’t follow through on our goals. And we beat ourselves up for it. They say that the dRead More…

  • October is National Chiropractic Health Month

    Blog, Chiropractic Care | October 19, 2017

    October is many things. You are probably aware of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, as well as, perhaps ironically, the month-long observance of horror films and macabre. Something you may not know about October is that it is also National Chiropractic HeRead More…

  • Deep Tissue Laser Therapy Reduces Pain

    Chiropractic Care, Uncategorized | October 2, 2017

    Lasers have long played a fascinating role in our culture. Persistently hovering somewhere between cutting edge technology and science fiction, they are an enigma to many. Cats, of course, love them. Yet in our minds, they have always represented sometRead More…

  • Allied Health Care now offers Hormone Therapy

    Blog | September 22, 2017

    We all wish we had the energy to do everything on our list. Our personal and work lives both calls for a lot of focus and energy. What you may not have known, is that sometimes this lack of drive is more than just situational. More than just lack of slRead More…

  • Spinal Manipulation for a Herniated Disc

    Blog, Chiropractic Adjustment | August 31, 2017

    Now that football season has made its triumphant return (is it September already?), we thought we would take a look at a common contact sport injury: a herniated disc. What causes a herniated disc? A herniated disc can flare up from more than just a haRead More…

  • The Positive Effects of Swimming on the Body

    Blog, Heart Health | July 31, 2017

    Have you been swimming yet this summer? If you haven’t, you may be missing out on one of the best ways to take care of your body. Many people can agree that swimming is an enjoyable summer activity. Most can also agree that it is a great workout. SwimmRead More…

  • 5 Signs You Should Visit a Chiropractor

    Blog, Chiropractic Care | June 28, 2017

    Pain is nature’s way of telling you that everything is not alright. Although there are many different types of pain, there are a few specific kinds that may require chiropractic attention. And while a homemade solution may work in some instances, oftenRead More…

  • 9 Myths about Neurofeedback Therapy

    Blog | May 15, 2017

    Neurofeedback therapy is an incredible procedure that allows the brain to correct irregularities within itself. Conditions as varied as depression, anxiety, and migraines are treatable with professional care. However, as with most procedures not as strRead More…

  • Easy, healthy lifestyle choices to help you live longer

    Blog | April 25, 2017

    The secret to a long, healthy life does not lie in eating more fruits and vegetables. Nor does it lie in daily exercise, drinking lots of water, or smiling at strangers. These are all fine and good, but they are means to an end. If you really want to aRead More…

  • Idaho Falls Chiropractic Adjustments

    One of our chiropractic adjustment rooms. At Allied Health we have doctors with a variety of specialities for all-around healthcare, including the top-rated Idaho Falls chiropractor, Dr. Aaron Nelson. Regular visits for a chiropractic adjustment can heRead More…

  • Migraine relief through neurofeedback

    Blog, Idaho Falls, Neuro-Feedback | April 6, 2017

    A migraine is more than a headache. Neurofeedback can treat many different maladies, but perhaps none is so prevalent or agonizing as chronic migraines. If you frequently suffer from migraines, or know someone who does, you know how deeply it can affecRead More…

  • Why You Should Visit a Chiropractor While Pregnant

    At the risk of offending all women everywhere, I will state the obvious: Pregnancy is rough on the body. Can I redeem myself by saying just how amazing women are for going through it, sometimes multiple times? The body experiences many changes and a loRead More…

  • Fight Heart Disease during American Heart Month, and beyond

    Blog, Heart Health, Idaho Falls | February 27, 2017

    Heart disease runs in the American family. It kills more of us each year than anything else. One in four Americans die every year from it, and it is the leading cause of death for both men and women. Among most ethnic groups, heart disease accounts forRead More…

  • Neurofeedback beats meds – here are 5 reasons why

    Blog, Idaho Falls, Neuro-Feedback | February 2, 2017

    It is hard to, in good faith, be dismissive of prescription medicine. It would also be unfair to the myriad people who have seen positive, even miraculous results from taking medication. About half of the U.S. population reports having taken at least oRead More…

  • Plantar fasciitis is no match for custom orthotics

    Blog, Chiropractic Care | January 19, 2017

    Feet are amazing things. And a little strange. An entire culture has been constructed for the feet, from pedicures to footwear. They change in size; feet typically extend by two sizes when you stand up, and are at their largest at the end of the day. DRead More…

  • Safe snow shoveling has your back

    We’re all keenly aware of how much snow southeast Idaho gets. Regardless of your opinion of the snow, it undoubtedly puts a strain on transportation and other daily tasks. The presence of snow adds one major chore to the docket of daily tasks: snow remRead More…

  • Healthy New Year Resolutions: Be Accountable

    Blog, Heart Health | December 27, 2016

    Perhaps the only thing more cliche about not keeping your new year resolutions is talking about how to actually keep them. It’s easy sometimes to forget about them a short way into the year because, when it comes to new year resolutions, you are only aRead More…

  • 7 Tips for a Strong and Healthy Spine

    Blog, Chiropractic Care | December 16, 2016

    Why a healthy spine? Of course, we all want to have healthy bodies in good, working order. But what is it about a healthy spine that is so appealing? A few may come to mind immediately. The spine, and in particular a healthy spine, is the framework forRead More…

  • Zesty Quinoa Salad

    Blog | November 30, 2016

    Ingredients 1 cup quinoa 2 cups water 1/4 cup extra-virgin olive oil 2 limes, juiced 2 teaspoons ground cumin 1 teaspoon salt 1/2 teaspoon red pepper flakes, or more to taste 1 1/2 cups halved cherry tomatoes 1 (15 ounce) can black beans, drained and rRead More…

  • Healthy Snacks for Halloween?

    Blog | October 31, 2016

    There is a popular concern that some parents have had about sending their kids out for candy on Halloween night. The old superstition is this: Will any of the candy bars have razor blades in them? In actuality, statistics show this isn’t necessarily aRead More…

  • PRP Therapy Offers Natural Joint, Skin Rehabilitation

    Blog | October 18, 2016

    It’s a common occurrence. Days before a big rivalry game, one of the star players “pulls” or “strains” a muscle and he is out. The big question is…for how long? Some proponents may say that with platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy, he will be back forRead More…