applied kinesiology

Future Chiropractic Graduate Amber Horsley Joins the Office

Future Chiropractic Graduate Amber Horsley Joins the Office

We are excited to announce that Amber Horsley will be joining our practice over the next few months as she completes her internship/residency program. Amber graduates from Texas Chiropractic College (TCC) in April as the Valedictorian of her class. She has successfully passed her four national chiropractic board exams, as well as the national acupuncture boards too. […]

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Your Husband Really Can’t Smell That, And How To Ensure He Doesn’t Get Alzheimer’s

A recent article published in the journal PLOS ONE indicates that women may have a better sense of smell than men due to having more cells dedicated in their olfactory bulb. The olfactory bulb is the region of the brain that is first involved in smelling something. When an odor first hits your nose, aroma […]

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Tommy John Surgery or Applied Kinesiology for Elbow Problems

Tommy John surgery is a common recommendation for baseball players, specifically pitchers that injure their elbows through the overhand throwing motion. Football players (quarterbacks), tennis players, and volleyball players also have a higher tendency to present with elbow problems due to the nature of their sport. A quick glance around our NW Houston office will […]

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