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  • "Heimlich On Yourself?" Greenville, SC Chiropractor Shares Amazing Story!
    Dr. Kevin P. Lewis, your local Greenville, SC chiropractor, teaches how to use the Heimlich maneuver on yourself to stop choking. Read more
  • Can chiropractic help whiplash?
    Dr. Kevin P. Lewis, your local Greenville, SC chiropractor, discusses how to protect yourself in the event of an auto collision. Read more
  • How to get rid of migraines.
    Dr. Kevin P. Lewis, your local Greenville, SC chiropractor, discusses how to get rid of migraines naturally. Read more
  • Why do chiropractors take X-rays?
    Why do chiropractors take X-rays? Read more
  • Why chiropractic first? - Greenville, SC Chiropractor
    Why chiropractic first? - Greenville, SC Chiropractor Read more
  • How chiropractic can help headaches
    How chiropractic can help headaches Read more
  • Can chiropractic help back pain?
    Dr. Kevin P. Lewis, your local Greenville, SC chiropractor discusses how chiropractic can help with back pain. Read more
  • Who needs chiropractic care?
    Who needs chiropractic care? Read more
  • Can Chiropractic Help You Lose Weight
    Can Chiropractic Help You Lose Weight?Bottom Line:If you are looking to lose a few extra pounds this month, you are not alone. Many of our patientsare working towards a similar Read more
  • No time to exercise
    Bottom Line:You're busy and you're stressed out. Well, you're not alone.These are two of the most common reasons people give for not exercising consistently.Ironically, these are the two exact reasons Read more
  • Stress and Weight
    Title: Stress and WeightBottom Line:A recent research study found over 75% of people experience at least a moderate amount ofstress every day!Chronic stress is not fun to deal with, but Read more
  • Sugar, The Beach Body Killer
    If you have a sweet tooth, you know it can be difficult to avoid sugary foods like pastries, candy, or even soda. Which sugary food is your weakness? Researchers have proven that sugar is a key contributor to weight gain. But how? Well, sugar is made up of two molecules: glucose and fructose. Glucose is what your body uses for energy. Fructose, on the other hand, is a molecule that your liver turns to fat and is a key contributor to weight gain and disease. Read more
  • Five Small Meals
    Plenty of people go through plenty of suffering trying to lose weight. But why does it have to be that way? Surely there's some discipline involved, but the process can actually be empowering and personally fulfilling. Weight loss doesn't need to be about suffering. Losing weight can actually be fun. Read more
  • Myopathy
    Myopathy refers to a group of muscle diseases that are caused by muscular dysfunction that results in muscle weakness and waste. It is important to recognize that while some myopathic conditions can be caused by reduced nerve supply or excess nerve supply, the disorders do not stem from a neurological problem. Rather, the issue lies solely within the muscles. Read more
  • Rejuvenation Versus Resignation
    This is the time of the new year when our recently made resolutions are put to the test. Were they holiday-fueled imaginings or meaningful expressions of our heart's true desires? Are our resolutions sturdy things that will help us carry out our goals and plans for the rest of the year or are they flimsy constructs composed of hopes rather than substance? Many of us will be faced with this conundrum shortly after the New Year’s celebrations have concluded and how we respond can have a significant impact on the rest of our lives. Read more
  • Travel Can Be a Pain In Your Back
    Traveling can be rough on the body. Whether you are traveling alone on businessor on your way to a sunny resort with your family, long hours in a caror an airplane can leave you stressed, tired, stiff and sore. Read more

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