Chances are good that you or someone you know is in search of better Zs and fewer morning aches.
The Better Sleep Council recommends the side-sleeping position for people with bad backs, since it can ease pain in the hips and lower back area. That’s good news for a lot of people ― side sleepers make up 70 percent of the population, according to a survey by Consumer Reports. Click here to learn more...
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We are excited to announce that building permits are in for construction at the new chiropractic office in Chapel Hill! In the mean time, stop by and...
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