CHIRO-ASSOCIATES dedicated to helping you achieve your health objectives. Our chiropractors are well trained and focused on getting you moving forward! Chiro-Associates has been serving the South Shore and Southeastern Region of Massachusetts since 1986.
Chiro-Associates was begun by Dr. Bernard T. Brannigan. Dr. Brannigan has been honored with serving thousands of patients through his years in practice. Thus giving him a remarkable opportunity for the development of clinical skills and experience. Chiro-Associates has been fortunate to become a destination in our communities for chiropractic care in treating neck pain, back pain and sports injuries. Chiro-Associates continues to grow strong from the referrals of physicians and satisfied patients. Please check out patient testimonies here.
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Chiro-Associates has two conveniently located clinics on the South Shore of Massachusetts; one in Norwell and the other in Abington. Our clinics serve the towns of... Abington, Avon, Braintree, Bridgewater, Brockton, Carver, Cohasset, Duxbury, Easton, Hanover, Halifax, Hanson, Hingham, Holbrook, Hull, Kingston, Milton, Marshfield, Middleborough, Norwell, Pembroke, Plymouth, Plympton, Quincy, Rockland, Scituate, Wareham, and Weymouth and Whitman.
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In today’s age of health and fitness, more and more kids are involved in sporting activities. Although being part of a basketball, football, soccer, lacrosse or little league team is an important rite of passage for many children, parents and their children could be overlooking the importance of proper nutrition and body-conditioning needed for preventing injuries on and off the playing field.
The majority, if not all, sports are good, provided that the child prepares appropriately,” says Timothy Ray, DC, a member of the American Chiropractic Association’s Council on Sports Injuries and Physical Fitness. “Without proper preparation, playing any sport can turn into a bad experience. There are structural and physical developmental issues that need to be taken into consideration before children undertake certain sports.”
Highly competitive sports such as football, gymnastics and wrestling follow rigorous training schedules that can be potentially dangerous to an adolescent or teenager. The best advice for parents who have young athletes in the family is to help them prepare their bodies and to learn to protect themselves from sports related injuries before they happen.
“Proper warm up, stretching and strength-training exercises are essential for kids involved in sports, but many kids learn improper stretching or…
Amidst holiday hustle and bustle, Chiro-Associates offers tips to remind you to take care of your mind and body this season. Follow these tips to become happier and healthier than ever in the New Year.
Don't Overload on Holiday Treats: Eating healthy during the holidays doesn’t have to be difficult. Even a few simple changes in your diet can positively impact your health and help you prevent a variety of health problems in the future. Stay hydrated by drinking eight to ten 8-ounce glasses of water a day. (Coffee, tea, soft drinks and alcohol are dehydrators.) Eat more raw foods and organically grown foods when possible. Consume 25 to 30 grams of fiber a day. High-fiber diets can help prevent digestive disorders, heart disease and colon cancer.
Watch Your Back: The combination of physical exertion and emotional stress during the holidays can increase your back pain. When wrapping gifts or decorating, always lift with your legs and bend at the knees; avoid lifting with your back. Leave your purse at home, if possible; bring only those items that are necessary (driver's license, credit card, etc.) Keep Your Feet Pain-free for the Holidays: Running around during the holiday season can be rough…