Appointment Policies

Our goal is to provide quality physical therapy and classes in a timely manner. As we are a small business; space and time is limited. In order to provide excellent service and access to appointments the Backhealer has had to…

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Back pain interview with Dr. Cory Holly

Dr. Cory Holly is the Founder & President of the Cory Holly Institute (CHI). Dr. Holly completed his Doctor of Naturopathy degree at Clayton College of Natural Health in 1992. He studied exercise physiologyand biochemistry at Western…

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Coffee is bad for your back

1).  Coffee is acidic. It is the acid in our muscles that creates pain for us and an increase in the amounts of acids may makes it difficult for us to remove. 2).  Coffee is dehydrating by…

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Common Causes of Headaches

Do you experience a headache when you skip a meal? Skipping meals is never a good idea. Not only can it cause fatigue, decreased focus, and a low energy level, some people experience headaches when they miss…

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Pelvic wall – 1st muscles to contract when inhaling