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Should you give your kids Vitamin D in the winter to prevent colds?

by Bryan Bingham DC, DACRB It has been shown that low level of Vitamin D in the body can increase the risk for viral upper respiratory infections (URTI). It would stand to reason that supplementing with Vitamin D would decrease the frequency and durations of viral colds but it is uncertain whether or not this [...]

Is your diet causing your inflammation?

Have you ever wondered why you’re always bloated or why your face is breaking out like your hitting puberty all over again? It could be as easy as your diet. The foods we eat can have more impact on our bodies than just the size of your pants. Many foods we find in the grocery [...]

Thirsty?

If our body is already 60% water then why is it so important to stay hydrated? Staying hydrated is meant as a way to replace the water that your body loses daily. Water plays such an important role in our body. It helps regulate our body’s temperature, lubricates our joints, and it even helps transport [...]

Finding the Perfect Fitness Tracker

In the early 2000s, many people would wear a step counter on their hips or shoes to count their daily steps. These trackers were a motivation for people to get out, get active, and to hit their daily step goals. Now 10 years later the fad is back, but with more features, technology, and knowledge. [...]

Cycling got you all tingly, in a not so good way?

by Dr. Bryan Bingham Numbness and tingling can be a very unsettling sensation, particularly if these symptoms are experienced in sensitive areas of the body.  For men there is no area in the body that is more sensitive than the groin.  Experiencing numbness and tingling in the groin is not an uncommon experience for cyclists, [...]

How Blue Light Affects Sleep

Blue is the color between violet and green on the optical spectrum of visible light. It turns out that the blue light emitted from our electronics tricks our brains into thinking that it is still daytime. This is especially crucial during the night when we are getting ready to sleep. The blue light inhibits our body’s [...]

Cupping – My Experience

By Dr. Bingham Cupping has been around for thousands of years, but it took someone famous like Michael Phelps to bring cupping into the mainstream. If you watched the Rio Olympics, you might have noticed bizarre purple circular marks on Michael Phelps back, these are cupping marks. These marks are from the blood that is [...]

Diet and Exercise Habits of Clinton and Trump

  With the 2016 Presidential Election drawing closer and closer, let’s take a moment away from all of the controversy surrounding these two candidates and take a look into their diet and exercise habits. If elected, Donald Trump will be the oldest person ever elected to the office at age 70, followed right behind Hilary [...]

Kinesio Tape for Bruising

Before After Taping for an injury or for increased support has come a long way since the days of sitting on the trainer’s table and having the area wrapped like a new-age mummy, the times have changed and there are various types of tape on the market, one of the [...]

Float Therapy – My Experience

by Dr. Bryan Bingham My wife and I just celebrated our 12th wedding anniversary and this year we decided to try something a little different. Both of us had been curious about float tanks also know as float therapy and decided to look into local facilities. We had heard of a couple different local businesses [...]