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Run For Something

40,000 people from across the world will converge at downtown Cincinnati for one common goal: to make it across the finish line. From famous ultra-marathoners to the casual runner on the street, each runner has a reason to run — a reason to get to the start line. At...

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Painting at Cheers to Art!

Being newer to the Cincinnati area I am always excited to learn and try out different aspects of the city. One of my most recent adventures was experiencing a painting class at Cheers to Art. There are two Cheers to Art locations, one in Over the Rhine (OTR) and the...

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Help Us Defend Our Title (And Win!)

At Norwood Chiropractic and Sports Injury Center, our doctors and staff continually strive to provide the best conservative health care and patient experience in Cincinnati. We are blown away that 99.3% of patients tell us they would refer friends and family to us! We...

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Staying Active: Climbing at Rockquest

As the temperatures outside are dropping, I’ve been looking for fun ways to get exercise while staying warm. RockQuest is an indoor climbing facility on East Kemper Road in Sharonville. All of the climbing walls are indoors in a temperature-controlled environment....

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Gratitude: A Pre-requisite to Happiness

“It is not happiness that makes us grateful, it is gratefulness that makes us happy.” —David Steindl-Rast With the recent protests and disapproval in our world, I asked our kids what they are grateful for. My favorite answer was “you take us to the batting cages.” At...

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A Review on Wearable Technology

How many steps have you gotten in today? A couple of years ago if somebody asked me that question I would have had no idea how to answer that. Today, with just a few swipes of my Fitbit I am able to give them everything from my steps, heartrate, and even the amount of...

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Reasons to Try Spinning at CycleBar

Have you ever thought about trying a spin class but weren’t sure if you could handle the intensity? Sure spinning can be hard but it can also be really fun. “It is pure, intoxicating entertainment,” says President Heather Harris about CycleBar’s spinning...

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My Hip Flexors are Causing Low Back Pain?

Maybe the Most Over-Looked Cause of Lower Back Pain In a recent blogpost we discussed the dangers that can be associated with stretching your hamstrings…you can find it here http://norwoodchiropractic.com/blog/stop-stretching-hamstrings/.  During our investigation of...

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Stop Stretching Your Hamstrings For Low Back Pain

Stretching Your Hamstrings May Be Making Your Lower Back Pain Worse Every year, hundreds of patients visit our office for help with their lower back pain.  The source of their pain varies, yet they are all taking nearly the same approach to self-treat.  The approach...

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TMJ Temporomandibular disorders

Many sufferers of Temporomandibular disorders, more commonly called TMJ, don’t immediately think of Chiropractic care as a solution to their issue.  Chiropractic adjustment and Active Release Techniques (Soft tissue therapy) are very effective at breaking up adhesions...

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Decompression is now is Cincinnati!

In this weeks blog post, we want to provide you with additional resources to learn more about the exciting new treatment we are offering in the office. So many patients pass through our doors with serious disc injuries, whether it be in the neck or back. Some come in...

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What You Need to Know About Sciatica

Sciatica is a general term used for pain, numbness, or tingling starting in the lower back and proceeding down into the buttock and the back of the leg. These symptoms follow the sciatic nerve that starts in the lower back and proceeds down the back of the thigh, calf...

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Learn The #1 Risk Factor for Recurrent Neck pain

I (Dr. Yost) am going to attempt to make a research article on neck pain understandable for the layperson.  If you just want to know the #1 risk factor for developing recurrent neck pain scroll to the last paragraph now.  Otherwise, please read my brief summary of key...

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How To Fix “Text Neck”

How To Fix “Text Neck” Today we are using our cell phones for more than just a simple call. We can search the Internet, order groceries, deposit a check, and still answer that phone call all from the comfort of our mobile device. It is pretty convenient,...

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2015 The Most Memorable Year To Date

2015 The Most Memorable Year To Date 2015 was the most challenging year of my life. One week before the Flying Pig Marathon my father passed away suddenly. It wasn’t until then that I realized what we do is more than ART and adjustments. Over the years we have...

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Dr. Ryan DeBell’s 30 Day Movement Challenge

Dr. Ryan DeBell’s 30 Day Movement Challenge: A Novel Approach to Improving Functional Movement in Athletes One of the most common ways athletes end up with training injuries is by performing repetitive movements with poor loading mechanisms. In other words, they...

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Norwood Chiropractic…In Mason?

Norwood Chiropractic…In Mason? Our Mason office has been open a month and we constantly hear the following… “You’re in Mason.  Why are you called Norwood Chiropractic?” The answer is simple.  Our brand is why we chose to keep the name consistent.  We have one of...

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5 Tips for Preventing a Hamstring Strain

5 Tips for Preventing a Hamstring Strain A soft tissue injury such as a hamstring strain can put you on the sideline for a while and prevent you from being at the top of your game.  While most strains resolve with rest and therapy, they can be very painful and keep...

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What Is The BEST Office Chair?

What Is The BEST Office Chair? One of my best friends texted me the following recently, “Do you have an office chair you suggest for helping with lower back pain?” The answer to that question may surprise you.  The best office chair appears to be no chair at all....

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5 Ks to Fulls

5 Ks to Fulls Every year we help hundreds of runners and walkers prepare for their event.  It is very rewarding to watch someone work through a training season and finish their event successfully.  Some seek our knowledge and skill set to resolve an injury while...

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Why Are You Stretching?

Why Are You Stretching? “What stretches can I do to help my _____?”  This is the most common question we (as clinicians) get asked on a daily basis.  It must be human nature for us to assume that injuries result from a lack of flexibility and that we can stretch them...

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