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April 30th

Plantar fasciitis: “I beat it. So can you!!”

Plantar Fascitis is one of the most common foot disorders that we see in our office.  The Plantar Fascia is a ligament that connects our heel to our toes.  This ligament helps hold up our arches in our feet, and when it becomes irritated we get this syndrome.  The most common complaint of plantar fasciitis is pain, which is most prevalent in the mornings or after getting up from sitting.  People who are on their feet a lot during the day and runners are the most commonly affected.  A proactive approach to this problem can keep the patient from costly surgery or shots.  The doctor evaluates the issues, and a treatment plan is set fourth.  Some common treatments are sub-aqueous ultrasound, icing, cross friction massage, and stretching of the soleus/hamstrings.  A home treatment I give most Continue Reading »

April 25th

Exercises for Expecting Mothers

There have been some studies done on pregnant women that have actually demonstrated that your gait motion remains relatively unchanged during pregnancy.  However, there is an increased demand on certain muscles of the hip/pelvic region along with the ankle as well.  This increase in demand is a contributor to the increased discomfort many pregnant women experience in the low back, hip, and pelvic region.  For these reasons, it is even more important to incorporate some form of exercise and conditioning during your pregnancy to help with the stability of your pelvis, and to help with the aches and pains in low back/pelvic region.
Many women are familiar with Kegels and Pelvic Rocks.  Some additional exercises I personally like for myself are Clams and Wall Squats.
April 23rd

Free Luxury Massage!

We are giving away one free 90 minute luxury massage to one lucky person!  You could be that person!  If we reach our goal of 500 “Likes” on our Facebook page by June 1st, every person that likes our page will be entered into the drawing for the free massage.  But that’s not the only reason you should “Like” us.  By becoming a fan of CCWC on Facebook, you’ll be informed of future promotions and discounts, and receive articles and posts in your news feed about current health and wellness related topics.  So, make sure you “Like” our page, and share it with your friends, because if we don’t reach 500 fans, then no one will win the massage, and we don’t want that do we?

April 22nd

Pregnancy & Chiropractic

It is common for a pregnant mother to have back and hip pain.  We treat many mothers for this.  Part
of the reason for the pain is due to the postural changes the mother’s body goes through as the
baby grows.  The body also releases a hormone relaxin that “relaxes” all of her ligaments, causing
more instability.  Treatments can help with this discomfort, and they also can help with the baby’s
development and position.

I use the Webster Technique to adjust during pregnancy.  It is a specific adjustment to the mother’s
pelvis that benefits both mother and baby.  This technique takes additional training and certification
which I have accomplished. Many of our patients have had success in their pregnancy and delivery with these treatments.

To read up more on this awesome chiropractic technique, check out and look for the Webster Technique.

Dr. Kelly Garber

April 18th

Chiropractic for the Whole Family

Chiropractic care is good for the whole family. We treat grandparents all the way down to newborns.

The Chiropractic Physicians at CCWC are trained in multiple treatment techniques depending on the patient’s age and problem.

You’re probably thinking, “Babies? You treat babies!?”
Yes! Infants make up 25% of our practice. Chiropractic treatments help with cranial molding or shaping. Treatments of infants also has found to be helpful with colic, bowels, earaches, wry neck, and a host of other things.

Growing years- we treat a lot of kids in their youth for injury. However, one of the most common is poor posture. We treat the spine and also give instruction on posture changes, posture exercises, and sometimes include bracing to help with more difficult cases. The spine grows mostly between the ages of 9-15, so we recommend at least two spinal checks a year for our school-aged patients.

Adulthood brings education with a lot of sitting and also entering into the workforce. Depending on the patient, we treat once a month to help maintain spinal alignment all the way to allowing the patient to call when they need a “tune-up”.

Remember you only have one spine for a lifetime! So treat it right! A lot of people take better care of their teeth than their spine. You can replace your teeth. You can’t replace your spine!

Take care of that spine
Your CCWC Chiropractic treating team!

April 16th

Be a Sponsor!

Community Chiropractic & Wellness Center currently sponsors the 8 children you see above through monthly giving to Lifesong for Orphans.  Join us in helping break the cycle of poverty by providing a child with an education, spiritual mentoring, and food through your monthly donation.  You could literally change a life through giving only $19 a month!  There are 587 unsponsored children in Lifesong’s program.  Will you help one of them become one less statistic?  Watch this video to learn more!

ZAT OneLess from Lifesong for Orphans on Vimeo.

April 15th

Infants & Chiropractic

“How early can I get my baby a treatment?”  This is a question we get asked by many patients.

Chiropractors have been treating babies as soon as they are born for many years.  I personally treated both of my children as infants; even just a few hours old.  So, I guess the answer to the question is…Once the baby is born, it is ready anytime to have its first chiropractic adjustment.  Just make sure you take them to a licensed chiropractor who specializes in pediatrics and infants.

Your wellness is our goal!

Dr. Garber

April 11th

CCWC Fitness

CCWC is happy to announce that Aaron Waggoner, our Fitness & Weight management instructor, has just been certified in CPR456351_4123032188644_763259354_o.

Aaron also has been accepted into the ACE personal trainer certification program.  This will give him more knowledge & instruction for CCWC fitness programs.

The treating team at CCWC are all excited for Aaron and the benefits this will bring to our patients.

Your wellness is our goal,
Dr. Waggoner

April 10th

Allergy in the Ears

Each year 30 million children in the US are treated for middle ear
infections.  Middle ear infection is the number one condition for
doctor visits by children under the age of 15.  The conventional method of
treatment involves antibiotic treatment or a surgical procedure to
implant ear tubes.  The problem with these solutions is that, though
relief may be provided, it is usually a temporary fix.

In our office we see a significant amount of childhood ear conditions,
and have had success working with them.  What seems to be ignored in
Continue Reading »

April 9th

Growing to Meet Your Needs!

Dr. Waggoner has been practicing for many years.  But it was in 2009 that he decided to open up an office in Shipshewana.  At that time, he had five people on staff including himself.  Part of his vision was to offer a complete health and wellness solution.  So, over time he has added on massage therapy, acupuncture, EDS, and other services.  His business began to grow very quickly, and with that growth comes the need for more staff to handle the many patients, phone calls, and paper work.  In early 2012, the Millersburg office opened up to offer another convenient location for full wellness care.  As you can see in the photo above, Community Chiropractic and Wellness Center has grown from 5 staff members to 20 as of April 2013.  Thank you to all of our patients for your business and referrals!  We appreciate you, and look forward to providing you with many more years of service!

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