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What is Stem Cell Therapy?

Although stem cells are not new to the medical field, their use in a variety of innovative treatments means more people can experience pain relief without needing surgery. Stem cell therapy, also known as regenerative medicine, is the process of creating functional tissues that can repair or replace existing tissue in the body. Read below

Common Workplace Injuries and How a Chiropractor Could Help

Common Workplace Injuries and How a Chiropractor Could Help

Becoming complacent in maintaining safety standards in the workplace can result in serious employee injuries. In the United States, a worker is injured on the job every seven seconds–that’s 4.6 million injured workers every year. But with the right knowledge, you can avoid work-related injuries. Read on to learn more about common workplace injuries and

5 Tips to Prepare for Cold and Flu Season

5 Tips to Prepare for Cold and Flu Season

It’s that time of year again. The weather cools down, the leaves start to fall, and more and more people are absent from work and school. That’s right–cold and flu season is upon us. But there’s no need to panic! Read on to discover five easy tips that will help you and your family prepare

How Massage Therapy Can Change Your Life

How Massage Therapy Can Change Your Life

A relaxing massage can do more than just help you unwind on vacation. These treatments are also associated with decreased muscle pain, reduced anxiety, improved sports injuries, and more. Massage therapy can be introduced as an element of integrative medicine and may provide relief for patients when used in conjunction with other comprehensive treatments. Learn

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5 Tips to Reduce Back to School Stress

Summer is almost over and It’s back to school for Louisiana.  Did you know that back to school anxiety issues can be very common in children and teens? There are an estimated 18 million children and teens who suffer from anxiety. Because the start of a new school year can trigger or worsen anxiety in

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#PainFreeNation: Veterans Affairs

According to VA officials, more than 600,000 veterans use opioid painkillers, and experts say they often contribute to job loss, family strife, homelessness and suicide, as well as weight gain, diabetes and heart disease.  Here at All American Healthcare, we have joined the #PainFreeNation movement to bring attention to the public health crisis caused by pain.  

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The Best Resolution You Can Make for 2016

New Year’s resolutions don’t have to be stressful or even life-changing. Usually, when we are brainstorming the perfect resolution for the year ahead, we think of what will make us better. This might include saving money, losing weight, or cutting something out of your life. This year, let’s think out of the box and take

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Your Brain on Drugs

January 25-31, 2016 is National Drug and Alcohol Facts week and is a great opportunity for adults to learn how to talk to their kids about drugs and for teens to learn the true dangers and risks that come with drugs. The best way to prevent teens from using or experimenting with drugs is to

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4 Ways You Could Be Harming Your Joints

From spending far too much time bent over looking at a screen to ingesting inflammatory foods and drinks, there are myriads ways you’re attacking your own body day in and day out, including ways you could be harming your joints. Luckily, human bodies are remarkably resilient, and the vast majority of minor harmful actions you

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#PainFreeNation: Chiropractic Care for Athletes

Did you know that a chiropractor is part of the NFL’s game day staff? We can provide back/spinal adjustments for players and treat muscular injuries. Learn more about how chiropractic care can help athletes this October as part of National Chiropractic Health Month. -All American Healthcare New Orleans   Up Your Game: Sports Chiropractic Enhances Care As