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Physiological Changes of Pregnancy

Physiological Changes Necessary for Pregnancy           It is fairly evident that women who are pregnant go through many changes during the course of their pregnancy.  Almost every change happens to either prepare the mother for labor/delivery or promote the development of the baby.  With all the changes that are happening on a daily basis, which […]

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General Chiropractic Care

It had been nearly 9 years ago that I began coming to Platte Valley Chiropractic. In the beginning, Dr. Sole told me he thought he could help me, but wished he had started with me many years earlier. I have no doubt Dr. Sole has kept me walking for all these years. When I would […]

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Disc Injuries and Laser

Disc Injuries and Laser Treatment Low back pain has obvious lifestyle and financial burdens; when it is accompanied by radiation of pain and numbness in the lower extremities, it can be truly debilitating. Lumbar disc herniations account for only 4 percent of low back pain patients but account for a high percentage of low back […]

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Lyme’s Disease Testimonial

When I got an appointment with Dr. Sole, I was completely desperate to find out what was wrong with my health. After 5 months of doctoring, I had no answers as to why I was becoming allergic to more and more foods and odors. I was fearful of the next anaphylactic attack and fuzzy minded […]

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New Year’s Resolutions

New Year’s Resolutions The New Year is right around the corner and with that comes the inevitable discussion of New Year Resolutions.  Many people fall into one of two categories when it comes to resolutions.  The first is setting too general of a resolution.  For example, stating that your goal for 2017 is to “Be […]

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The Problem with High Heels

The Problem with High Heels According to the American Podiatric Medical Society, 87% of women have had foot problems from footwear issues.  Yet, women continue to choose to wear heels in everyday life.  Some of the most common reasons are to increase height, make the legs seem longer, and to induce a more attractive walking […]

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Vitamin D

What You Need to Know About Vitamin D and Its Impact on Your Immune System Vitamin D is one of the most common deficiencies we see in our office. In fact, nearly everyone who isn’t already supplementing their Vitamin D levels is low in this very important vitamin. One study found that insufficient levels of Vitamin D […]

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Green Bean Casserole

Green Bean Casserole Recipe A simple recipe that looks and tastes great. Easily modified for gluten free and dairy free diets. For some added flavor saute onions with the garlic in step 5. Enjoy! Total Time: 45 minutes Serves: 4 INGREDIENTS: 1 tbsp Sea Salt 1 lb green beans, ends snapped 8 ounces baby portabella […]

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Children and Chiropractic

Most people think of chiropractors as the “back doctors.”  They know to seek care when their back hurts after sitting in the car or if they “throw out” their back while lifting a heavy box. What many don’t realize is that chiropractors can do so much more than take care of simple back pain.  The […]

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Sweet Dairy Free Treat

Homemade ice cream is a sweet treat during those hot summer months. Those that suffer from dairy sensitivity, allergy, or are lactose intolerant are often not able to enjoy this cooling desert. Here is a recipe for strawberry ice cream that is dairy-free. 1 Can of Coconut Milk 1 lb if Strawberries Almond Milk 1 […]

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