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Car Accident Tips from a San Jose Chiropractor

October 15, 2017

Car Accident Tips from a San Jose Chiropractor Car accidents are an unfortunate part of life that many of us have to experience, and while the vast majority are not serious, they can still cause lasting effects. Back pain, neck pain, and shoulder pain can linger and transform into chronic conditions that last for years.…

The Sitting Epidemic in San Jose

October 1, 2017

The Sitting Epidemic in San Jose Are you suffering from lower back pain in San Jose? Lower back pain is a common complaint for those that sit for long periods of time. A majority of employees work from a desk and are unable to move around throughout the day. Chiropractors at our chiropractic clinic in…

Are You Looking for a Top San Jose Chiropractor?

September 15, 2017

Are You Looking for a Top San Jose Chiropractor? The decision to seek out a reputable San Jose chiropractor to help with your sore back, sore neck, poor range of motion or other health condition is a great way to get your body back into balance. Whether you’ve suffered an injury playing sports, been in…

Exercise Smarter in San Jose

September 1, 2017

Exercise Smarter in San Jose Who in San Jose doesn’t take pride in working hard and reaching their goals?  Regardless of the situation, it is human nature to enjoy the accolades that come with seeing results. In this day and age however, it is almost as though just reaching goals is not enough.  We have…

Back Pain Tips from a San Jose Chiropractor

August 15, 2017

Back Pain Tips from a San Jose Chiropractor If there is one body part that most people seem to have problems with at some point in life, it must be the back. Back pain is such a common part of modern life that many people just accept it as normal and try to get by…

Think your child has ADHD in San Jose?

August 4, 2017

Think your child has ADHD in San Jose? Try these things first from the chiropractic team at Rozenhart Family Chiropractic! Decrease TV Time: Leading Neurologist Dr. Dan Murphy has stated that brain development is primarily driven by kinesthetic input. That means learning through touch. With today’s television and video games, although they are convenient babysitters…