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  • Heroes - Active Parents Raise Active Kids

    We are constantly searching the landscape for heroes. This is not to fill in a missing piece in ourselves, but rather represents an ongoing search for inspiration, stimulation, and motivation. Even those of us who are self-starters need coaches and mentors to cause us to reach ever-higher levels of achievement.

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  • Childhood Sports Injuries

    Kids get hurt all the time. They're running, they're jumping, they're crashing into things. Kids want to have fun, and when they play, they play full-out. So, when kids play real sports, stuff happens.1,2 Whether your kid plays soccer, baseball, football, or studies karate, a broken bone, sprained ankle,

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  • Chiropractic Check-Ups for Kids

    Kids can get checked, too. Do kids need regular blood pressure check-ups or regular tests of their blood glucose levels? Probably not - these simple procedures can be done during a child's annual physical. But kids are very active and more frequent chiropractic check-ups are usually a good idea. Most

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  • Healthy Kids Are Smart Kids

    American kids are under tremendous pressure to perform well in school. Every year they're required to take more and more standardized tests, and every year they fall further behind children around the world, particularly in science and mathematics.More is required to do well in school beyond sitting

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  • Children & Good Computer Ergonomics

    At least 70 percent of America's 30 million elementary school students use computers, according to a recent New York Times article. As a result of this increased usage, doctors of chiropractic are treating more young patients suffering from the effects of working at computer stations that are either

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  • Are You Protecting Your Children?

    The growing awareness of safe driving and state safety laws have alerted the general public and parents to the importance of using car seats for their small children whenever and wherever they are driving. Most states require the use of car seats for children under the age of 4 and weighing less than

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  • Give Your Kids the Gift of a Healthy Spine

    The health of a child’s spine needs to be taken very seriously. A healthy spine will decrease their chance of injury, improve their posture, improve their overall health and help to avoid spinal problems such as scoliosis. in fact, studies have shown that children who receive regular

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  • Soccer Kids Need Protection

    Ever since 1984, the year soccer passed baseball as the most popular team sport in the United States, participation in this sport has skyrocketed. With increasing numbers of children running and kicking their way down soccer fields across America, doctors of chiropractic are urging

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  • Keeping Athletic Kids Healthy & Fit

    In today's age of health and fitness, more and more kids are involved in sporting activities. Although being part of a football, soccer or Little League team is an important rite of passage for many kids, parents and their children could be overlooking the importance of proper nutrition

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  • "don't know how to say how grateful I am for Dr. Grace. He is extremely professional and knowledgable. He truly takes his time to work with his patients one on one, and really listening to his patients and their needs. He takes his time in really making each adjustment customized and amazing for each client. I credit him for how well I am doing and continue to do since a pretty serious back injury. Thank you!"
    Nicole Cannata
  • "I've been going to Grace Family Chiropractic for many years. Dr Grace always delivers when it comes to adjusting my back and neck. He is personable, and he focuses on all your alignment problems. The atmosphere of the office is warm and cheerful. When you walk out, you always have a smile on your face because you feel so much better."
    Robert Corsi
  • "Dr. Grace is the only chiropractor I will ever go to again. He is professional, honest, friendly, and wants only the best for his patients. My son now sees him as well."
    Lisa DagesseDilibero

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