Annex Family Chiropractic

738 Spadina Ave, Ste. 206
Toronto, On, M5S 2J8

416.967.4466

Some Background After 3 half-marathons in the span of 1.5 years (2006-2007), I felt accomplished.  I had a great running partner, we pushed each other, and it was fun!  Circumstances led to a friendship ending and I was left without the same motivation to run consistently. Fast forward almost 3 years, and I was in […]
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When you go to the chiropractor for an adjustment, you’ll often be instructed to do some stretches or exercises related to the issue you went in for in-between visits. Whether you have an injury you are trying to heal or your spine becomes misaligned from daily activity, it’s important to see the chiropractor for adjustments […]
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We all need exercise and there are resources everywhere to be able to do it, but do we know how to do it safely? If you’re already in shape and you like to push yourself to new levels, you could be at risk of hurting yourself by over doing it. If you’re out of shape, […]
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You can’t go wrong with a really good workout in your day, but can you undue the work you put in by eating a cheeseburger afterwards? You won’t take away from your body’s newfound strength by eating poorly post-workout, but you can do a lot of good to your body if you choose certain recovery […]
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Here’s a great mini movie, Enjoy The Case, featuring Rory McIlroy. During this commercial Rory receives two Chiropractic adjustments. Can you spot them? Imagine what a Chiropractic adjustment can do for you! Rory actually receives two Chiropractic adjustments in this commercial. Think he wanted to show the importance of a Chiropractic adjustment? If you can’t find […]
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Photo by Brad Penner-USA TODAY SportsRashad Jennings turned 30 in March this year. For NFL running backs, 30 years old is a dreaded wall. It’s a time when their best years are usually behind them and the end is eminent. What’s his secret? A part of his success is due to his healthy lifestyle, including […]
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Starting a new exercise program is challenging. People often wonder: How hard should I be working? Or am I working too hard? Since everyone’s fitness level is different, the answer is based on how you feel. Ask yourself: “Using a scale from 0 to 10, how would I rate how hard I are working?” Imagine it like this: Zero means you aren’t working […]
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