Annex Family Chiropractic

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

416.967.4466

Sad topic today. Last month, a legend of the chiropractic profession passed away, Dr. Franco Columbu.             Franco is perhaps best-known as Arnold Schwarzenegger’s best friend and training partner.  But he himself was no slouch.  A champion bodybuilder in his own right, and twice Mr. Olympia winner, he also competed […]
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Forgive me if I haven’t yet shared something personal with you. I’ve been talking about it for a little while now…and it’s good news… The wife and I are expecting baby number two! 🙂 #Blessed With that in mind, here’s a quick “pregnancy care” note: Pregnancy, as beautiful as it is, can be a lot […]
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Virtually everything we do requires us to hunch forward – typing, cooking, driving, etc. When we slouch, our chest muscles shorten, our back muscles weaken, and our abdominal muscles grow slack. This muscle shortening impacts a wide range of uncomfortable symptoms. Fortunately, however, being mindful of our posture can prevent back pain, help us feel […]
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One of the reasons everybody dreads the winter season is that it typically means that flu season is upon us. You might be seeing ads suggesting you to get your flu shot and that is because we are at the right time of year where the flu is on everyone’s mind. It can ruin holidays, […]
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Irritable. Bowel. Syndrome. It’s a straight forward diagnostic name for a not-so-straightforward condition.  A publication from the Canadian Digestive Health Foundation describes it beautifully, as a “disorder affecting the intestine. IBS involves problems with motility (movement of digested food  through the intestines) and sensitivity (how the brain interprets signals from the intestinal nerves), leading to abdominal pain, changes in bowel patterns […]
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Getting pain from a cycling session can be frustrating. You are trying to improve your skill and you end up with neck pain, putting you out for the next cycling day. Neck pain from this sport is really common and is usually caused from weak muscles or poor posture. It’s not hard to overuse your […]
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