CHIRO-ASSOCIATES dedicated to helping you achieve your health objectives. Our chiropractors are well trained and focused on getting you moving forward! Chiro-Associates has been serving the South Shore and Southeastern Region of Massachusetts since 1986.
Chiro-Associates was begun by Dr. Bernard T. Brannigan. Dr. Brannigan has been honored with serving thousands of patients through his years in practice. Thus giving him a remarkable opportunity for the development of clinical skills and experience. Chiro-Associates has been fortunate to become a destination in our communities for chiropractic care in treating neck pain, back pain and sports injuries. Chiro-Associates continues to grow strong from the referrals of physicians and satisfied patients.Please check our patient testimonials here.
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Chiro-Associates has two conveniently located clinics on the South Shore of Massachusetts; one in Norwell and the other in Abington. Our clinics serve the towns of... Abington, Avon, Braintree, Bridgewater, Brockton, Carver, Cohasset, Duxbury, Easton, Hanover, Halifax, Hanson, Hingham, Holbrook, Hull, Kingston, Milton, Marshfield, Middleborough, Norwell, Pembroke, Plymouth, Plympton, Quincy, Rockland, Scituate, Wareham, and Weymouth and Whitman.
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On an average day, 30 percent of American adults walk for exercise and with good reason. Walking doesn’t require special equipment or athletic skills, yet it offers a host of health benefits from helping you lose weight and lifting your mood to controlling diabetes and lowering your blood pressure. In fact, a study showed that adding 150 minutes of brisk walking to your routine each week can add 3.4 years to your lifespan.
Here are 10 surprising ways to use walking to boost your health, along with tips to make starting and sticking to a walking routine more fun.
1. Walk to Manage Your Weight - Avoiding weight gain might be as simple as taking a walk. Researchers at Harvard University and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston followed more than 34,000 normal-weight women for more than 13 years. They found that, over time, the women who ate a standard diet and walked for an hour a day (or did some other similar moderate-activity exercise) were able to successfully maintain their weight.
Fun fitness tip: Buddy up for fitness walk with a friend, neighbor, or a four-legged pal. A study found that dog-owners walked more each week and were more… Read More