Revive Chiropractic Newsletters

Read educational newsletters on chiropractic care and how it can impact your life. Visit Revive Health Centre located at: 3420 Lacrosse Lane Suite 100, Office 2 Naperville, IL 60564.

Chemical Stressors

Rebecca Lamarche - Tuesday, July 05, 2016

When asked about chiropractic care generally, or vertebral subluxation specifically, it’s very common for our minds to go directly to neck or back pain. The average person will almost always connect a physical injury to the presence of vertebral subluxation and the need for chiropractic care, but that is not the only equation. Read More...

Becoming A New Parent Guide

Rebecca Lamarche - Thursday, June 30, 2016

The thought of having a child for the first time can be a very exciting and frightening feeling for most new parents. Read More...

Car Seat Safety Tips

Rebecca Lamarche - Thursday, June 30, 2016

Engineers are working hard to ensure that cars and car seats are designed to keep kids as safe as possible. Read More...

Outdoor Play

Rebecca Lamarche - Thursday, June 16, 2016

Thirty years ago the life of the average child was completely different. Many moms didn’t work and spent their days cleaning house and caring for their families. It wasn’t uncommon to hear “Go outside and play” echoing through the neighborhood as moms wanted to mop without footprints being left behind. There were no video games and the typical TV had 3 channels. Then it all changed and not for the better. Read More...

Tethered Oral Tissues or Tongue Tie

Rebecca Lamarche - Friday, May 20, 2016

Tethered Oral Tissues (TOTS) can consist of either a tongue tie (where the thin piece of skin under a baby's tongue restricts movement of the tongue) or where the upper lip is restricted due to being anchored to the gum. This thin membrane of tissue should undergo cell death during embryonic development but in some games will fail to do so, this creating a "tethered-like" cord of tissue. TOTS is a condition that often runs in families and is said to have a genetic component. Read More...

Inflammation : The Good and The Bad

Rebecca Lamarche - Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Inflammation is the term given to describe the body’s response to tissue damage such as bacterial infections, trauma, chemical exposures and dying tissue. The problem is that there are times when the inflammation response isn’t accurate and those chemicals, when released on a continuous basis, without any injury or infection to confront, go from healing damaged sells to harming healthy ones. Inflammation can be a good thing, but when wrong, it’s very wrong. Read More...

The Missing Link That Can Solve "Unsolved" Health Issues

Rebecca Lamarche - Wednesday, April 27, 2016

75% of people in the U.S. have it in one form or another. For some the symptoms are obvious - allergies, IBS, irritated skin and stubborn weight that just won’t go away. But for others, the damage is happening below the surface: chronic inflammation, weakened immunity, poor digestion and impaired nutrient absorption. Theses are just some symptoms or a hidden food sensitivity - a condition that is often misdiagnosed and left untreated. Read More...

What Controls You?

Rebecca Lamarche - Tuesday, March 01, 2016

The Central Nervous System is the complex system of nerve tissues that control the activities of the body. Messages are sent by the brain via the spinal cord to the muscles, organs and glands coordinating and influencing all of the other systems of the body. Read More...

What Is A Family Wellness Chiropractor?

Rebecca Lamarche - Tuesday, February 09, 2016

Typically when someone mentions “chiropractic” it brings to mind thoughts of back or neck pain, perhaps the result of an auto accident or a work-related injury; but there is so much more to chiropractic care. Read More...

Facts About Fevers

Rebecca Lamarche - Friday, January 01, 2016

A fever is one of the primary reasons that parents will contact a pediatrician even when it’s not necessary. Dr. Barton Schmitt coined the phrase “fever phobia” in 1980 because many parents believed that untreated fevers could actually rise to critical levels and even low-grade fevers could have serious neurological effects. This is just not true. Read More...