1. Stressors during the Pandemic and how to find wellness again

    We have all experienced some level of pandemic fatigue - it can be tempting to let your guard down. The care free and novel days of zoom meetings and working from home has lost its notoriety for many. Physical distancing and mask-wearing are taking a toll on us. Physical exercise is really difficult…Read More

  2. January: The month we all decide to start anew

    By Terri Williams I don’t know about you but I am ready to get back to some kind of normal again. Life over the past few months has sure been challenging. For me life slowed down a little. We were not able to see my kids or grandkids except on Zoom. I had a brand new grandbaby that I still have no…Read More

  3. Law of Attraction

    By: Terri Williams According to Wikipedia, the Law of Attraction is the belief that positive or negative thoughts bring positive or negative experiences into a person's life. The belief is based on the idea that people and their thoughts are made from "pure energy,” and that a process of like e…Read More

  4. Celebrating National Chiropractic Health Month

    Dr. Brad Cranwell and the team at Connected Chiropractic in Johnstown are celebrating National Chiropractic Health Month. Since March, many people across the country have incorporated changes into their daily lives to reduce their potential exposure to COVID-19: avoiding public spaces, working from …Read More

  5. Massage Therapy and Cancer Treatment

    By: Terri Williams, Patient Educator For those undergoing cancer treatment, the side effects of such treatment may be very unpleasant and the need for relief may be vital. A meta-analysis was published in 2015 in Integrative Cancer Therapies on the correlation between massage therapy and cancer pain…Read More

  6. Back on Track Challenge

    Join Dr. Brad and the Connected Chiropractic team in the YMCA Back on Track Challenge. Now through Oct. 25 there are six weekly challenges. From the YMCA website: Get social 6 times: Connect with friends and family, write letters, connect digitally, play games or enjoy a family dinner. Do 5 cardio …Read More

  7. Massage Therapy for Fibromyalgia

    Fibromyalgia is a medical condition characterized by chronic widespread pain and heightened pain response to pressure. It seems that the relationship between massage therapy and Fibromyalgia is clouded and controversial when it comes to asking if massage is actually effective in helping relieve Fibr…Read More

  8. Massage and the Cardiovascular System

    A University of Illinois at Chicago conducted a study in regards to the benefits of massage therapy and came to the conclusion that “massage therapy improves general blood flow and alleviates muscle soreness after exercise.  The results also shows that massage improved vascular function in people…Read More

  9. General Benefits of Massage

    By Terrilee Williams, Patient Educator One of the things I like best and look forward to is a massage.  What a treat to have a massage!!  But there are other benefits as well. Massage is sometimes seen as more of a luxurious action during a spa weekend, but did you know it can also be a lifesaver …Read More

  10. Spine Health and Athlete Performance

    Dr. Brad sat down with Jonathan ‘Boomtown’ Gillham on KCSU radio to do a podcast regarding chiropractic care and how sports injuries to the spine can have different effects on performance and more! According to the American Chiropractic Association, experts estimate that 90 percent of all world-…Read More