Tips for Maintaining Your Good Health

7 Reasons to Incorporate Walking Into Your Daily Routine

  At Pickering Village Chiropractic & Massage, we understand the importance of keeping your body moving! As spine, muscle, and nervous system experts, chiropractors Dr. John Noble and Dr. Mark Fera encourage you to incorporate walking into your daily routine. Walking isn’t just about getting from point A to point… Read More

Get Moving: 7 Ways Exercise Boosts Your Well-Being

With spring just over a week away and warmer weather within sight, many of us are getting ready to hit the streets and hiking trails on a more frequent basis. At Pickering Village Chiropractic & Massage, we know how important it is to keep your body moving! As spine, muscle,… Read More

How Cold Weather Affects Our Bodies

We’re halfway through January and Southern Ontario is experiencing its first long stretch of really cold weather. Have you ever noticed that as the weather gets colder you experience more aches and pains and your muscles feel stiffer? More Aches and Pains? “Cold weather causes muscles to lose more heat… Read More

Walk Like a Penguin This Winter to Avoid Slipping on the Ice

Winter has officially arrived in Southern Ontario! Once the temperature drops, what starts as a wet sidewalk or driveway can quickly turn into a sheet of ice. Whether you’re going outside for some exercise, running an errand, or simply getting to and from your car, winter walking can be hazardous. “Each… Read More

Five Ways to Avoid Back Pain Over the Holidays

December is just a few days away and with it, the season for eating great food, spending quality time with loved ones and sharing cherished traditions. Unfortunately, all of the hustle and bustle can also bring you an unwelcome gift — back pain. Holiday activities such as shopping, wrapping gifts… Read More

Don’t “Fall Back” Into Old Habits

Now that Daylight Savings Time has ended and we once again find ourselves in the dark by 5 p.m., it can be easy to fall back into old habits. It’s tempting to stay indoors and do things that comfort us, like reading books and watching movies, as we approach the… Read More

Five Tips for Increasing Your Energy This Fall

It’s the season when daylight dwindles, and the chilly atmosphere lures you indoors, tempting you to embrace coziness. Do you notice a decline in your energy levels in the fall? We’ve all experienced complete energy depletion – those moments when you can’t muster the enthusiasm to participate despite the allure… Read More

10 Reasons Why Exercising in Water is Good for Your Body

The heat is on across Southern Ontario. Whether you’re staying cool in a nearby lake, beach, or swimming pool, let’s talk about water exercises and why they’re good for your body. Here are 10 benefits of exercising — particularly swimming — in water: There’s low impact on your joints:  Water’s… Read More

Strategies for Safeguarding Your Back While Camping This Summer

Camping is a wonderful way to reconnect with nature, unwind, and enjoy the great outdoors. It offers an escape from the daily hustle and bustle of life, providing an opportunity to relax and rejuvenate. However, while camping has numerous benefits for our mental and physical well-being, it is important to… Read More

Five Tips for Avoiding Injury While Spring Cleaning

With the Easter long weekend behind us and a warm breeze coming through your newly open windows, you may be ready to tackle your long list of household chores. Since many of these chores require a great deal of bending, reaching and twisting — all movements that can increase your… Read More