Posture is extremely important for your health. It can help align your body and allow your muscles to work together naturally. Poor posture can lead to muscle strains, pulls and can even strain ligaments. It can make your heart work harder than it should and injure your back. It can influence everything else you do, from walking to lifting heavy objects. Here's how to get good posture at work:



Are you interested in improving your posture? Taking the time and putting in a bit of effort can help you yield many great results! “Good” posture is when the muscles surrounding the spine are balanced and able to support the body equally. Let’s look at five benefits of improving your posture.



There is an opioid crisis in the United States. Awareness of the issue rising, but not quickly enough to save the lives of the approximately 130 people who die each day due to opioid abuse. Chronic pain contributes to depression and desperation for relief, often fueling addiction to prescription pain medication. Unfortunately, many people do not realize the potential relief available through chiropractic care, acupuncture, and physical therapy.

At Kordonowy Chiropractic Center, we are helping Asheville area residents find safe alternatives for pain management. In this article, we are discussing the dangers of prescription pain medication addiction and the benefits of seeking pain management alternatives before beginning drug treatments.



During the hazy days of long North Carolina summers, it seems like the only thing getting a workout is your air conditioner. Your favorite outdoor activities, from walking, biking, and hiking to pickup basketball and playing with the kids/pets in the backyard, become much more challenging. How do heat and humidity affect your body - and can you work up a good (healthy) sweat safely?



Being in a car accident is undoubtedly traumatic - emotionally and physically. It is common to feel aches and pains, even if you are “fortunate” and escape serious injury. But when it comes to your spinal and neck health, you cannot be too cautious. Even “minor” injuries can have significant impacts on your mobility, comfort level, and overall health and wellness. What do you need to know about car accidents and your spine?