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About Dr Robert Dalton

Owner and chiropractor of Dalton Chiropractic. My philosophy is to provide chiropractic care to patients of all ages in a drug free fashion through spinal and extraspinal manipulation, physiotherapy, exercise routines, nutritional advice or recommendations; postural and work related changes. This is accomplished by the techniques and concepts of connective tissue molding (CTM).

Things to Know about Stretching: Active Static Stretch

Position A                                               Position B Last blog discussed one of two different types of static stretching which is … Continue reading

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The Different Types of Stretches: Static

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Things to Know About Stretching: “Tripod of Exercise”

For the most part, stretching gets such a bad rap in the exercise world.  Most athletes and exercise enthusiasts become hooked on the “real” part of exercising;  cardiovascular and strength training.  Well, I never saw a tripod be able to … Continue reading

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Hydration: Is Caffeine and Alcohol OK while exercising?

Think about drinking your coffee or tea this morning. Within about 30 minutes your mood and alertness picks up. For most of us, it’s why we have a cup or two. On the other hand, the more coffee we drink … Continue reading

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Hydration 6 of 6: Which sports drinks are best?

Sport drinks get a lot of “talk” and attention for water and electrolyte replacements.  My last blog discussed the average intake of sodium, potassium and water replenishment during activities.  Recall that the hourly intakes should be 8 oz of water, … Continue reading

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Ebola Virus: Researcher explains recent outbreak in West Africa

Originally posted on Dalton Chiropractic Blog:
Oklahoma researcher explains recent Ebola outbreak in West Africa Joshua Ward, the director of scholar development and undergraduate research at Oklahoma State University, answered a few questions about the evolving Ebola outbreak in West…

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Hydration 5 of 6: Proper Water an electrolyte replenishing rates when exercising

Providing our body the correct amount of water and electrolytes will assure our best performance.  This is accomplished in three ways:  pre-exercise, during the event and post-exercise. Pre-exercise consumption should be up to 12 hrs prior to the event with … Continue reading

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