Tag Archives: Knoxville

Food Sensitivity Seminar

by in Wellness July 1, 2014

Our office is proud to be sponsoring a Food Sensitivity Seminar for the Knoxville community. All are welcome to attend! This event will talk about food sensitivities and how they affect your entire body. It will also talk about the Alcat test that we offer in our office that can identify food sensitivities and then […]

Tissue Specific Massage

by in Wellness February 18, 2014

At Apple Health and Wellness, we strive to provide our patients with a multi-disciplinary practice.  Massage therapy is one of these that you may not be aware of; not only do we have a licensed massage therapist on staff, we also provide massages in our therapy department. The “feel good massage” that you may be […]

Peter, Week 2

by in Patient Stories November 18, 2013

November 10 I took a tumble on the side of a mountain rd. I pushed on another 7 miles after that. I had a “warm showers” person to stay with that night. 6 miles short of their home I found I just couldn’t Pedal another stroke. So I gave my friend a call and he […]

Peter, Week 1

by in Patient Stories November 7, 2013

One more week and I start my bicycle tour of the U.S. Exciting and scary. I have my maps and contacts. But there’s alot of space in-between. So,why? Why take to the out doors. I’ve taken quite a beating in my life. Severely damaged my body more then once. To the extent that I became […]

Diastasis Recti Abdominis- An “Ab-Splitting” Situation

by in Chiropractic Care, Physical Therapy and Rehab November 4, 2013

It may sound like a Harry Potter spell, but in reality this condition can be pretty serious! Diastasis means “separation” and the Recti Abdominis refer to your “six-pack abs”. These muscles attach to the linea alba (meaning “white line”) which runs from the xiphoid process to the pubic symphysis. Causes1: Sustained intra-abdominal pressure due to […]

Treating Inflammation

by in Chiropractic Care, Medical Care, Wellness October 9, 2013

In February of 2004, the cover story of Time magazine, characterized inflammation as “The Secret Killer”. Specialists identified that inflammation was known to promote cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Arthritis, and many others. After that story was released, the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition revealed that chronic illness and health problems were either wholly or […]