Blog Of Portland Chiropractor Dr. Todd Hartwig

Helpful Tips for a Better Tomorrow

The following are some helpful tips that almost everyone can incorporate into their daily routine to make things easier on their body. Never sit with your wallet or phone in your back pocket. If you do, it’ll tilt your pelvis causing it to be uneven leading to...

Dr. Hartwig Serving the Community

Marcum Chiropractic’s Dr. Todd J. Hartwig was recently elected as a new board member for the Oregon Chiropractic Association (OCA). The OCA is the State organization made up of the majority of chiropractors in Oregon that helps shape the future of the industry. ...

Let’s Talk About Sex!

Don’t panic – this blog post isn’t a “birds and the bees” lecture for your teenager! It’s a reminder that a healthy spine and body help ensure that you and your special someone can enjoy a healthy sex life together.  Back and/or...

Happy Holidays!

The team at Marcum Chiropractic wishes everyone Happy Holidays!  Be safe over the next few weeks and let’s all make 2021 a great year.  We look forward to being a part of your future and greatly appreciate the trust you have in us.  See you all soon!

Nutrition and Your Spine

Roger Sperry is a Nobel prize-winning neuropsychologist and neurobiologist who discovered that 90% of the brain’s stimulation and nutrition comes from the movement of the spine. Thus, it’s safe to assume that if our spine is not moving properly, our brain...

Winter Driving

Winter driving conditions are here like it or not.  This means wet and sometimes snow or icy conditions.  The most important thing to do when driving on slippery roads is to drive slower than normal.  The slower you drive the more friction with the road and less...

Stay in the Game!

Marcum Chiropractic’s Dr. Todd J. Hartwig is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP).  Less than 7% of all chiropractic physicians in the world have attained the CCSP credentials making him one of the few chiropractors that has the training to treat...

Happy Thanksgiving!

As challenging as 2020 has been, we all still have many things to be thankful for.  This Thanksgiving, let’s all take the time to focus our gratitude on the positive things in our lives.  This can include small to huge things, new or long-term relationships,...

My Problem is Where?

Many times shoulder pain is caused by an injury or problem in the neck. The problem can originate in the joints, connective tissue, muscles, and/or nerves of the neck and refer pain into the shoulder(s). If you have shoulder pain, make sure you have your neck...

Get Out to Care for Your Inner Self

Get out when you can. Travel has been limited this year but there are still many places you can go. Take a road trip. Visit some national parks. Explore those regional treasures you say you want to see but have never made time for yet. Wherever, whenever. Travel helps...
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