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November 8, 2019

The flu is not season, rather, it is a weakening of the immune system from all the seasonal activities that take place between October to February. We can fight against this by increasing nutrition, vitamins As,Bs,Cs & Ds, probiotics and getting adjusted and massaged t...

October 31, 2019

Gua Sha is an ancient Chinese technique that means scraping, and it is used primarily on the "yang areas" of the body such as the back, neck, shoulders, buttocks and limbs. This type of scraping brings heat to the areas of focus, and allows the body to express that rel...

October 4, 2019

I love hearing when our patients were able to have smooth natural labors after thier bodywork. We adjusted and massaged a 1st time Momma on Wednesday afternoon who was due today, and baby came early this morning!!!! This is what sparks our joy.

September 10, 2019

Dr. Sarah is sharing the back pain statistics from www.acatoday.org/Patients/Health-Wellness-Information/Back-Pain-Facts-and-statistics.com. People are missing a substantial amount of work days for back pain that could be preventable through the use of chiropractic and...

August 30, 2019

Listen to Dr. Sarah explain the importance of testing for primitive reflexes that can help a child's left and right side of the brain communicate clearly to each other.

July 25, 2019

Dr. Sarah Duke D.C. asks Shane Duke, L.M.T. for some clarification on what Craniosacral Therapy is exactly and what it can help with.

July 19, 2019

This is an introductory video for Austin Community Wellness Family Chiropractic and Massage. Here, Dr. Sarah and Shane share what they do and some of the passion that they are trying to share in the bodyworker profession.

July 18, 2019

Dr. Sarah is sharing a tip on one way that she's been tackling her own emotional stressors in her life.

July 2, 2019

Shane Duke LMT @ ACW makes his case that Massage is as vital as a vitamin.

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