Advanced Health Chiropractic, LLC

Dr. Perotti and Dr. Jim and their awesome staff take pride in treating our patients as family, and helping to improve our patients health, range of motion, coordination, balance, strength, and much more. Chiropractic can help us all to become more connected to our bodies. We are excited to be asked to be the official chiropractors of our own Reno Aces for the 4th straight year! We love taking care of families, athletes, babies, expectant moms, grandmas, grandpas, and everyone inbetween! To quote on of our great professors at LCCW, "If you have a spine, and you can fog a mirror, you can benefit from chiropractic care!"
Advanced Health Chiropractic, LLC
Advanced Health Chiropractic, LLCThursday, August 17th, 2017 at 2:14am
Start your Wednesday off feeling great after an adjustment. Dr. Perotti will be in at 7:30am. Have a wonderful day!
Advanced Health Chiropractic, LLC
Advanced Health Chiropractic, LLCWednesday, August 16th, 2017 at 9:12am
Dr. Perotti will be back in the office tomorrow 7:30-12 and 2-5:30. Give us a call at 775-746-2555 to schedule an appointment. Walk ins welcome!
Advanced Health Chiropractic, LLC
Advanced Health Chiropractic, LLCWednesday, August 16th, 2017 at 8:34am
Did you know you can book appointments on our website?
Advanced Health Chiropractic, LLC
Advanced Health Chiropractic, LLCMonday, August 14th, 2017 at 5:24am
Dr. Perotti offers adjustments using a computerized instrument instead of the hands to deliver the most gentle and yet effective spinal and extremity correction with minimal force and maximum specificity. She is certified in Impulse IQ technique. www.goimpulse.com

She also offers gentle manual (using the hands) with Gonstead & Diversified techniques as well. Our office is able to comfortably and effectively provide chiropractic to all ages.
775-746-2555
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Advanced Health Chiropractic, LLC
Advanced Health Chiropractic, LLCSaturday, August 12th, 2017 at 10:53am
Working with a chiropractor can help train good posture. Good posture helps to put the least strain on supporting muscles and ligaments during movement or weight-bearing activities.
 

Wellness Tips

These simple movements or daily routines can end up hurting you if you’re not careful.
Make sure to do these simple activities the right way as outlined below:

Standing

Posture. Posture. Posture. Make sure that you keep your chin up and don’t slouch. If you know that you are going to be standing for a long period of time, make sure that you wear comfortable shoes.

Working at a Desk

Make sure that you are getting up every 20 minutes to stretch. The type of chair you have is extremely important. It should fit you correctly so that your back touches the chair and your feet are on the floor with knees at a 90 degree angle. Try to avoid looking down at your computer screen. It should be at eye level.

Sitting

Make sure you have a chair that is supportive. When you are forced to sit for a long period of time, for instance at a desk job, make sure to get up and stretch every 20 minutes. Sit with your back against the chair, feet firmly on the floor. Do not cross your legs.

Lifting

Lifting objects is one of the most common ways to injure yourself. Even if it is a light object, twisting or pulling in the wrong direction when you’re not stretched out can have a damaging effect on muscles and the spine. You always want to bend at the knees and avoid lifting anything you know is too heavy.

Overall Physical Activity

If you know that you are going to be working or playing for a while, make sure that you are adequately stretched out and warmed up. Even if it’s something light like gardening or just pushing your child on a bike, it’s easy to pull something if you’re not warmed up.

Talking On The Telephone

If you’re forced to use the telephone for a long period of time, a speaker or a headset is a must. By all means try to avoid cradling the phone between your neck and your shoulder as this could cause you to damage the muscles or vertebrae in that area.

Resting or Sleeping

Straining your neck or back while you’re sleeping is a very common occurrence. We often fall asleep in strange positions where we are not supported properly or our necks are at an odd angle. Make sure that if you are going to nap or watch tv in bed, that you are in a supportive position.