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February 13, 2019

bare foot with orthotic insole

In the previous post, we discussed why proper foot biomechanics are so important to how the body functions. Foot and ankle injuries, disorders and deformities affect how we stand, walk and exercise. They create imbalances that can lead to pain in the knees, hips, back, and all the way up to the shoulders and neck. […]

January 30, 2019

Foot Biomechanics

As we age, the movement and structure of the foot, or foot biomechanics, tend to change. Intrinsic and extrinsic foot muscles become weaker and foot deformities develop. Some of the results of changing foot biomechanics are easily noticeable. You may notice that your feet are angled in a certain way. You could have fallen arches. […]

January 16, 2019

kids playing on new technology smart phones

Most people associate addiction with drugs, alcohol and gambling. When it comes to smartphones and other handheld devices, “addiction” is typically mentioned far more casually. People often joke that they’re addicted to their smartphones or certain apps. They sleep with their phones and panic when they can’t find them. They check their social media accounts […]

January 2, 2019

A Message for the Next Generation

As I prepared my presentation for seventh and eighth graders at Long Branch Middle School as part of a WEForum health education event, I went through some serious reflection and creative thinking. On one hand, if you had told me as a student in the late 1980s and early 1990s that we would have created […]

December 20, 2018

Jackie has been a good friend of mine for years. It’s not uncommon for friends and family to talk to me about their health, whether we’re at dinner, a store or a soccer game, and I thank God for ears to listen when approached. But Jackie was hesitant to open up about how she was […]

December 5, 2018

Dr. Proodian with his parents at his graduation

When you reach certain milestones in life, personally and professionally, it’s only natural to reflect. As I celebrate 25 years in practice as a chiropractor, I’ve found myself looking back at the road I’ve traveled, the people I’ve encountered, the joys and frustrations, and the road that lies ahead. I graduated chiropractic school in December […]

November 21, 2018

Female Athletes

In the previous post, we discussed the fact that most female athletes aren’t properly monitored and assessed. Doctors tend to diagnose and treat health issues in the same way they treat males even though the female body is structured and functions very differently. Females are more susceptible to certain injuries, especially in the foot, ankle […]

November 7, 2018

Female Athletes

During the past 20-30 years, nothing in youth sports has changed more radically than the female athlete. To be clear, I could not be happier that girls are being given more opportunities to achieve their athletic potential. However, female physiology is very different from male physiology and should be treated as such. Most female athletes […]

October 24, 2018

Big Soda Is at It Again. When Will We Take a Stronger Stand?

A reader of my blog sent me a screenshot of paid content from the American Beverage Association that appeared on a major news network’s website. When I say “paid content,” I’m referring to advertising that’s dressed up to look like the kinds of articles that visitors actually go to the website to read. There were […]

October 10, 2018

Intestinal Permeability

In Part 1 of our blog series on intestinal permeability, we explained what intestinal permeability is and why it’s a problem. When there’s an imbalance of gut bacteria, the passage of toxins, digestive proteins, bacteria and viruses from the gastrointestinal system into the bloodstream becomes unregulated. When permeability isn’t tightly controlled, it can cause the […]

About Dr. Proodian

Dr. Proodian is passionate about helping people achieve better health through natural methods by combining nutrition, exercise physiology, and education with his Chiropractic care. He partners with his patients, providing a collaborative and accessible doctor-patient experience. He stands for consistency, focus, and loving his work.

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