Linebarger Chiropractic is concerned about the occurrence of the COVID-19 (Novel coronavirus). As we respond to the rapid changing environment, the safety of our patients, staff and doctor remain our highest priority.
During these challenging times we are planning on staying open to serve our patients and the community.
We continue to closely monitor recommendations and protocols established by the World Health Organization (WHO), the CDC, and local health departments.
As a pre-cautionary measure, we have implemented increased hygiene routines, check in process that considers social distancing and clinic procedures outlined by healthcare organizations in the chiropractic profession.
We recommend patients follow guidelines issued by the CDC and local Health Department. If you are ill, been in contact with anyone that is ill or recently traveled to a high risk COVID-19 region or if you are in a high risk demographic please do not come in.
Thank you for your patience and cooperation during these challenging times.
Dr. Linebarger is now certified in dry needling and will use it as part of a larger treatment plan to effectively manage conditions like shoulder pain, back pain, neck pain, headaches, tennis/golf elbow and more. Dry needling can loosen stiff muscles, ease joint pain and improve blood flow. It is used to help patients recover faster from injury, optimize sports performance or prevent issues from becoming chronic.
For more information contact our office at 586-1531.
Linebarger Chiropractic and Sports Injury Clinic is excited to announce our move to the Ridge Athletic Club on April 1, 2019.
Our services will be part of the Ridge Wellness…offering expanded health services all under one roof. We will have convenient parking and easy in and out access. No Ridge Membership is required. For more information: The Ridge Bozeman
On an average day, we take over 23,000 breaths. Improper breathing can result from sitting for prolonged periods, stress, and poor posture. When we breathe incorrectly it can lead to increased fatigue, insomnia, and sore musculature, especially around the neck. Use the image above to practice proper breathing techniques.
It’s that time of year again! Every year thousands of people injure themselves shoveling snow, and almost half those injuries are soft tissue related. Here’s a couple tips before heading out.
1) NO FATIGUE: When we get tired we tend to compensate and use improper lifting techniques.
2) NO PAIN: If you start to feel a tweak or achy sensation anywhere STOP and take a break.
3) PROPER FOOTWEAR: Wear something with a rugged sole, so you don’t end up on your butt!
4) HYDRATION: It’s always a good idea to drink plenty of water.
And remember, you can always put the kids to work!