Sesto Family Chiropractic CenterChiropractor in Lindenhurst, New York
And here we go again folks, For the third tuesday in a row we are faced with yet another winter storm. Please be safe, and as always we will be available for those who need it 631-450-4773
[6pm Monday update] - A Winter Storm Watch has been issued for the entire region beginning Tuesday night and continuing through the day on Wednesday. Snowfall t...otals have been increased and the steadier precipitation is now expected to start earlier. For more details see http://bit.ly/2FLRQJo.
Once again a coastal storm will affect Lindenhurst. Please be safe. The office will be on standby as we are regularly closed on Tuesdays. Our phones will be open and will do what we can to help. Please be kind to our town and village workers who were already called in to work and will be working tirelessly through the night to maintain our roads
Stay safe in yet another nor’ easter. And as always,
Get Well, Be Well, Stay Well...
Sesto Family Chiropractic Center
10 PM Monday Night:
The water vapor imagery is indicating an intensifying storm east of the Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. Notice the cloud tops northwest of t...he center of low pressure. This is the beginning of the formation of the intense precipitation shield northwest of the low pressure center.
As this area of lift and precipitation expands, it will impact the eastern half of the area overnight into Tuesday morning.
Once again....stay safe Lindenhurst the office will be open during regular business hours unless otherwise posted.
Professionally trained G2002/2003 team looking for a few new players to complete roster. Teams training and goal is to focus on college showcase tournaments. Message or email @ firstname.lastname@example.org if interested in attending an open practice.
The North Lindenhurst Junior Fire Dept. will be hosting its annual spaghetti dinner fund raiser tomorrow $20pp. Come help support your future firefighters. To be held at the North Lindenhurst Fire Department 1630 straight path
Adjusting the thoracic spine helps reduce restrictions throughout the ribs and allows for a much deeper breath causing the lungs to fill with air more effectively helping push out stagnant fluids reducing the chances of getting sick. Kids respond to care almost immediately by taking a deep breath after the adjustment starting the process of the body's ability to heal and repair itself making it (the body) more effective at fending off germ invasion. It's never too late to get healthy
My patients are my family for sure. Thank you for your continued support and trust in me!!
I have said it before, but it’s worth saying again. Dr. Cirino Sesto has been helping my Son keep his body ready for sports and help him with his Dystonia Dissa...bility, He has helped my daughter for soccer and many other Lindy athletes. Now my husband with back pain from fender bender. He treats ever person like his own family. You will walk out feeling better and with tons of information. I strongly recommend going here. You won’t regret it. He is also a
Lindy resident and graduate.
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Improve Your Children's Health in Three Easy Steps
Let's face facts: It's getting increasingly difficult for kids to grow up healthy these days. Between the technology explosion that keeps them glued to the iPod, X-box and cellphone for days, to the empty-calorie snacks filling the average home's cupboard, to the discontinued PE programs at school, children are growing up at a faster pace than ever.
As a parent, what can you do? Small changes can make a big difference; here are a few to get you started:
1. Just say no ... to candy and soda. Eliminating these two items alone from the home reduces your child's daily exposure to potentially thousands of empty calories and hundreds of grams of diabetes-promoting, obesity-contributing sugars. The main culprit being HFCS or High Fructose Corn Syrup. Trust me, your kids will still enjoy their fair share of these two non-nutritive pleasures at special occasions, but they don't need to be a daily routine. Remove it from the household and you'll be doing your kids a major health favor.
2. High-tech, low use ... is the catch phrase to remember when it comes to your children's use of technology. Yes, they can play video games; yes, they can have a cell phone at an appropriate age; yes, they can use the home computer – but set a per-child limit that's tied into their TV time so as not to exceed 1-2 hours daily. If they want to play a video game for an hour, that's fine, but don't let them linger for two hours and then move right into another hour of TV time. Take control and let technology be a blessing, not a health burden.
3. Move it or lose it ... by making exercise a daily requirement, not a fun option. Children respond to schedules and routine; that's why you post the list of chores, the school schedule, and the calendar of family activities on the refrigerator. But why not exercise, too? Block out 30-60 minutes, minimum, each day for your children to do something active, whether it's riding bikes, running an obstacle course, playing a sport, doing a quick routine of low-impact exercises, or anything else that elevates their heart rate, burns a few calories and, most importantly, gets them off the couch while developing a mindset of, exercise is an important part of my life every day!
With childhood obesity becoming a major concern among health care providers and parents alike, there's no better time than now to plant lifelong seeds of good health by teaching your children these and other healthy habits. Call today for an appointment and lets get healthy together,
Get Well, Be Well, Stay Well
With Sesto Family Chiropractic Center
This is my story: last year I suffered a severe disc herniation in my lower back. I was bed ridden for 4 days and was in debilitating pain for more than 3 months. I slowly started rehabilitation in my office and was on a few steroidal and non steroidal anti inflammatory meds for those 3 months. Since then I've been slowly recovering and have been able to do more with less pain and discomfort Today for the first time in over a year I was able to do cardio on a treadmill and ...an elliptical without any pain. Today starts my journey. My journey is to regain my strength drop some weight that I gained from being sedentary for a year and stay healthy and overcome this injury. I will be starting a vlog soon to document how chiropractic treatments, core stability exercises and cardio all play an active roll in helping the body heal and achieve its optimal performance. I'm turning back the clock on the "I'm getting old" excuses. For now. Here is my MRI showing massive disc extrusion and severe nerve root compression. By the way, I've been in practice for almost 18 years and this is the worst MRI I've seen; the top picture you can see a big blob in a space where it shouldn't be. That's looking at my spine from the side and the bottom picture shows the same blob looking at it from the top. The nerves are compressed and buried in the extruded disc. Fond memories for sure. Look for progress posting periodically. For now, Get Well, Be Well, Stay Well. I know I will.
Back hurt from shoveling snow? We've got you covered! The office will be open today from 10:30-12. Walk-ins are always welcome get a spinal re alignment before you get worse. 631-450-4773