Healing Hands Chiropractic in Greensboro, NC

Healing Hands Chiropractic in Greensboro, NC Damien Rodulfo, DC, CCSP
Matt Monaghan, DC
Carlos Bonilla, DC To give the best possible Chiropractic care in an ethical, moral and professional environment.
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Healing Hands Chiropractic & Greensboro Sports Performance is a team of committed, positive and encouraging people who are always striving to provide the benefits of good health and to alleviate pain and suffering through Chiropractic care. We will always work in co-opetition with all those who believe they are in competition with us. We are in the business of 'Edutainment'. We will educate oursel

ves, our patients and all those whom we work with, while we entertain them and create a fun learning environment. We will educate our patients on how to achieve and maintain optimal health through self-help techniques that they can perform on a daily basis.

Checking in to off-site work today.
04/02/2024

Checking in to off-site work today.

Catching up with the best in the business.
10/06/2023

Catching up with the best in the business.

09/01/2023
05/19/2023
05/19/2023
Well I guess it's no longer a secret.  Here we grow friends!
12/07/2022

Well I guess it's no longer a secret. Here we grow friends!

A new place in Greensboro will offer chiropractic, acupuncture, fitness, nutrition and craft beer.

Rubbing a few buttons post turkey day trot.
11/24/2022

Rubbing a few buttons post turkey day trot.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuIZM1inGmc
04/22/2021

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KuIZM1inGmc

By offering data-driven devices powered by Windows, SportGait is empowering caregivers with the capabilities needed to provide proactive and consistent healt...

Greensboro Sports Performance and Family Chiropractic BaselinesDear Northern Guilford Youth Football Families,We value o...
04/20/2021

Greensboro Sports Performance and Family Chiropractic Baselines

Dear Northern Guilford Youth Football Families,

We value our athletes’ development on and off the field. To protect healthy brain function for our athletes, Dr. Rodulfo with Greensboro Sports Performance and SportGait have partnered to provide SportGait Brain Physical ® Baselines at zero cost to you. SportGait and Dr. Damien Rodulfo will be hosting a FREE SportGait Brain Physical ® Baselines for Northern Guildford Youth Football players April 24 from 9:00 to 12:00 at Healing Hands Chiropractic (2105 W Cornwallis Dr. Greensboro, NC, 27408).

Click here to schedule your athlete’s baseline! https://go.oncehub.com/BaselineEventGreensboro

• The scheduling software includes the consent form for the baseline evaluation. Your child cannot have a baseline if you have not provided consent.

If you are unable to attend any of the predetermined Baseline events, you can schedule a baseline appointment at Greensboro Sports Performance at your convenience.

For more information about SportGait Brain Physical ® Baselines please or contact SportGait at (910) 541-4248 or via email at [email protected].

Thank you!

02/23/2021

A new study found consuming a high number of refined grains, such as croissants and white bread, is associated with a higher risk of major cardiovascular disease, stroke and early death.

02/09/2021

Ever wonder what the ART treatment is on your new patient/update paperwork? Our clinicians are certified in and use this in conjunction with your adjustment to treat soft tissue pain and restriction!

In honor of National Girls and Women in Sports Day check out some photos from the vault of our female staff working in s...
02/03/2021

In honor of National Girls and Women in Sports Day check out some photos from the vault of our female staff working in sport!
First photo: Dr. Megan Hendel as an AT with the Buffalo Bills in 2013.
Second photo: Aleiza Higgins as a graduate AT student with Wake Forest Football in 2017.
Third photo: Jill Brooks as an AT with Tulane at the 2015 NCAA women’s basketball tournament.
Fourth photo: Robin Glasgo, who has been a personal trainer for 22 years.

Provider spotlight: Rob Balkind, MAc. is our acupuncturist. Come schedule with him for dry needling! (VA patients accept...
01/19/2021

Provider spotlight: Rob Balkind, MAc. is our acupuncturist. Come schedule with him for dry needling! (VA patients accepted!)

Provider Spotlight! Dr. Megan Hendel, DC, ATC, MBA has extensive experience working with both professional and collegiat...
01/13/2021

Provider Spotlight! Dr. Megan Hendel, DC, ATC, MBA has extensive experience working with both professional and collegiate athletics. As an AT, she worked in NFL with the Buffalo Bills and she is the team chiropractor for and !

Concussion? Come see our experienced clinicians for a  concussion evaluation and tailored rehabilitation!
01/07/2021

Concussion? Come see our experienced clinicians for a concussion evaluation and tailored rehabilitation!

Provider spotlight: Owner, Dr. Damien Rodulfo, D.C. is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician and the team chiropract...
01/06/2021

Provider spotlight: Owner, Dr. Damien Rodulfo, D.C. is a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician and the team chiropractor for , , and ! He also specializes in functional neurology with training from and addresses how neurology affects musculoskeletal injury

Tired of setting New Year’s Resolutions but not reaching them? Looking for help reaching your injury rehabilitation, fit...
01/04/2021

Tired of setting New Year’s Resolutions but not reaching them? Looking for help reaching your injury rehabilitation, fitness, or wellness goals? Healing Hands now offers behavior change coaching! Call today to schedule with our AT and NASM-Behavior Change Specialist, Aleiza, for help setting achievable goals and sticking with them!

In addition to her MSAT, Aleiza also has a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology with a concentration in Sport Psychology. Her clinical philosophy as an AT incorporates client-centered care and psychosocial principles. As a NASM-Behavior Change Specialist, she applies psychosocial principles to behavior change, assisting in goal setting and identifying motivational triggers to help patients stick to their injury rehabilitation program or fitness/wellness regimen.

As this year comes to a close consider scheduling with us to start 2021 off right! We’ve spent our 2020 growing and expa...
12/31/2020

As this year comes to a close consider scheduling with us to start 2021 off right! We’ve spent our 2020 growing and expanding so keep checking back throughout January as we highlight our services (both old and new!) to make this your healthiest year yet!

Interesting
12/23/2020

Interesting

Before face masks, the ability to recognize faces is something that happened instantly within the brain, providing information on a person's identity, gender, emotion, age, and race. Regions of the prefrontal cortex, occipital and temporal lobes, including the fusiform gyrus, give the ability to do so. Face masks cover essential features that allow our brain to take in the information needed for analysis and recognition.

Researchers noted a 15% drop in the ability for people to recognize faces when masked. These changes in performance could have a significant impact on interpersonal interactions and quality of life. The big question is, what could this be doing to the regions in our brain needed for facial recognition over time?

Freud, E., Stajduhar, A., Rosenbaum, R.S. et al. The COVID-19 pandemic masks the way people perceive faces. Sci Rep 10, 22344 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41598-020-78986-9
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12/19/2020

Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment (OMT) is a hands-on approach used to treat an array of musculoskeletal dysfunctions. This study measured outcomes by using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) data before, immediately after, and 3 days after OMT and placebo treatments.

Areas in the brain including the premotor cortex, basal ganglia, midline cerebellum, and amygdala showed an increase in brain functional connectivity with OMT compared to the placebo. Adding to the growing literature that manual therapists can have an affect on the CNS.

Tramontano M, Cerritelli F, Piras F, Spanò B, Tamburella F, Piras F, Caltagirone C, Gili T. Brain Connectivity Changes after Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment: A Randomized Manual Placebo-Controlled Trial. Brain Sciences. 2020; 10(12):969.

12/07/2020

Researchers used a cocktail of antibiotics to deplete gut microbes in mice. They found that metabolites in the gut differed in these mice compared with controls. In particular, metabolic pathways involved in making important neurotransmitters like serotonin were affected. Additionally, these mice sh...

12/06/2020

Midbrain regions showed selective activation to food cues after fasting and to social cues after isolation. Acute isolation causes social craving, similar to the way fasting causes hunger.

Positive social interaction is a basic human need. This year had made it challenging to be social. Do you think virtual social interaction is enough to fulfill that need and quell that craving?

Tomova, L., Wang, K.L., Thompson, T. et al. Acute social isolation evokes midbrain craving responses similar to hunger. Nat Neurosci 23, 1597–1605 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41593-020-00742-z

11/25/2020
09/16/2020

Individuals considered to be “fit” scored higher cognitive scores than their “unfit” counterparts.

It has long been understood that exercise improves people’s cognitive abilities, including executive function, attention and memory, and brain structure.

A study looked at the connection between cognitive function and brain structure to how “fit” each individual was. The study found that adults who had higher levels of endurance were positively associated with better scores on their cognitive assessment. Even further, the “fitter” group also had more cortical white matter than their “unfit” counterparts.


Opel, Nils, et al. "White matter microstructure mediates the association between physical fitness and cognition in healthy, young adults." Scientific reports 9.1 (2019): 1-9.

09/09/2020

Just 10 Minutes of Walking Could Enhance Cognitive Performance Amongst Students.

Brain plasticity and cognitive function are significantly improved by physical activity. The importance of this association is more important than ever given the significantly increased sedentary behavior and obesity worldwide in childhood and adulthood and the upsurge in aging populations of diminishing fitness and cognitive functions

Researchers examined the relationship between 10 min of walking to determine its effects on cognitive and academic performance in various age groups. Movement in the form of aerobic walking significantly enhanced performance of children on tests of sequential memory requiring cognitive–motor interaction and on tests of feature detection associated with attentional focus.

These results should generate both future research and impact on the nature of classroom instruction in the context of the relationship between movement and cognition.

Mualem R, Leisman G, Zbedat Y, et al. The Effect of Movement on Cognitive Performance. Front Public Health. 2018;6:100. Published 2018 Apr 20. doi:10.3389/fpubh.2018.00100

Like I've been saying folks get your D3 status up
09/04/2020

Like I've been saying folks get your D3 status up

Oral calcifediol, the main metabolite of vitamin D3, reduced ICU admission from 50% to 2% among Covid-19 patients.

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4113 Lawndale Drive
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Wednesday 8am - 6pm
Thursday 8am - 6pm
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