Cross-training refers to a combination of different methods of exercise. Specifically, cross-training refers to the combination of strength training and cardiovascular training in your overall exe ...View Article
Welcome to Kennedy Chiropractic!
Whether you are a prospective patient or have been coming to Kennedy for your pain and wellness care for decades, we're thankful to share more about our practice and wellness beliefs. Based in the Quad Cities, our Moline office is easily accessible from anywhere in the metropolitan area.
Drs. Tim Kennedy and Mike Richards take a vested interest in your personal health, and will interact with you beyond treating your pain symptoms. Pain is the body's reactive response to an imbalance - usually related to bone and muscle interaction. However, without identifying or changing the behavior and lifestyle components that are creating the pain response, the patient will always suffer with symptoms.
Our approach is two-fold, working on pain management as well as rehabilitation techniques to avoid recurring symptoms. Both our doctors are very passionate about their work, taking time and effort to get to know their patients and accompanying lifestyles on a personal level.
Our main objective is simple, and hasn't changed over the years as we've been in business…to get you...
"Back on the Road to Good Health!"
To schedule an appointment or to learn more about Kennedy Chiropractic, please contact us.
Dr. Michael Richards & Dr. Timothy J. Kennedy
It seems as if every few months there’s a new diet whose rules and requirements we must follow if we’re going to reach the goal of good health. The “paleo” diet provides a great example of ...View Article
Let’s say you’ve been taking some time off from the gym. It’s possible that one week turns into two or even three or four weeks. Life happens, and going to the gym starts to take a back seat ...View Article
As we get older, rotator cuff injuries become more common, a result of the natural aging process. As the years pass, the constant motion of the shoulder joint may cause fraying in the rotator cuff ...View Article
All of us who’ve experienced a back injury of one sort or another have been told at some point to “avoid heavy lifting”. That type of advice appears to be a no-brainer or at least redundant, ...View Article
Not too long ago, the Eighth Joint National released a new set of evidence-based guidelines for evaluation and treatment of hypertension (high blood pressure). The committee’s report represents ...View Article
3D Spine Simulator
Launch 3D Spine Simulator