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Tony DeRamus

Dr. Tony DeRamus is a 1998 graduate of Parker Chiropractic College in Dallas, Texas. Although he has spent his entire adult life involved in fitness and nutrition, it wasn’t until he decided to attend Chiropractic College that his passion turned into a career. Dr. DeRamus has now spent the last fourteen years helping and serving patients. During this time, he has been voted one of “America’s Top Chiropractors” on several occasions. He is the former chiropractor of the Houston Texans Cheerleading squad and is currently a member of the Houston Rodeo Sports Medicine Team.

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It's almost a New Year and exciting things are happening at Sandstone Chiropractic. Not only are we committed to helping you reach your health, wellness and fitness goals this year, we are adding three exciting new services to our comprehensive
After a certain point in your life, getting older is no longer a sign of maturity, instead, it is a signal of the steady physical decline we all experience. That's not to say you have to succumb to sitting in your recliner and yelling at kids to get
What is always there, but never shows its face? What tenses your muscles without ever physically touching your body?
If you are like a lot of people who participated in sports through junior high, high school and college, there are probably a few things you would go back and tell yourself. You would likely tell yourself to mind your form while you were working
As hard as it sounds, it is time you broke up with stress. Like a toxic relationship with a person you just can't seem to quit, stress is not only harming your mental health, but the effects of stress are hurting you physically as well. Yet breaking
Every morning there's that moment. You know the one just after your alarm goes off before you sit up? Every bone, muscle and joint feels the way it should, the way it did in your teens and twenties. Back then, you could put your body through the
Americans are stressed.
I see you there, sitting on the side of your bed, hesitating before standing up. You're waiting to see if the same ache you have been experiencing for years is there after 18 holes of golf or a particularly tough session at the gym or that long run
I know, I know. You're too busy to deal with an old injury. It doesn't bother you that often nor does it impede your ability to do what you want that much. You may have even visited a surgeon who recommended physical therapy or surgery or another
"But" is one of the most commonly used words when it comes to physical fitness.