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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.

Recent Posts

When a person embarks on the life-changing journey of improving their diet and becoming more physically active, they often make a list of things they need. Supportive Shoes? Done. Water Bottle? Check. Visit the chiropractor? (Silence.) The truth is,
Sleep is always necessary but sometimes elusive. Millions of Americans each year spend their days and nights burning the candle at both ends while others lay awake for hours on end, incapable of shutting off their brains. As tempting as it is to
There it is. The number on the bathroom scale that has been so steady for so long has begun to move... in the wrong direction. As if hot flashes and mood swings weren't enough, weight gain in spite of a healthy diet and moderate exercise is one of
One of the most common complications in people with Type I and Type II diabetes is diabetic peripheral neuropathy. Characterized by numbness or pain in the fingers, hands, feet, and toes, what causes this condition and how it is treated is often
Athletes over 40 are no strangers to the aches and pains associated with training hard. But just because you don't recover the way you used to doesn't mean you have to alter your training plan or resort to the regular use of anti-inflammatory
The problem with athletes who have crossed the line into their 40's is that, in many ways, they are still mentally 20 years old. Assuming they can bounce back after a particularly difficult workout, they often go straight from the gym to the shower
You’re still the athlete you always were, although your body may be telling you otherwise. The human body is extremely resilient but as we age, our range of motion decreases, muscle mass diminishes and metabolism slows. Father Time, unfortunately,
We could all use better posture in our daily lives. From the way we sit to the way we stand, our bodies are mechanically programmed to follow a path of least resistance. Bad habits caused by improper footwear, poor ergonomics or simple laziness can
In the popular improvisational game, "Sit, Stand or Lean", three actors perform a scene, one sitting, one standing, and one leaning at all times. While the concept seems simple, hilarity often ensues as one actor changes position, forcing the other
As a part of the technological age, many American spend the majority of their days sitting at their desks. Whether they are working at a computer, engaging in conference calls, or strategizing with a team, movement is largely absent from many