Low back pain? This workshop is designed as a core introduction to the benefits of chiropractic care and the variety of causes of neurological disruption in patients with back pain. For example many patients ask, "Is it a muscle thing?" or "Is it a pinched nerve?" A spinal problem always involves the relationship between muscles, … Continue reading In Office Workshop: Feb 19, 2018. – Spinal Cord Pressure vs Spinal Cord Tension – Your Subluxation Diagnosis
Happy National Chiropractic Health Month! As we celebrate this October, we want to ensure everyone has the tools they need to prevent back pain as it continues to be one of the most prevalent and debilitating conditions. Studies show that more than 65 million Americans suffer from some form of lower back pain annually. Spinal … Continue reading The Signs and Misconceptions of Spinal Degeneration
Did you know that about half of all whiplash injuries occur at low speeds between 6-12 mph? The logic that if there is no damage to the car then there is probably no personal injury can be no further from the truth! A small fender bender with no real damage to a vehicle may still in … Continue reading Fender Bender? See Your Chiropractor!
As the summer nears to a close, students begin to prepare for the coming school year. Make sure that the students in your life choose the right backpack and use it correctly! Backpacks that are overloaded or carried improperly can cause back, shoulder and neck pain. Many students sling their packs over one shoulder, leading … Continue reading Be Backpack Smart!
It is estimated that 5 to 7 million people in the United States are affected by scoliosis. Although there are many common back conditions, scoliosis has the most potential to create a great amount of discomfort and immobility. Luckily, chiropractors can provide relief for patients and getting proper care for this issue is vital for … Continue reading Do Not Ignore Scoliosis
The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in your body. It runs from the back of your pelvis, through your buttocks and all the way down both legs and ends at your feet. When the sciatic nerve is compressed or irritated, it can cause pain or numbness. There may even be a tingling sensation that radiates from … Continue reading Ways To Avoid Sciatica