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  • Spinal Stenosis and Non-Surgical Care
    It’s common to see older adults with a slumped posture, and though there are many possible reasons for this, perhaps the most common cause is a condition called spinal stenosis. The Read more
  • The Whiplash Syndrome: Posture and Exercise
    Whiplash can result from a number of causes, not just from motor vehicle accidents. A fall on the ice or a slippery floor, a sports-related injury, or even one of Read more
  • What Exercises Are Best for Neck Pain?
    Past research has demonstrated that combining spinal manipulative therapy (SMT) with exercise yields the best long-term results for individuals with neck pain. So what exercises should we consider when neck Read more
  • Headaches: How Does Chiropractic Help?
    Headaches (HA) can be tremendously disabling, forcing sufferers away from work or play into a dark, quiet room to minimize any noise and light that intensifies the pain. According to Read more
  • What Can I Do to Stop a Migraine?
    Migraines can be life altering! They can stop us from being able to enjoy a child’s piano recital, participate in family events, go to work, or simply do household chores! Read more
  • A Deeper Look into Headaches
    Headaches are REALLY common! In fact, two out of three children will have a headache by the time they are fifteen years old, and more than 90% of adults will Read more
  • Migraine Headaches and Nutrition Approaches
    People with migraines know all too well about that throbbing, pulsating, and nauseated feeling that accompanies their headaches and the associated disability that often results. The underlying cause of migraine Read more
  • Neck Manipulation Facts
    In October 2016, a former model died from a stroke, and the media attributed her injury to neck manipulation. Rebuttals to this manipulation/stroke claim were a combination of both offense and Read more
  • Management Strategies for Whiplash and Dizziness
    Of all the symptoms associated with whiplash associated disorders (WAD), dizziness may be one of the most concerning to patients because of how it can limit their ability to get Read more
  • Running and the Knees
    Running is one of the most popular forms of exercise, largely because it can be done almost anywhere at any time and it doesn’t require much in the way of Read more
  • Headaches May Suggest a More Severe Concussion
    Cervical dysfunction is often a cause or contributing factor of headaches, especially those that occur following a sports injury, slip and fall, or motor vehicle collision. The results of a Read more
  • Nerve Flossing and Low Back Pain
    The sciatic nerve is made up of five nerve roots that exit the spine in the lower back (L4 to S3) and then merge into one nerve that travels through Read more
  • Neck Pain – When Should I Come In?
    Neck pain is one of the most common complaints patients have when they come to a chiropractic office for the first time, second only to low back pain. Neck pain Read more
  • Low Back Pain and Your Emotions
    This article discusses how anger and emotional expression may affect your back pain. For years, many medical doctors thought back pain was more of an issue in the brain than Read more
  • Smoking – How Does it Relate to Chiropractic?
    When patients seek chiropractic care, the focus is on improving ALL aspects of health, not just the presenting complaint of back or neck pain. The “Triangle of Health” is represented Read more
  • The Problem of a Low Back Problem
    If you watch much television or have paid a visit recently to a family medical doctor for low back pain, the information you’re getting may be a flawed. For example, Read more

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