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  • The “Red Flags” of Low Back Pain
    Treatment guidelines published around the world note that ruling out “red flags” is a healthcare provider’s number one responsibility, which is in line with the decree exhorted by all healthcare Read more
  • Can Exercise Prevent Low Back Pain?
    While it’s not possible to totally prevent low back pain (LBP), individuals who regularly exercise appear to have a reduced risk for LBP. Additionally, fit adults who develop back pain Read more
  • Can Chiropractic Help My Headaches?
    According to the World Health Organization, headaches are among the most common disorders of the nervous system affecting an estimated 47% of adults during the past year. Headaches place a Read more
  • Shoulder Pain – What Are My Treatment Options?
    The shoulder is not just one joint but rather four: the sternoclavicular (collar bone/breast bone), acromioclavicular (the “roof” of the ball & socket joint), glenohumeral (the ball & socket joint), Read more
  • "My Head Feels Heavy at the End of the Day - What Can I Do?"
    The head is a large and heavy part of a person. In a child, the head can account for ¼ of their weight. In the adult, the head weighs 10-14 Read more
  • When and When Not to Worry About Headaches…
    Most people will experience some form of headache during their lifetime. The good news is that most headaches are related, at least in part, to the neck or cervical spine Read more
  • Low Back Pain: What Can I Do for It?
    Low back pain (LBP) is the second most common reason for doctor visits in the United States and it is a condition that most of us will at some point 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
  • Low Back Pain: Is It Your Feet?
    The foot and ankle are unique in that their range of motion includes not only the front-to-back, hinge-like motion we associate with walking but also the lateral or side-to-side movement Read more
  • The “Red Flags” of Low Back Pain
    Treatment guidelines published around the world note that ruling out “red flags” is a healthcare provider’s number one responsibility, which is in line with the decree exhorted by all healthcare Read more
  • When and When Not to Worry About Headaches…
    Most people will experience some form of headache during their lifetime. The good news is that most headaches are related, at least in part, to the neck or cervical spine Read more
  • Low Back Pain: What Can I Do for It?
    Low back pain (LBP) is the second most common reason for doctor visits in the United States and it is a condition that most of us will at some point Read more
  • Low Back Pain: Who Will Respond Best to Care?
    Is it possible to identify which low back pain patients might experience the most benefit from spinal manipulation combined with exercise? In a 2011 study, researchers identified which patients might Read more
  • Low Back Pain Benefits from Adjustment
    Is it possible to identify which low back pain patients might experience the most benefit from spinal manipulation combined with exercise? In a 2011 study, researchers identified which patients might Read more
  • The Neck and Headache "Connection"
    Neck and Headache Connection Read more
  • What Causes Lower Back Pain?
    Low back pain (LBP) is VERY common condition, and research shows that up to 50% of the adult population in the United States will experience LBP in any three-month timeframe Read more

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