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  • Neck Pain: Manipulation vs. Other Treatments?
    Mechanical neck pain affects an estimated 70% of people at some point in life. Because many different treatment approaches are available for neck pain, it can be very difficult for those Read more
  • Neck Pain: Manipulation vs. Mobilization Whats Better?
    Does mobilization (MOB) get less, the same, or better results when compared to spinal manipulative therapy (SMT) when it comes to treating neck pain? To answer this question, let’s first Read more
  • Neck and Headache Pain and Posture
    Neck pain is one of the most common complaints for which patients present to chiropractic offices. Headaches are also another very common problem and often go hand-in-hand with the presence Read more
  • Neck Pain and the Deep Neck Flexors
    It’s safe to say that if you haven’t had neck and/or shoulder pain, you probably will at some point in the future. Like lower back pain, once you’ve had neck Read more
  • "My Neck Is Killing Me!"
    When patients present with neck pain, they always ask, “Where is the pain coming from?” Of course, this can only be answered after a careful history and thorough evaluation is Read more
  • "Can Chiropractic Help My Headaches?"
    Everyone, well at least almost everyone, has had headaches from time to time, and we all know how miserable they can make us feel. In fact, at some point in Read more
  • Tension vs. Migraine: Whats the Difference?
    Most likely, everyone reading this article has had a headache at one time or another. The American Headache Society reports that nearly 40% of the population suffers from episodic headaches Read more
  • Are Headaches and Dizziness a Dangerous Combination?"
    Last month, we discussed some startling new research that found that lightheadedness upon standing up (orthostatic hypotension) may be more serious than previously thought. This month, we’ll look specifically at Read more
  • The Neck and Headache Connection
    Patients with headaches also commonly complain of neck pain.  This relationship is the rule, not the exception and therefore, treatment for headaches must include treatment of the neck to achieve Read more
  • Neck Pain Where Does it Come From?
    Neck pain is a very common problem that can with a number of possible causes. It can come from laying crooked while watching TV, it can come from sleeping in Read more
  • Neck Pain Self-Help Techniques
    It is very important that those of us with neck pain learn what we can do to help ourselves as the benefits from treatment are always much more satisfying for Read more
  • Neck Pain and Sleep
    We’re hoping this article will not PUT you to sleep but rather WAKE YOU UP to the important information presented here about how to sleep in the presence of neck Read more
  • How Is Dizziness Related to My Neck Pain or Headaches?
    Dizziness, neck pain, and headaches are very common symptoms that may or may not occur at the same time. Though this interrelationship exists, this month’s article will focus primarily on dizziness, Read more
  • Neck Pain: "What Can A Chiropractor Do For That?"
    “I was golfing a month ago (or at least trying to…) and I hit the ground too hard and felt a jolt in my neck. Since then, I can’t turn my Read more
  • What is "Good Head Posture?"
    Have you ever noticed how many people have terrible posture?  One of the most common faulty postures is called “forward head carriage” or “anterior based occiput.”  Other terms are “hump Read more
  • How Can I Get Rid of This Neck Pain?
    “I’ve had this pain in my neck for a long time and it just won’t go away! It’s getting to a point where I have to do something and I’m Read more

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