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Tips For Healthy Living!

Jun 12 2017

There are thousands of car accidents each year in Idaho, from minor fender benders at a stop sign to head-on crashes on the freeway. The obvious worry is about the damage done to your car. However, what about the damage that was done to your body? Cars come and go, but our body has to last us our entire life! A study of over 8,000 automobile crashes revealed that 36% of people involved were injured at speeds of 9.3 mph or less. That is the speed many of us drive in a parking lot!

Find a Car Accident Chiropractor!

After taking care of police reports and insurance paperwork, find a car accident chiropractor as soon as possible! There may not be any evident injuries with pain and blood, but you could have serious injuries that may not be apparent for weeks or even months! If you delay in getting the proper help, you could develop a chronic and permanent condition with debilitating pain and arthritis as the years go by.

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Jun 05 2017

All too often, the cost of an episode of debilitating back pain or crippling migraines is an unplanned, unbudgeted expense. However, at times like this, the thought of relief from your pain far outweighs the actual cost of a chiropractor. Plus, it is wise to seek treatment for pain before it becomes worse, possibly saving you from greater pain and debilitation in the future.

It is understandable, however, that before seeing a chiropractor you will want to know how much their chiropractic services are and what type of financial arrangements you can expect. Call different chiropractic offices and they will generally be glad to explain their pricing to you and any special payment plans they may offer their clients.

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May 29 2017

Many patients are looking for a low back pain cure to end their pain for good. They may not understand about the connection between the spinal column and the nervous system and how any interference between the two systems can be the cause of much pain. Here are a few facts about these two systems:

The Nervous System: The nervous system is the center of your thoughts, memory, learning, and consciousness. All of your internal organs receive a nerve supply from your spine. Did you know that your nerves control . . .

  • Muscle tension
  • Blood vessel openings
  • Glandular function
  • Spatial orientation (proprioception)
  • Pain
  • Touch
  • Vision
  • Hearing
  • Taste
  • Body temperature, and
  • Other senses.
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