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Aug 19 2019

Do you wake up with back pain and wonder how you will make it through the day. Are you wondering how do you know when you need back surgery? Is back surgery a good idea or are you looking for back surgery alternatives?

Back pain is a common ailment among many people, and unfortunately, even though many people do have back surgery, their pain does not go away! Back problems typically respond to nonsurgical treatments—such as anti-inflammatory medications, heat and physical therapy, spinal manipulation and/or decompression therapy, and will often resolve on its own within a few weeks or months. Ask your chiropractor about these back surgery alternatives!

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Aug 12 2019

We are in the last month of summer and many teams have started practice sessions in preparation for the fall sports season. Most athletes, whether high school, college, or professional, must all receive an examination, often by a qualified sports chiropractor, before being allowed to play in a game. Coaches and team managers realize that sports chiropractic care is the most effective approach to achieving overall wellness and ongoing preventive care, thus gaining wide-spread use among professional and amateur sports teams across the country.

Experts estimate that 90 percent of all world-class athletes use chiropractic care to prevent injuries and increase their performance potential. All National Football League (NFL) teams rely on doctors of chiropractic in varying capacities, and 77 percent of athletic trainers refer players to a sports chiropractor for evaluation or treatment.

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Aug 05 2019

This is a common question as many people suffer from some kind of back pain, either intermittent or constant.  The services of a licensed and caring back chiropractor may be the solution for you. Here are a few good reasons why you may need chiropractic care:

  • Frees nerve interference so your body can heal naturally
  • You are tired all the time and lack of energy
  • You are in constant pain, unable to sleep a night
  • You are pregnant
  • You had a fall (no matter how long ago)
  • You’ve lost some height
  • You are living with physical or emotional stress
  • Your head, hips, or shoulders are not balanced
  • You use drugs or medications for pain
  • You work in the same position (sitting or standing) for long periods of time
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