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Apr 15 2019

Today’s culture urges us to exercise in order to keep fit and to avoid weight gain. This is a fun way, either with a team or partner, to burn calories, tone muscles, and increase metabolism. Unfortunately, whether amateurs or professional, most people will experience some type of injury related to a sport or fitness regimen at some time in their life.

It would be wise to find a sports chiropractor early on to treat any type of injury, whether minor or major.  If the injury is not severe, its effect may not be felt until many years later. .

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Apr 08 2019

There are many different reasons people seek chiropractic treatment. Some use a chiropractor's skills for spinal manipulation or aligning vertebrae for preventive care. Others want help managing serious pain conditions, such as scoliosis or whiplash. The goal of a chiropractor is to help you return to your optimum state of health, in other words, achieve health wholeness.

This may involve a regular preventive maintenance program that might range from a visit each week--with an adjustment done only if you need it--to a visit once every month. The number of treatments required depends on the nature of the condition, how long it has been present and the desired result of the treatment.

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Mar 25 2019

Are you having trouble standing up straight and holding your head up high? If so, you may want to consider the DRS Protocol™ to help you correct the cause of your pain and discomfort.  You may be able to avoid surgery. The DRS Protocol™ is a non-invasive treatment to relieve back pain and other problems associated with spinal disc injuries. It provides gentle decompression of the disc through the use of a computer-controlled decompression table that applies a distraction force to the targeted area of the spine (the compressed disc) in minute increments. Over time, these small increments add up and allow the disc a chance to reshape itself, heal and receive the proper flow of nutrients to fight off brittleness and future injuries.

About 8 out of 10 Americans will experience debilitating back pain at some time in their lives. Most doctors agree that the most common culprit is the inter-vertebral discs, whether herniated, or whether just worn out, arthritic and painful. Amazingly, 90 percent of disc injuries will heal themselves after a few weeks. However, most patients want a quick fix. Waiting can be torture, and not everybody gets better. So that's when many doctors will recommend back surgery. More than 1.2 million Americans undergo spinal surgery each year, a large number of them spinal fusions where vertebrae are joined surgically with metal rods and screws, permanently, so they can’t move.

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