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Jun 11 2018

School is out and summer has arrived! Expanding our variety of activities is all part of the fun and enjoyment that we look forward to during the cold winter months. Unfortunately, summer can also be a time of physical hazards. Certain injuries are more common during summer than at other times of the year. Everything from gardening to sports, running, walking and swimming can result in muscle injuries and pain. Sometimes these problems occur because of poor technique, like twisting incorrectly or lifting from the back instead of the legs.

Whether you have been training over the winter or not, using your muscles in a new way can cause fatigue and stress on your body, which can quickly result in sorts of problems and injuries. Muscles can become sore, achy, and tight, resulting in sprain and strain injuries to the muscles and ligaments in the back, neck, and extremities.

Here are three of the most common injuries that affect people in the summer:

Jun 04 2018

Low back problems are one of the most prevalent issues that people worldwide suffer. They don’t understand the premise of chiropractic care and how it can help relieve back pain without drugs or surgery.  Many people are either just too busy or they think their pain will go away on its own. They wait for symptoms to appear before they seek chiropractic treatment. This can be alarming since many symptoms of back problems may not occur until after months or years of body malfunction and deterioration.

Chiropractic care has been safely and effectively helping patients for over 100 years, saving them from pain, disability, drugs, and surgery. Finding a chiropractor for back pain can help you get active again— pain-free! This will make the difference between a life of ease, health, and comfort, or a life of pain, disease, and disability.

How can chiropractic care help your back?

May 07 2018

When you need chiropractic services and want to find a chiropractic clinic you can trust, do a little research first. Each chiropractic doctor has a type of resume called a “curriculum vitae” which contains all of his or her training, experience, honors, and vital professional statistics. This helps the potential patient understand the knowledge base and experience of the chiropractic doctor allowing them to make an informed choice so that they can receive the best chiropractic care possible.

Many people wait for symptoms to appear before they think of chiropractic care. This can be alarming since many symptoms don’t occur until after months or years of body malfunction and deterioration. By taking care of your body with regular chiropractic adjustments before the symptoms appear, you know that you are doing all you can to take care of your health.

Here are some reasons to visit a chiropractor:

May 14 2018

Your experience with chiropractic care will vary, of course, based on your unique case history, health status, age, and inherited family strengths and weaknesses. However, there are many benefits to regular chiropractic care that many people can experience regardless of any existing conditions they may have:

  • Your spinal column and nervous system are balanced and stable, free from subluxations damage.
  • You are better able to adapt to your physical, emotional, and chemical stresses.
  • Your breathing, relaxation, and sleep are deep and satisfying.
  • You are more sensitive to your actions, diet, and relationship to others.
  • You have more energy.
  • Your body functions at a higher level of resistance to disease.
  • You are increasingly connected and sensitive; life is full of wonder, excitement, and inspiration.
Apr 16 2018

Many people wonder how the effectiveness of the common forms of treatment for neck and back pain are assessed.  Here is a look at three studies that compared these three popular forms of care for the chronic spinal pain to determine the short-term and more importantly, the LONG-TERM benefits of chiropractic treatment, acupuncture, and non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs, like Advil).

The first published study included a group of 77 patients complaining of chronic spinal pain (neck, mid-back, or low-back pain). These patients were separated into one of three treatment groups and received NSAIDs, acupuncture, or chiropractic manipulation. Patients received care for four weeks with outcome measures (questionnaires) used to assess changes in pain and disability. After a 30-day time frame, only patients who received chiropractic manipulation reached a level of statistically significant improvement, supporting that chiropractic care offered the best short-term benefits for those with chronic back/neck pain.


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