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Nov 12 2018

Whether amateurs or professionals, it is probable that most people will experience some type of injury related to a sport or fitness regimen. Today’s culture urges us to exercise in order to keep fit and to avoid weight gain. It is a fun way, either with a team or partner, to burn calories, tone muscles, and increase metabolism. Unfortunately, an injury can occur as the result of poor warm-up and stretching techniques, years of poor posture, or a previously undetected spine or joint problem.

Failing to receive the appropriate treatment promptly and continuing to overuse the injured area may prolong the healing process and result in a chronic injury, preventing the athlete from achieving his or her peak level of performance. Some will try to mask the symptoms and the pain with drugs. But if left untreated, the injury will only be compounded with time.

Before beginning an exercise program or training for an athletic event, check with your sports chiropractor for advice on ways to prevent injury. Here are a few guidelines to consider:

Nov 06 2018

Are you tired of living with pain and need to find relief from your back pain? Are you weary of taking painkillers just to make it through your day? Does the thought of back surgery strike fear in your heart? Cheer up! There are alternative options to consider when it comes to your health care. Chiropractic treatment combined with a change in your daily habits could work miracles! The best way to avoid illness and discomfort is to be “health conscious” in your daily lifestyle! By finding a chiropractor clinic with caring and committed doctors and staff, you are taking positive action to participate directly in determining your health wholeness.

What exactly does a chiropractor do? Simply stated, chiropractors use a “hands-on” application for care. They evaluate a patient’s condition, prescribe a course of chiropractic treatment for that condition, and then provide counseling and maintenance so that the patient stays on the road to achieve wellness. You will find that most chiropractic clinics employ trained and courteous staff dedicated to helping patients restore mobility and vitality through natural, non-invasive, safe, and easily understood methods.

Oct 08 2018

School is back in session and hopefully, your child has settled into a routine of sleep, study, and play. Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, or ADHD, is the major concern for parents as their child heads back to school. Family chiropractic treatment is a good place to start to find an alternative to medications.

Children with ADHD can have a hard time getting used to classrooms and homework, so here are a few steps parents can take to make the transition easier for them:

Oct 15 2018

Back pain is one of the most common—and debilitating—ailments people face. And finding the right pain relief is no easy thing.  Many people often ask the question, “Can chiropractors help my back pain?” According to a 2015 National Institute of Health report, an estimated 27 million Americans are evaluated and treated by a chiropractor each year, mostly for back pain relief. The hallmark therapy of chiropractic care is spinal manipulation to alleviate back pain.

Chiropractic treatment is based on the assumption that back pain is caused by the misalignment of the spine. Spinal manipulation involves physical pushing, pulling, and methodical repositioning of the head, shoulders, neck, back, or hips.  This reduces the pressure on nerves and discs in the spine to relieve the pain.

Although the practice of spinal manipulation was once considered a fringe medical treatment for back pain, it is now being adopted by more medical doctors as a viable treatment option. The American College of Physicians and the American Pain Society in their patient care guidelines included spinal manipulation as one of several options for practitioners to consider when ordinary, uncomplicated back pain didn't improve with self-care.

Sep 10 2018

Having trouble lifting your arm or turning your neck? As many people have experienced, the shoulder (or brachial plexus) is one of the most common areas of injury. Your shoulder problem may stem from long-standing spinal stress, old injuries from childhood, new sports mishaps, car accident, arthritis, sleeping in an awkward position, and even chronic emotional stress. Damage occurs to the nerves that make up the brachial plexus as they exit the spinal column through openings between the bones. If the openings become smaller, the nerves may become compressed or impinged (commonly called “pinched”).

Depending on which of the brachial plexus nerves are involved, different symptoms and problems may be experienced, including,


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