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Controlling My Back Pain Naturally

My father and mother both suffered from chronic back pain for the last two decades of their life. Despite assuming the problem came from their physically demanding careers, I ended up inheriting the same problem as I reached my 40s. I was afraid that my days of biking and hiking were over. I tried using typical pain relievers and rest to soothe my irritation for a few years, but the symptoms kept getting worse. Discovering chiropractic care was like turning on a light in a dark room. Now I get to enjoy all my favorite hobbies with less pain and a better range of motion.

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FAQs About Migraine Headaches And Chiropractic Treatment
7 February 2018

If you suffer from migraines, you may try any poss

That's The Spot! Why Deep Tissue Massage Works When Everything Else Doesn't
16 January 2018

Chiropractors are really good at what they do. Sti

Three Head And Neck Problems That A Chiropractor Can Treat
19 December 2017

There are many head and neck problems to be aware

Potential Causes Of A Herniated Disc In Your Back
26 November 2017

When it comes to causes of back pain, a herniated

Are Chiropractic Adjustments As Violent As They Look On TV?
27 October 2017

Chiropractics can be extremely beneficial to your

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FAQs About Migraine Headaches And Chiropractic Treatment

If you suffer from migraines, you may try any possible treatment to prevent them altogether or to minimize how frequently you get one. One of the treatments you may have heard about is chiropractic adjustment and manipulation. You may have many questions about migraine headaches and chiropractic treatments. Getting answers to these questions can help you determine if this is a treatment you should try. Here are a few of the most frequently asked questions about migraine headaches and chiropractic treatment. Read More 

That’s The Spot! Why Deep Tissue Massage Works When Everything Else Doesn’t

Chiropractors are really good at what they do. Still, your chiropractor might refer you to a massage therapist that does deep tissue massage. Why? Because there seventy-seven back muscles in three layers. Your chiropractor treats your spine and some of the muscles in the first layer. If you are experiencing pain and tightness in the second or deepest layers, it makes a chiropractor's work rather difficult. So, he/she sends you to a massage therapist to reduce some of the pain and stiffness so that your chiropractor can position you and make your spinal adjustments more effective. Read More 

Three Head And Neck Problems That A Chiropractor Can Treat

There are many head and neck problems to be aware of. Many of them cause discomfort or pain, while others just create really horrific posture. For all of these, a chiropractor has several treatment options, which are outlined in your personal treatment folder when you choose to see a chiropractor. Here are three examples of head and neck problems (which you may or may not have known about), and how your chiropractor will treat each of them. Read More 

Potential Causes Of A Herniated Disc In Your Back

When it comes to causes of back pain, a herniated disc is extremely uncomfortable. That's because this type of back pain involves pressure on the nerves in your back, which can result in extreme irritation. Sometimes, a herniated disc can be difficult to diagnose, as you can notice discomfort in parts of your body other than your back because of the pressure on the nerves. If you believe that you have a herniated disc, or you're just dealing with back pain, you should avoid strenuous activity and schedule a checkup with a chiropractor. Read More 

Are Chiropractic Adjustments As Violent As They Look On TV?

Chiropractics can be extremely beneficial to your health and the alignment of your spine, but many people are afraid of visiting chiropractors. This is because chiropractics is often depicted as a violent form of medical care in popular media like television. When the idea of chiropractics comes up, your mind might flash back to images of necks being roughly cranked in one direction or other parts of the spine being violently popped. Read More