Whiplash?

The most common complaint after a whiplash injury is neck pain with headaches. If you have even slight discomfort, it can be a good indicator that something more and possibly permanent is going on with your musculoskeletal system. A thorough history and examination...

Is It A Migraine?

People often assume that all headaches are migraine headaches.  While migraines are fairly common, they’re not the most common type of headache. The most common type of headache is a muscle-tension headache.  These are caused by tight muscles in the neck, most...

Higher, Faster, Stronger!

Chiropractic treatment has helped millions with sports injuries recover better and faster.  Want to know a secret?  Chiropractic care can also make you faster, stronger, and better at practically everything you do! The best athletes in the world regularly get adjusted...

The Problem Is Where???

Oftentimes problems in the neck can refer symptoms into the shoulder(s) and/or thoracic spine (mid-back).  This can be very frustrating for patients as the source of the problem isn’t where they are feeling symptoms.  This can cause one to feel pain, tingling,...

You Mean You Do That Too?!?

Chiropractors often come to mind when someone has back or neck pain.  Did you know that chiropractors are trained to provide care for all parts of the body! The joints and muscles of the extremities cause many problems and sadly, injuries to the wrists and elbows have...

Here Comes The Sun!

Summer has finally decided to show up in the Pacific Northwest!  We here at Marcum Chiropractic love summer in the PNW and all it has to offer – the hikes, the beaches, the outdoor dining scene! Just a couple reminders to keep your summer a safe one: never...

Sloppy and Dangerous

Everyone knows that poor posture looks sloppy and gives off a not-so-attractive appearance.  It can and will lead to many musculoskeletal problems, too. Unbeknownst to many is the fact poor posture, specifically a “humped back” can lead to breathing...

Take Care Or Else…

The intervertebral discs in the spine have two major purposes.  The first is to act as spacers between the vertebrae which provides room for all of the nerves and blood vessels and allows for proper movement of the spine.  The second function is to act as shock...

I’m Going to Make an Example Out of You!

Low back pain is the second-leading cause of missing work (behind only the common cold).  In fact, 80% of us will suffer at least one moderate-to-severe bout of low back pain in our lives that will cause us to be laid up for who knows how long!?! Many people wait...
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