Get Your Hands On Me!

Chiropractic, massage therapy, and acupuncture are among the most effective curative treatments for the vast majority of low back pain cases. These hands-on therapies assist the body to heal itself by decreasing muscle spasms, improving range-of-motion and lessening...

Change Is In The Air

As the days get longer and Spring nears, the sports seasons also change.  With that, new stresses will be placed on many athletes’ bodies as they practice sports they haven’t played in a while. Early into a new season is the most common time for an injury...

Another Circle Around The Sun

We’re now well into 2022 and want to remind you we all need to have annual exams to help prevent as many problems as possible.  This includes annual physical exams, dentist visits, bloodwork, mammograms/pap smears for women, prostate exams for men, eye exams,...

Distracted?

Recent AAA research shows that drivers remain distracted for up to 27 seconds after using their mobile device while driving.  This includes not only texting, but also using the GPS, checking social media, and searching for music. The effects of distracted driving have...

Disc or Disk?

The discs between your vertebrae can be injured in various ways.  The discs in your low back and neck are more likely to be injured than the ones in your mid-back, mostly because your ribcage acts as an extra support system for your mid-back spine. Sometimes injured...

Take Care Down There!

Knee and foot problems can lead to back and neck pain. Wearing proper footwear and fixing issues in your feet and knees can be one of the most helpful things you can do to prevent back pain. Chiropractic care can address many of these lower extremity issues and keep...

Stand Up For Yourself!

Excessive sitting is a common cause of low back pain.  How does one avoid this?  Stand up! Standing longer than you sit during the day is an easy way to lessen your likelihood of suffering from low back pain.  Our skeleton is meant to support our upper-body weight...

For Best Results, Finish What You Start

Many people only seek medical treatment when they’re in pain.  Once their pain resolves they then stop their treatment. This is not enough. Without complete rehabilitation of the injured area and surrounding soft tissues, long-term problems such as arthritis,...

Call the Headache Hotline!

As we settle back into our normal work/school routines following the holidays, many of us are using the computer a lot more now. However, be careful as poor posture and eye strain often leads to tension headaches. If the headache monster finds you, don’t wait...
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