If you aren't already seeing a chiropractor on a regular basis, you may want to consider doing so from now on. There are a variety of good reasons to find an experienced chiropractor to work with long-term -- here are just a few. 1. Keep Back Pain at Bay Up to 80 percent of the world's population will experience some type of back pain at least once in their lives, so you aren't alone if you have back problems at least on occasion.
2 October 2018
The backpack your child is carrying every single day to and from school can get pretty heavy. They are carrying books, papers, their lunch, water, and other items they need for school—all on their back. All of this heavy lifting can begin to weigh on their backs, injuring their spines, misaligning their hips, causing pain in their necks, shoulders, and knees, and leading to headaches. This pain may lead to an inability to focus on their school work.
31 July 2018
If you are struggling with back pain, or you are having mobility issues, chiropractic care is an excellent option. There are a number of therapies that can be used in conjunction safely with chiropractic treatments, and you are wise to try several if you aren't seeing relief. Your chiropractor will never prescribe prescription medications, and this makes it possible to try other treatments at the same time. When you are struggling to get better, acupuncture, massage therapy, and prescription pain medications can all be tried along with chiropractic care, giving you a wide range of treatment that should restore you to wellness.
4 November 2016
Sciatica nerve pain is a painful condition where the sciatic nerve is pinched, which results in shooting pain through the lower back and down the back of the leg. The most common reason for the pinched nerve is a herniated disks putting pressure on it. It can seem impossible to walk or perform daily tasks with sciatica pain. However, you don't need to suffer with sciatica pain forever. Here are some treatments that you should try.
11 August 2016
When you have lost range of motion, or you are in chronic pain due to arthritis, chiropractic care and physical therapy are two treatment options that go very well together. Both types of treatment focus on healing the body without the use of prescription medications. While a chiropractor is going to focus on spinal alignment to improve your mobility and decrease pain, a physical therapist is going to focus on strengthening exercises to help you gain back the skills you have lost.
11 May 2016
Conditions that cause pain can affect your mood. For instance, many people who suffer chronic pain disorders also suffer with anxiety. It can work the other way too. People with anxiety often experience physical symptoms. Chronic pain disorders, including neck and back pain, are common complaints of people with anxiety disorders. But no matter which symptom occurs first – pain or anxiety – by treating painful conditions of the back and neck, a chiropractor can help minimize the effects of anxiety and depression on your life.
7 April 2016
A run-in with the flu can leave you feeling miserable, missing work, and missing out on your social life. Thus, it's important to do all that you can to protect yourself when flu season rolls in. Even the flu shot is not 100% effective at preventing the flu (The 2014–2015 vaccine was only 23% effective, according to the CDC). Thus, to reduce your risk of the flu even further, it's important to look inside – to your immune system.
19 January 2016