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  • Working Out and Chiropractic Care
    How your spine is functioning will have an impact on how you perform far more than any other factor. Without a healthy spine and nervous system, performing simple tasks such Read more
  • Nutrition and Your Spinal Health
    How nutrition plays a role on optimal spinal function Read more
  • Understanding Common Joint Injuries and Fighting the Pain
    A joint is where two or more bones come together, such as the knee, hip, shoulder, and elbow. Joints can be damaged by many types of injuries. Joint injuries are very common in athletes. Typical injuries usually occur in the knees, ankles, wrists, shoulders, and elbows. These joints tend to swell and cause inflammation and redness in the area limiting their range of motion. Joint injuries often occur from contact sports, car accidents, etc. Sometimes it can range from sprains to fractures and dislocations. Read more
  • The Keys to Getting the Best Night's Sleep Ever
    Why is Sleep Important? The benefits of sleep go beyond waking up feeling refreshed and being ready for the day ahead. Sleep has a major impact on your health and overall Read more
  • Everything You Need to Know About Easing Headache Pain
    Do you suffer from headache pain? Headache pain is not normal, and most can be resolved with chiropractic care and physical therapy. Read more
  • A Common Pain: Understanding Migraines
    Migraines are usually unpredictable episodes that bring on a throbbing headache along with blurred eyesight. Many causes are linked to stress, and sudden changes in a daily routine. Read more
  • What is causing the sharp pain on the left side of my back?
    What is causing the sharp pain on the left side of my back?Let's face it: most of the human population experience back pain, but lower left back pain may be the reason Read more
  • What is causing your back pain and tingling down to your knees?
    What is causing your back pain and tingling down to your knees?Have you ever noticed a tingling feeling shoot down your leg into your knee or farther down? As most Read more
  • Why your lower back pain may be caused by a pinched nerve
    Why Your Lower Back Pain May Be Caused by a Pinched NerveMany of us experience low back pain. What about low back pain that may be caused by a pinched Read more
  • Can a chiropractor help with pulled muscles?
    Can a chiropractor help with pulled muscles? Most people who noticed that they have pulled a muscle will think nothing of it at first. Sometimes it goes unnoticed until it heals Read more
  • ACL injury treatment without surgery: Is it possible?
    ACL Injury Treatment without Surgery: Is it Possible? Usually when someone injuries their ACL, the first thing that pops into our head is surgery. Many people go to surgery as their Read more
  • How do you know if you have pulled a hamstring?
    How Do You Know If You Have Pulled a Hamstring? Hamstring muscle injuries (known as "hamstring strains") are very common in athletes who participate in any sports that require sprinting, such Read more
  • What is Arthritis?
    What is Arthritis?As most Americans live into their later years, many of them will develop arthritis throughout different parts of their body. Arthritis is painful inflammation and stiffness in the Read more
  • What is Bursitis?
    What is Bursitis? Bursitis is the inflammation of a bursa sac that is positioned around joints. The purpose of having bursa sacs is to decrease friction and improve function. If bursitis is Read more
  • Back Pain Remedies To Try At Home
    Natural Remedies To Try At Home to Reduce Lower Back PainDid you know that back pain is the most common reason for people missing work, and the second most common reason Read more
  • What Can I Do for Achilles Tendonitis?
    What Can I Do for Achilles Tendonitis? Achilles tendonitis is a sports-related injury in which the Achilles tendon is overused. This tendon is the band of tissue that connects the calf muscles Read more

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