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Symptoms of and Treatment Options for Facet Syndrome

Do you suffer from back pain, especially when you are moving around? Does it become more painful when you bend backwards, or when you straighten your back? If so, you’re not alone; you may be one of millions of people suffering from Facet Syndrome. What is Facet Syndrome? Facet Syndrome is a specific type of […]

5 Ways To Treat Upper Back Pain

Upper back pain can be troublesome, and sometimes leaves patients feeling like they can’t breathe. Unlike the lower back, it can be nearly impossible to stretch the upper back area to find relief, meaning patients are left looking for alternative treatments and therapies. Upper back pain can originate in any number of different areas; sometimes […]

TMJ – A Difficult Issue To Diagnose

TMJ, also known as Temporomandibular Joint Disorder, is something that many people have heard of but don’t really know much about. That’s because it’s a hard condition to diagnose, as it imitates so many other things and can manifest itself through a number of symptoms, none of which are consistent from patient to patient. When […]

Whiplash And Why It’s Difficult To Diagnose

Whiplash is an injury caused by quick trauma to the body. Most whiplash injuries are caused by car accidents, but they can occur whenever the body undergoes physical stress caused by outside forces, such as sports injuries, being shaken physically (such as shaking a child), repeated stresses to the body, and falling down. The reason […]

Personal Injury

Accidents happen. A shoe heel gets caught on a piece of loose carpet, a foot slips on an icy step, a car gets rear-ended at a stop light. Even if we walk away with no broken bones or lost limbs, it can still be a painful experience that requires chiropractic attention. Anyone who has ever […]

Drugs Don’t Always Cure Diseases and Ailments

The media, and sometimes your physician, aren’t always right. Touting Tums as a reputable source of calcium has been on television, in the newspaper and magazines as suggested by many from the medical field. They are wrong. Studies have always shown that Tums is a very poor form of calcium and should never be suggested. […]