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Chiropractic Care – Using Holistic Treatment to End Your Pain

What do you do when you’re in pain? If you’re like most of us, you probably take medications. If that doesn’t work, you might take more, or you might go to the doctor, who will then prescribe stronger pills. If you have chronic pain, a few years of this cycle can certainly lead to you […]

Treatment Options for Runners with Back Pain

Anyone can have back pain. In fact, a majority of Americans have experienced such pain at some point in their lives. For those who are physically active, like runners—both the recreational and the elite ones—the chances of experiencing back pain are higher. After all, it only takes suboptimal posture during running, or following an imbalanced […]

Myths and Facts about Low Back Pain

Lumbar pain—better known as lower back pain—sends more people to seek chiropractic relief than just about any other condition. Symptoms include achy muscles, throbbing or shooting pains, stiffness, loss of flexibility, and difficulty standing or sitting for extended periods. But despite its frequency, the condition is not always well understood. Myth: Back pain only affects […]

Address Core Weakness to Stop Lower Back Pain

According to the Mayo Clinic, in the United States, chronic back pain is one of the most common reasons cited by patients for going to the doctor or for taking time off of work. Back pain is so prevalent that a majority of Americans will suffer from it at least once in their lives. Top […]

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 […]