Why is Range of Motion So Important and How Can Chiropractic Improve it? At Strong Life Chiropractic, one of the most common problems we see in our Lithia, FL patients is difficulty with mobility. Tight
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No Pets in Bed! Your Furry Friend Could be Contributing to Your Back Pain They say dogs are man’s best friend, and for most of the day, this sentiment is likely true. You and your
Nonsurgical Options for Treating and Coping with Scheuermann's Disease Parents are constantly reminding their children to sit up straight and maintain good posture, because excessive rounding of the back can lead to a spinal curve
Foam Rolling for Myofascial Release: Does it Really Work? Foam rollers appear to be everywhere, from gyms and athlete’s homes to the shelves of your local big box store. “Rolling out” using a foam roller
Getting to Know the Nerve Root Anatomy of Your Spine The spine is a complex system of bone, cartilage, muscle, nerves, and joints. While most people understand the basic components of the spine, such as
Treating Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Through Chiropractic Postural Adjustments Have you ever felt a strange tingling sensation or pain in your arms or hands that wouldn’t seem to go away? Minor discomfort such as this happens
Coping with Leg Pain Caused by Spondylolisthesis Spondylolisthesis is a relatively common condition caused when a vertebra slides over the one below it. This typically squeezes or pinches the spinal column or a nerve root,
Whiplash Symptoms Can Vary Greatly; Don’t Ignore Them! Whiplash is a complicated condition. Symptoms may not present right away and when they do, they may seem wholly unrelated to the accident you suffered days or
5 Common Spinal Ailments that Develop with Age and How to Manage Them Most Americans will suffer from back pain and common spinal ailments at some point in their lives. Many of these conditions become
Using Chiropractic Remodeling to Correct Flatback Syndrome We often think of maintaining a “straight” or “flat” back as a good thing. Everyone remembers their mom admonishing them to sit up straight or being scolded for