Signs of Sacroiliitis and What You can do to Prevent Them When one or both of your sacroiliac (SI) joints become inflamed, it’s referred to as sacroiliitis. Sacroiliitis is usually a sign of other degenerative
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Waking Up Feeling Stiff? A Chiropractor Could Help We’ve all had days where we’ve rolled out of bed and had trouble sitting, standing up and moving because we feel so stiff. While this is normal
Treating Degenerative Disc Disease with Adjustments and Manual Therapies Degenerative disc disease (DDD) is a medical condition, primarily affecting patients as they age. It’s caused when the normal degeneration of spinal discs, which occurs as
High Blood Pressure? A Chiropractic Appointment Could Help If you’re suffering from high blood pressure, also called hypertension, it’s important to seek out qualified medical attention. When left untreated, high blood pressure is an often-fatal
What is a Foot Drop and Why is it so Painful? If you’ve ever experienced difficulty lifting the front part of your foot, you may be experiencing a painful condition called foot drop, or drop
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
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