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
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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
Living with Scoliosis: The Many Aspects of Spinal Deformation Scoliosis is defined as an abnormal curvature of the spine into an S or C shape. This condition can occur among adults, but it’s most common
Calling all Snowbirds: Correct Your Spine Right After Wintertime Travel Winter is coming, and that means snow, ice, and falling temperatures. This comes alongside situations that are easy to dread – back-breaking shoveling, driving in hazardous
Bow Legs and Back Pain: How to Manage Postural Standing Problems Having bow legs may not appear to be a problem. In fact, it’s often a trait many people don’t even realize they have until it’s
5 Hip Pain Conditions Treatable Through Chiropractic Your hips play a vital role in all forms of movement. Whether you’re walking, running, or turning, having well-functioning hips is key. But when you have arthritis or
The Danger Zone: Pain-Free Doesn’t Mean You’re Fully-Healed Many patients who seek chiropractic care for their chronic pains begin to feel its amazing effects after just a couple of sessions. Finally, after weeks, months, or
Chronic Sickness? Your Cervical Spine May be to Blame Are you getting sick all the time? You may think chronic illness is a sign that you need to take better care of yourself or wash
6 Ways to Avoid Provoking Chronic Sciatic Pain The sciatic nerve is the longest nerve in the body, starting at the hip and spanning down the outside of the leg. And, because it’s directly correlated