Posts tagged chiropractors
Ice Vs. Heat And When To Use What

Did you get injured during a workout or by simply moving the wrong way? Most people either go for a heating bad or ice pack...or both. There is usually a lot of confusion around when to use heat or cold to treat injuries. I'm here to help you put an end to your confusion for good. Here's the breakdown for your fire or ice treatment needs:

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Long Term Benefits of Chiropractic Care
"If chiropractic works why do I have to keep coming back?"

We are commonly asked by patients or potential patients why we recommend treatment after they have experience relief from their symptoms. We call this wellness care. Chiropractic care not only brings patients out of pain, it prevents the pain from ever recurring again. 

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Chiropractic plus....

When you're under active chiropractic care, our main goal is to get you feeling better as soon as possible by restoring proper function to the nervous system. Many people find that their symptoms subside fairly quickly when they follow their chiropractor's recommendations for frequency and consistency of their care. 

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Not Your Average Neck and Back Pain Doctor!

In the past few weeks I've seen a number of very interesting cases come into our office, from a self diagnosis of restless leg syndrome to a fracture in someone's spine that was missed on x-Ray in the ER that we found. I've seen babies with reflux, constipation, colic, moms with pre and postnatal pain, vertigo, and more. 

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Treating Carpal Tunnel with Chiropractic

Carpal tunnel syndrome is often identified by numbness, tingling, and weakness in the thumb, index, or middle finger. It involves problems with the wrists and hands, and is becoming more and more prevalent because of the frequency of cell phone and computer use. 

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How to Tweak Your Golf Game to Avoid Injuries and Back Pain

I've always loved golfing, and whenever I'm out on the course I notice a few things that most people are doing that is likely going to keep them from being able to play for the full season. So here are a few tips to avoid injuring your back on the golf course:

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