Posts tagged markson chiropractic
5 Secrets You Should Know About Your Spine

Unless you studied anatomy in school, you might not know too much about the spine. I think the spine is awesome, which is one of the many reasons I became a chiropractor. But spine nerdy-ness aside, there are some awesome little known facts about your spine that I wanted to share with you:

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Avoiding the Back to School Back Pains

Sending your kids back to school can be overwhelming in so many ways. Maybe your child is excited to get back, or maybe they aren't ready for the summer to end. You might be thinking to yourself that after a few weeks they'll get back into the swing of things and embrace the new school year.

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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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Sitting at a Desk All Day?

When I meet with a new patient for the first time and they describe their symptoms or concerns to me, they often leave out what they do for a living unless there was an injury specific to their work place.

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Support Your Body By Starting With Your Feet

In Florida it can be tempting to wear flip flops year round, but summer is officially flip flop season for everyone. Unfortunately, a lack of good support for your feet can lead to hip, knee, and back pain. In addition to regular chiropractic adjustments and exercise, orthotics or a custom spinal pelvic stabilizer (SPS) will help to increase the effectiveness of your adjustments.

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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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