Posts tagged pain management
How Do Your Hands Hold Up?

Doesn’t it seem like every day we are getting busier and busier? From summer sports to getting ready to go back to school, we need our hands to function as they should. You use your hands all throughout the day, from making breakfast, to corralling kids, working your job, chores around the house, fixing dinner — their work never ends! So much activity can sometimes trigger hand pain, and chiropractic can help.

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Chiropractic Care After A Car Accident

After experiencing a car accident, you might be feeling shocked or distressed. The logistics of health insurance, car insurance, and repairs can sometimes be overwhelming and can cause people to procrastinate getting medical treatment, especially when the accident did not result in obvious injuries.

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5 Tips to Soothing Your Sciatic Pain

If you are looking for solutions to sciatic pain, you will often find chiropractic care at the top of the list. Unlike medication or surgery, chiropractic effectively helps sciatic symptoms, without uncomfortable side effects. It's important to remember that if you're going to do something, you may as well do it right, and that usually requires time. Healing, repair, and relief do not happen instantaneously. Regular chiropractic visits can help you find relief, but what about immediate relief?  

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Healthcare Innovation: Regenerative Therapy

Major surgeries such as back surgeries or joint replacements come with serious risks, limited success rates, and slow and painful recovery times. You might be fighting surgery, suffering from chronic pain, degenerative issues, or even sports injuries and feel you don't have another option. It may not seem that there are many alternatives, but our center offers natural therapies such as stem cell regenerative therapy, which is available without the risks of surgery and long, difficult recover periods.

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Is Your Pain Hurting More Than Just You?

Low back pain is most commonly associated with jobs that involve physical labor. However, over 80% of the U.S. population complains of low back pain. While those with physical jobs are easily excused from work due to low back pain, those who spend most of the time at a desk are not. If your back pain is at a level where you're thinking about missing work, it is affecting more than just you and it's time to correct the problem instead of just masking it with pain killers.

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