How Chiropractic Care Helped My Entire Family

Non-Surgical Treatment Options For A Herniated Disc

Back pain is one of the toughest things to live with. It can really slow you down, limiting movement and flexibility. Additionally, the pain can even take away the desire to do certain activities. One common cause of back pain is a slipped or herniated disc in the spinal column. The pain that is caused can range from very slight to very painful and can change depending on your activity level.   Read More...

Not Dealing With Pain? Here Are Some Reasons You May Still Want To Visit A Chiropractor

When you experience chronic back pain, it's common to plan to visit the chiropractor for a series of adjustments that will help you feel better. If you aren't experiencing any back discomfort, however, you might not be inclined to think much about your back health. However, there could still be a concern. Some people can have a variety of back problems without necessarily experiencing chronic pain. Pain will likely arrive in the future, though, perhaps making you wish you'd taken an interest in your back health earlier on.   Read More...

Pain In The Neck & Pressure Headache In The Back Of Your Head? Check For Chiari Before Getting Chiropractic Treatment

If you have neck pain and are considering seeing a chiropractor, but you also have headaches in the back of your head, you may want to consider getting an MRI to see if you have Chiari malformation, which is sometimes called Arnold-Chiari malformation. You may have never heard of Chiari malformation, but the medical community believes that Chiari malformations may be much more common than the previously estimated 1 in 1,000 births.   Read More...

Could A Bar Of Soap Ease Your Lower Back Pain?

Do you suffer from lower back pain that keeps you up at night? If so, there's a cheap and easy home remedy that you can try. Many back pain suffers claim to get relief by doing nothing more than sticking any old bar of soap underneath their fitted sheets at night before going to bed. The world of science doesn't yet know exactly how or why this works, but there are a few theories.   Read More...

4 Common Questions Regarding Hypermobility In Dancers

Dancing, in its many different forms, places a large amount of pressure on the joints in the body. Over time, this can lead to problems with joint degeneration and dislocation, which can be exacerbated if hypermobility is present in any one of the joints. However, many people are confused about what actually constitutes hypermobility and why this can be problematic in dancers. As such, below are four common questions related to hypermobility and the truth behind them:   Read More...