Category: Healthy Spine

The Most Common Injuries After a Car Accident

Whether you’re driving to work or taking a big family vacation, an unexpected car accident can cause painful injuries that may impact you for months and years to come. The weight of your vehicle combined with your speed can create a tremendous amount of force. During an auto accident, that force gets transferred directly to your body! Even “low speed” collisions can create enough force to cause serious injuries.

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What You Need to Know About Delayed Pain After a Car Accident

If you can walk away after a car accident without any catastrophic injuries, you may consider yourself lucky! Even if you feel ok after exchanging information and speaking with the police, it’s always a good idea to see a Chiropractor following an auto accident. With your adrenaline pumping in the aftermath, your brain may not immediately register the pain signals coming from your body. Often only after you’ve had some time to calm down do you notice you may be struggling with aches and pains.

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Tips to Relieve Back Pain During Pregnancy

An estimated 85% of women experience back pain during pregnancy. Why? As a woman enters her second or third trimester, her growing baby pulls her body’s center of gravity forward, which in turn increases the curve of her low back.

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What Happens During a Visit to Our Practice?

Most of the time, going to a new doctor isn’t exactly what you would call a good time. You should know that our practice is different. We have a simple process that will help you find relief and see results quickly, without any unnecessary stress.

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Organic Healthcare: No Prescription Necessary

Since the beginning, Chiropractors have been focused on helping the body heal itself naturally without the dangers and risks of drugs or surgery. In some ways, Chiropractors were the world’s first ‘organic” health professionals!

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Improving Your Posture to Keep Your Spine Healthy

Posture is described as the position that your body maintains while standing, sitting, or lying down. Most experts would agree that “good” posture reduces the stress on your spine by balancing the load placed upon the muscles and ligaments that support it.

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Is There a Perfect Posture?

The latest research shows that it may be more important to think about a “balanced” or “dynamic” posture than perfect posture, and we’re also discovering that our ability to change positions and move may be more critical than our static position while standing or sitting.

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Beyond the Pill: Non-Opioid Care for Chronic Pain

One of the problems with pain medications is that they only treat the symptoms. In fact, they aren’t doing a thing to resolve the source of your pain. And if you are looking for a long-term solution for pain relief, you need to address the root cause.

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