Look Out for these Neck Pain Factors
It may come as common knowledge to you that one and six Americans experience neck pain in a given three month timeframe. If not, then now you know how common this problem is. Neck pain is a major cause of work leave of absence, a work injury, as well as an overall reduced quality of […]Read More
Why Multiple Techniques Are Beneficial to Headaches
Headaches are a very common patient complaint. Each type of headache has a different underlying cause which needs to be addressed to achieve a satisfactory outcome. A study done in 2020 over the last two decades suggests that the best conservative and non-pharmaceutical approach could be a top down or bottom up approach. Let’s explain […]Read More
Can Chiropractic Help Vertigo?
Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) most commonly causes vertigo-like symptoms. This happens because of three semicircular canals in the bony labyrinth. Each of these canals contains a fluid, which is called endolymph. This fluid bends in the tiny cilia which lines the interior of the semicircular canals because of head movement. The endolymph is dense, […]Read More
Discover How We Test Radicular Pain in the Arm
How We Test Radicular Pain in the Arm Pain is primarily associated with muscle, tendon, or ligament injuries, but did you know that irritated nerves could also be the primary pain source? Tensile stretch or nerve compression usually occurs because of this, and unfortunately, this condition is usually a difficult one to treat. Today, we […]Read More
Can Chiropractic Help Concussion?
In recent years, mild traumatic brain injury has been a major topic in the sports world. Usually, patients recover within a few weeks. Some, though, can experience ongoing issues, known as post concussive syndrome. Today we are taking a look at what current studies have to say about mild traumatic brain injury, and if chiropractic […]Read More
Hip Pain & Limb Length
Have you ever thought about whether your legs are equal length? Well, if they are not, it could be causing some issues. A 2019 study found that only one and 10 adults have limbs that are equal in length. The other 90% had a difference in leg length. This difference is normally less than 1 […]Read More
Exercise to Stay Healthy
Did you know that there is one prescription that could reduce the severity and prevent many diseases like diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, stroke, obesity, osteoporosis, certain cancers, depression, and dementia. There is also a very low risk for adverse side effects. What if we told you that this “prescription” is exercise! Adults who exercise have […]Read More
Risk Factors for Neck Pain
Did you know that 1 in 6 people have neck pain in a given three month time frame? Neck pain causes many issues such as work absences, injuries, and lessened quality of life. Some neck pain risk factors are unavoidable, but not all. A study done by some authors from the Department of Orthopedics at […]Read More
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Treatments
Have you ever experienced pain, numbness, weakness, or other uncomfortable symptoms in your hands or wrists? If you have, you may automatically think it’s carpal tunnel syndrome, which leads you to believe you will need surgery to fix the issue. But did you know that treatment guidelines suggest first trying a conservative approach to manage […]Read More
Does Coffee Slow the Brain?
Coffee helps focus the mind, right? According to a 2021 study, a cup of coffee in the morning could actually provide the exact opposite effect. This study involved 32 daily coffee drinkers, and 24 none coffee drinkers, and gave them each a questionnaire which measured levels of stress, anxiety, and depression. Then, each person received […]Read More