1. 3 Self-Care Methods to Relieve and Prevent Sciatic Pain, Part 2

    Sciatica pain can range from a mild, nagging ache to excruciating pain that can limit your ability to do the things you enjoy most. There are, however, steps you can take to prevent sciatic pain, which we began exploring in our last post. Gentle (no twist) chiropractic care, massage, and electroacupuncture individually and collaboratively provide a safe and effective alternative to simply masking …Read More

  2. 3 Self-Care Methods to Prevent Sciatic Pain, Part 1

    Sciatica is a common type of lower back pain that will affect as many as 40 percent of people in the United State at some point in their lives. If you joined us for our recent post, you learned all about sciatica, its causes, risk factors, common symptoms, and non-surgical treatments for relieving and preventing sciatic pain. Along with receiving gentle (no twist) chiropractic treatments, massage …Read More

  3. What Is Sciatica?

    Sciatica is a common type of pain caused by irritation or pressure on the sciatic nerve. According to Harvard Health, as many as 40 percent of people may experience sciatic pain at some point in their life. Sciatic pain originates in the lower back where the bilateral sciatic nerves — the largest and longest nerves in the body (about as the thick as your pinky finger) — are located. The sciati…Read More

  4. What Chiropractic Patients Want To Know About Fitness Trackers

    Exercise is usually a great compliment to chiropractic treatment. In fact, many chiropractors recommend regular exercise to their patients. It helps with pain management and speeds healing while also giving your mood a healthy, natural boost. Fitness trackers are a popular workout tool that helps people set fitness goals, track their progress, and get healthier. How can they help chiropractic pati…Read More

  5. How Chiropractic Helps A Bulging Disc

    How Chiropractic Helps A Bulging Disc Bulging disc is often thought of as a normal part of the aging process. It causes pain and decreases mobility. Athletes and people who have jobs that are very physical are often prone to bulging discs and other disc problems. Smoking tobacco can also be a contributing factor in spinal discs deteriorating and weakening. Chiropractic has been proven to be an eff…Read More

  6. Injured at Work? How Chiropractic & Massage Can Help!

    Injured at Work? How Chiropractic & Massage Can Help! In 2014, there were 2.8 million occupational injuries. These injuries crossed all industries, but 75 percent were in those that provided a service. These injuries can lead to time lost at work, a decrease in production, depression, and temporary (or permanent) disability. These injuries can be caused by slip and fall, vehicle collisions, e…Read More

  7. How Posture Affects Your Health

    How Posture Affects Your Health Your mother always said don’t slouch—turns out she was right. And she has science to back it up. Your posture can have a profound effect on your health. Walking or sitting with a hunched back has been linked to a variety of health issues. What’s more, poor posture can cause your body’s structure to change, leading to misalignment. While everyone slips a bit …Read More

  8. How Chiropractic Can Help Make 65 the new 45!

    How Chiropractic Benefits Patients Over 65 The aging process can usher in a variety of conditions and health issues! (Uh) Chronic pain, arthritis, loss of mobility, and other issues can occur as a person gets older, but since 65 is the new 45, many patients are finding that chiropractic provides some great benefits to keep them moving and shaking! Better Range of Motion Regular (and very gentle) c…Read More

  9. How Medical Massage Helps Ankle Pain

    How Medical Massage Helps Ankle Pain   Ankle pain and injury are not issues reserved solely for athletes. In the United States, more than 25,000 people deal with ankle sprains or pain every day. Studies show that somewhere around 40 percent of ankle sprains are not treated correctly or are misdiagnosed, which leads to disability or chronic ankle pain. When the ankle does not function properly, it…Read More

  10. How Vitamin D Supports the Skeletal System

    How Vitamin D Supports the Skeletal System The human body needs vitamin D in order to build strong muscles and bones. When the body does not get enough vitamin D, it is not able to absorb calcium effectively. This makes it very important for good bone health. What is Vitamin D? Most people believe that vitamin D is a vitamin; it isn’t. It is actually a hormone. A vitamin is a nutrient that the h…Read More