1. How to Boost Your Health and Happiness in the New Year

    The turn of a new year presents the perfect opportunity to re-evaluate your health and wellness routine. By setting new goals and intentions for yourself, you can not only improve your health, but also boost your happiness. After all, when you feel good and have less pain, it’s often easier to be in a better mood. In fact, studies show that there is a direct correlation between pain and mood: St…Read More

  2. 5 Ways to Relieve Pain In 2019, Part 2

    Happy New Year from all of us at Adjust Your Health Chiropractic and Massage. We love this time of year because it presents opportunities for a fresh start for refocusing on your health and wellness. As you set goals for yourself that you’d like to achieve in the new year, consider ways you can effectively manage and reduce pain and discomfort. Whether you suffer from chronic pain or those naggi…Read More

  3. 6 Common Risk Factors for Sciatic Nerve Pain

    Welcome back to the Adjust Your Health Chiropractic blog. Sciatic nerve pain is a common condition affecting people of all ages and from all walks of life. In fact, about 5-10 percent of people suffering from lower back pain have sciatica syndrome. Some of the most common causes of sciatica pain include trauma to the spine, overuse, degenerative conditions, and pregnancy. Along with these common c…Read More

  4. 5 Common Causes of Sciatica

    Sciatic nerve pain is a common condition affecting many people. In fact, one study shows that for many patients who have lower back pain, about 5-10 percent suffer from sciatica. In our recent blog posts, we have spent some time exploring sciatica and how patients can find sciatica relief at home with self-care techniques in conjunction with the gentle (no twist) chiropractic care they receive at …Read More

  5. 3 Tips For A Healthier, Happier Back, Part 2

    It’s amazing to think of all the little things we do every day that can affect the health of our spines. From sitting too long or not moving enough, there are a number of factors that contribute to back pain and discomfort. But did you know that making a few small changes to your daily routine can lead to healthier, happier back? In our recent article, we began looking at simple steps you can ta…Read More

  6. 3 Tips For A Healthier, Happier Back, Part 1

    Have you been searching for ways to improve the health of your back? By making small adjustments to your daily routine, you can make a big impact on the health of not only your spine, but your body as a whole — a healthy spine often means a happy back. You see, the spine and central nervous system regulate all the systems in your body, and when these control mechanisms aren’t functioning prope…Read More

  7. 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

  8. 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

  9. 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

  10. 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