Chiropractic Care After A Car Accident

7 December 2015
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If you have been involved in a car accident, no matter how small, it often pays to visit a chiropractor. Here are some of the functional benefits of visiting a chiropractic office after your accident. Perform an X-Ray for Spinal Injuries The first benefit is that your chiropractor can perform spinal x-rays to make sure that your vertebrae haven't been thrown out of alignment during the accident. Your neck vertebrae are especially vulnerable during an auto accident due to the whiplash that can shift your bones out of place. Read More 

Office Workers: Do These Three Things To Ease Back Pain Between Chiropractic Visits

6 July 2015
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It's no secret that sitting in a desk chair all day is not that great for your back. Visiting your chiropractor for regular adjustments can help ease pain and soreness, but if you really want to stay pain-free, you'll want to take good care of your back between chiropractic visits, too. Here are three things you can do between chiropractic visits to keep back pain at bay: Have mid-day back stretching sessions. Read More 

Back & Limb Pain: How a Chiropractor Can Give You Natural Relief

12 June 2015
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Are you struggling with pain in your back and limbs after falling off of a bike at a high speed? You may be able to find pain relief without any major treatment, as a chiropractor can help you by using natural techniques. Find out below why visiting a chiropractor is the most ideal way to treat your bike injury, as well as what he or she may possibly charge. What Can a Chiropractor Do for Pain in the Back & Limbs? Read More 

Delayed Muscle Soreness: What It Is And How To Prevent It

26 May 2015
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If you have ever worked out, you have likely noticed it can sometimes take a day or two for the soreness to set in. You may leave the local gym just a tad sore, but by the end of the next day, you can hardly lift your arms to brush your teeth and do your hair. Why is this? What is it that causes this? Is it possible to prevent this from happening? Read More