Sick and tired of being sick and tired, countless persons each year are turning to chiropractic for the first time. While some have only minor complaints, others suffer from the pain and misery of serious health problems, and many turn to chiropractic as a last... Read More
Getting a newborn baby started right in life includes a chiropractic examination as soon as possible. The exam takes only a few minutes, is as easy to complete as ABC and most chiropractic doctors are happy to make this critical evaluation of the new baby’s... Read More
Some say the famous film star Bette Davis first coined the expression “growing old ain’t for sissies.” But no matter who first said it, it’s true. The body begins to wear as it ages, bringing pains and discomforts we never had before, and
it often takes... Read More
FOOLISH REASON NUMBER 1
“I don’t believe in chiropractic,”
Fortunately, chiropractic is a science, not a religion. So, belief is not relevant. Here are some facts you may not know that should give you complete confidence in chiropractic.
A 23-member government panel reviewed nearly 4,000 back pain studies... Read More
At the scene … Auto Accident Reminders
Get help for the injured.
Until police arrive, do what you can to prevent another accident from oncoming traffic.
FILL OUT THIS FORM!
Admit no liability.
Notify your insurance agent or company.
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Peptic ulcers are sores, craters, or lesions, either in the small intestine or the stomach. The term “peptic” comes from pepsin, an enzyme which works in harmony with hydrochloric acid to digest food. Normally those digestive chemicals do not affect the lining of the stomach... Read More
Slipped sacroiliac joint. Doctors call it sacroiliac dysfunction. Either way it’s a bizarre jumble of letters spelling painful low back trouble.
ANATOMY OF THE SACROILIAC JOINTS
The two sacroiliac joints are an integral part of the pelvis which bears at least half the body’s weight – that... Read More
A recent chiropractic study found that spinal manipulation may improve the functioning of the immune system, even in patients who aren’t experiencing specific pain.
Researchers from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College investigated effects of spinal manipulation on interleukin-2, a signaling protein that controls immune responses. The... Read More
Any sudden acceleration or deceleration of the human body that snaps the head and neck backward, forward, or to the side can seriously injure the neck’s tissues. Technically, such injuries are termed hyperextension and hyperflexion injuries. Popularly they are called whiplash.
WHIPLASH EASY TO COME BY
The... Read More
Over 30% of people in rear-end auto collisions will experience some kind of chronic pain. But who is most at risk? A new study from leading whiplash researchers succeeded in identifying patients at higher risk of developing chronic or long term pain.
The authors of the... Read More
Sinusitis is nothing to fool around with. The condition demands immediate chiropractic attention because repeated acute attacks may bring on a chronic sinusitis condition.
The sinuses are air pockets, hollows within certain frontal bones of the skull which connect to the nasal cavity. Like the nose... Read More
It doesn’t take a charged event like an auto accident, a sports injury, or a fall on the stairs to bring on acute back pain and trouble. Sometimes merely bending over to tie one’s shoelaces will do the trick — or lifting a bag of... Read More