Are you letting part-time residual spinal problems cheat you out of full-time health? If so, maybe you can do something about it.
Residual problems—spinal weaknesses which gradually become weaker —allow the vertebras to lose their proper alignment in the spine. Then, the misaligned vertebras (subluxations)... Read More
Of the nearly half-billion American shoulders — two for every man, woman, and child —most shoulders work well enough most of the time. And that’s good. We humans depend on our shoulders for free and painless movement in virtually every physical activity: driving, walking, eating,... Read More
Persistent low back pain, back weakness and other back miseries are often caused by swayback, a condition in which an exaggeration of the lower spine’s inward curve throws an unnatural mechanical stress on spinal ligaments, back muscles and vertebras and sometimes pinches spinal nerves. This... Read More
Stated as simply as possible, the reason doctors examine patients is to find out what is wrong and how best to treat the problem. Of all the possible examinations available, examination by touch is one of the most time-honored, respected examination methods doctors use.
Many high-tech... Read More
Look at the possible factors involved in back problems and back pain. Those listed here are just the tip of the back pain iceberg. Given the right conditions, any physical activity can bring on a back attack. Indeed, merely sitting, standing, or sleeping the wrong... Read More
No one seems to know why so many people buy poorly-designed and poorly-constructed mattresses, hang on to the sagging things for years, seldom get a good night’s sleep and get up most mornings with the same chronic backache that worsens as time goes by.
ONE-THIRD OF... Read More
About 35% of men and 45% of women will experience a herniated disk in their lifetime[i]. Of these people, most experience over a year of pain, but seeking chiropractic treatment could greatly reduce the suffering involved.
If you are experiencing back pain, neck pain, or numbness... Read More
The warning signals depicted here are some of the more common signals calling for chiropractic evaluation, interpretation, and care. Other warning signals indicating health problems of a chiropractic nature include irritability, nervousness, and sleeplessness.
And there are others called paresthesia — usually described as feeling like... Read More
More often than you may think, we humans can decide to improve our health, then take the necessary steps to attain and maintain improvement.
Is the effort worthwhile? Only a moment’s reflection will tell you good health is without question one’s most valuable asset.
Though the potential... Read More
You might think a spinal curvature would be easy enough to detect in a person, but the unpracticed eye cannot always tell whether there’s a spinal curvature or not.
Normal spines have normal curves that produce a slight rounding in the shoulder area and an inward... Read More
The most modem, gleaming drug store staffed with a dozen learned pharmacists would make a sad showing compared with the human body’s genius in formulating the chemicals it needs for its own life and well-being. Indeed, the entire multi-billion-dollar pharmaceutical industry cannot begin to match... Read More
Misaligned vertebras called “subluxations” pinch nerves and alter normal nerve impulses.
This drawing illustrates in a very general way where nerves go and the health problems created by pinched nerves.
WHAT CAUSES SPINAL SUBLUXATIONS?
Unequal Leg Length
Spinal... Read More