Wellness

How Headache Sufferers Benefit From Chiropractic

A number of studies have demonstrated the effectiveness of chiropractic care for headaches – which is good news for the 90% of Americans who suffer from headaches at some point in their lives. Chiropractic care is not only excellent for treating headaches, it is also

How Combining Hiking With Chiropractic Can Improve Your Health

No matter what season it is, it's always a great time to get outside and get active as long as the weather cooperates. Hiking is a great way to enjoy nature while reaping some fantastic health benefits in the process. When you add chiropractic care

Three Benefits Chiropractic Patients Enjoy That Others Don’t

It’s no secret that we’re a little biased when it comes to chiropractic care. We believe in it, we’ve seen how great it works, and our many happy patients are a great testimony to how well it works. Still, there are some nay-sayers who believe that

How the Armed Forces Benefit From Chiropractic

Members of the military put their bodies through tremendous stress every day, both physical and emotional. Add to that injuries that gamut from minor to serious trauma and you have a strong case for chronic pain. Often, this pain affects our veterans and soldiers on

What’s the Difference Between Osteopenia and Osteoporosis?

Osteopenia and osteoporosis are two very similar conditions, but one is more severe than the other. Both conditions are decreased bone density, but osteopenia is to a lesser degree than osteoporosis. Osteopenia is still a problem though because it can increase a person’s chances of

Why Chiropractic Works Well Against Joint Pain

As seasons change, you may notice some pain in your joints. Fortunately, chiropractic care can help. When most people hear “chiropractic care” they usually think of spinal problems and back pain. While this is true, chiropractic can treat conditions other than pain in the joints

How Musicians Can Benefit From Chiropractic

Musicians put their bodies through a lot. They practice for hours a day and, depending on the instrument played, engage certain parts of their bodies in repetitive type motions for long periods of time. For instance, a pianist will sit or stand at a piano or

What Chiropractic Patients Want To Know About Bell’s Palsy

People with Bell’s Palsy usually have limited treatment options. Because the condition affects each person differently, there is no one-size-fits-all treatment. The steroid prednisone is often prescribed to treat patients, but there are many harmful side effects. Massage and physical therapy may also be used,