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Back Pain Relief with Upper Cervical Chiropractic Care

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80% of the population will experience back pain and it is the leading cause of missed work. Back pain has been linked to a past history of injury or trauma to the head, neck, or back, and it appears that the injury need not be directly to the low back for it to effect the low back. The reason being …

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Auto Accidents and Whiplash – Reduce the Risk of Chronic Symptoms

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What exactly is whiplash? Whiplash is a commonly used term to describe what happens to our head and neck when we get into a car crash. Chiropractors are trained in fixing problems that whiplash can cause such as neck pain, back pain, and headaches, just to name a few. Our head is heavy and when our car is struck from …

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Headaches, Migraines and Chiropractic… OH MY!!!

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Headaches are a widespread and largely misunderstood problem.  9 out of 10 Americans suffer from headaches, ranging from occasional, mild headaches to constant, daily, full blown debilitating headaches accompanied by light sensitivity and nausea.  This is an alarming rate, not only because of the quantity of people suffering, but also because when a problem becomes so common, people mistakenly and …

The Food We Eat Can Cause Pain and Inflammation

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How Food Can Increase Pain Do you suffer from any aches or pains? Back Pain? Sciatica? Old injuries that still hurt? Believe it or not there is a direct link between what we eat and how much inflammation/pain we experience in our body. An Acidic Diet Causes Inflammation Everything we eat (and drink) has an effect on our body’s acid/alkaline …

The Story of the First Chiropractic Adjustment

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The practice of working with the spine to improve health has been around for thousands of years and has been documented by different cultures around the world. This type of ancient, natural and drugless healing practice began to disappear the first moment humans implemented the use of drugs and surgery, until the practice of Chiropractic was discovered (newly) in 1895 by Dr. D.D. Palmer, a natural healer from Davenport, Iowa. Patients with heart conditions, vision problems, digestive disorders, hormonal disorders, migraines, sciatica and other health problems went to see Dr. Palmer, their conditions improved and word spread.