Tag Archive for: Chiropractic

Understanding Sciatica

The Sciatic nerve is a nerve bundle running down the back of your leg with nerves from the lower part of your spine (L4-S3 nerve roots).

The sciatic nerve has two primary functions, controlling the muscles and the sensations to the skin in the leg.

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Chiropractic Versus Pharmaceuticals for Headaches?

In the US, headaches are responsible for more than 18 million office visits annually, and are the most common reason for using over-the-counter medications.

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Is there another option for seizures?

Epilepsy, which affects about 2.9 million Americans, is a neurological condition that is characterized by recurring seizures, brief involuntary body movements, which may also be accompanied by loss of consciousness and loss of bowel and/or bladder control

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Glaucoma and Chiropractic?

Glaucoma is a slow progressive eye disease and develops asymptomatically for years until visual deficits and irreversible impairment to the retina occur.

Early detection and treatment to lower the intraocular pressure can slow, or even terminate, the progression of the disease.

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Chiropractic vs Muscle Relaxers

Low back pain is very common, affecting somewhere between 75% and 85% of adults.

It can be detrimental to many areas of life, including recreation, family time, and work.

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Don’t Forget to Stand Up Tall and Breathe!

Proper structure of the thoracic spine (middle back) ensures optimal lung function!

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34-year-old woman comes off all thyroid medications After Chiropractic Care!

Hypothyroidism is a condition affecting approximately 10% of women and 6% of men in the United States.

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