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|Posted on 5 August, 2019 at 5:00||comments (0)|
With headaches being one of the most common nervous system disorders worldwide, affecting almost 50 percent of the population at least once annually, finding a way to relieve them is important to when it comes to improving quality of life for a large number of people. Certainly there are several different types of headaches–migraines, cluster headaches, and medication-overuse headaches, for instance–and each one requires a unique approach for treatment.
According to the Clev...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 29 July, 2019 at 5:00||comments (0)|
Chiropractic is an integral part of the care that many professional athletes receive. But just because you aren’t going to the Olympics doesn’t mean that you too can’t improve your health and performance with chiropractic care.
When it comes to sports injuries, weakness or improper stretching can put you at risk of getting hurt. There are two basic types of sports injuries: the first is the result of a trauma inflicted by incidents like a collision or a slip or a fall....Read Full Post »
|Posted on 24 July, 2019 at 11:15||comments (0)|
Low back pain is an expensive and frustrating problem for many adults. Nearly 80% of adults suffer from some kind of back problem and the total cost of this common health condition is about $240 billion a year in healthcare costs and lost productivity.
Many patients get frustrated by medical care for their pain. Most medical doctors simply don’t have the time to work with a patient with musculoskeletal complaints, and the most common treatments are medications and maybe some home ...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 15 July, 2019 at 4:25||comments (0)|
Practicing yoga and Pilates has been shown to be beneficial to health, including reducing low-back pain. If you’re interested in this natural, non-invasive option, you may be wondering how much time you will need to invest to experience the benefits.
Perhaps just one yoga class per week, according to researchers of a recent study. They found that one class seems to be equally beneficial on low-back pain to two classes per week.
The Boston research team studied 95 low-income ...Read Full Post »
|Posted on 17 June, 2019 at 4:10||comments (0)|
Up to 40% of athletes suffer from back pain, and many are forced to sit on the sidelines as a result. You may wonder what treatment option will help you return to play as quickly and safely as possible.
A study suggests that chiropractic is the best option for athletes with back pain. The study compared a number of treatments and found that chiropractic and heat therapy provided the strongest benefits with the least amount of side-effects.
If back pain is keeping you out of the ga...Read Full Post »