Torticollis and Whiplash

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  Torticollis is a condition where a joint or disk is injured and you can’t move your neck. Sometimes the head is bent or turned a little to one side. And sometimes you’re straight but can barely move in any direction. This type of problem is usually caused by a disk injury. Whiplash can cause this […]

Ending Pain And Staying Healthy Is A Surprisingly Small Thing….

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  Here’s something interesting. Do you know how much money American Airlines saved in 1987 by eliminating ONE olive from each salad they served in first class? You’ll never guess. $40,000! Amazing, isn’t it? And if you translate that amount to today’s dollars – it would be a lot more! You want to know what […]

Do Spinal Curves In Your Neck, Mid Back and Lower Back Affect Your Health?

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  Chiropractic was founded in 1895 after the hearing was restored in a patient following a spinal adjustment to the upper region of the spine. Since then, our profession has been conducting research to help determine why spinal manipulation or adjustments work so well. Many conditions have been studied, as well as the physiological responses to the […]

Don’t “Believe” In Chiropractic? That’s Okay. You Don’t Have To. Here’s Why…..

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For years, chiropractors have been treating back pain patients as well as, if not superior to, other health care professions. In fact, all of the guidelines published around the world have recommended manipulative care as an initial or first step for the treatment of low back pain and more recently, for neck pain. So why are […]

“Reptition Restores. . .”

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If your hand was taped in one position for years, and someone cut the tape off and tried to move it, what do you think would happen?  Your hand would snap back to the position it was stuck in for all that time.  But with repetition – normal movement and alignment can be restored.  The same goes for your spine. […]

“I Keep Taking Ibuprofen and Acetaminophen and My Migraines Are Getting Worse, Not Better?”

         It is difficult to not know someone who suffers from chronic headaches or migraines. In 2004, the percentage of adults who experienced a severe headache or migraine during the preceding 3 months was 18%. Migraine headaches, which are characterized by painful, disabling, and recurring symptoms, have no known proven cause, treatment, or cure. They […]