Chiropractic Care Is a Safe, Complementary Treatment for Any Age

Posted on: 26 September 2016

Proper spine alignment is important for everyone. People of all ages can benefit from chiropractic care, from babies who are suffering from colic to the elderly who are struggling to maintain mobility. When your spine is not properly aligned, you can suffer from a myriad of health problems. Routine chiropractic care can reduce or eliminate headaches and back and neck pain and improve your overall quality of life. It is safe to receive chiropractic treatments along with taking prescription medications, as there are no side effects to adjustments that interfere with traditional medicine. [Read More]

Better Form And A Visit To The Chiropractor May Help Address Daily Deadlift Woes

Posted on: 15 September 2016

Deadlifts are considered enormously helpful exercises from a strength-building perspective. The deadlift involves lifting weight off the ground through using the muscles in the lower back and upper legs. Deadlifts are commonly associated with lifting barbells and dumbbells, but lifting any prone weight - even light weight - stresses the same muscles. Improper deadlifting in the gym can cause serious injuries. So can deadlifting weight through normal, everyday life activities. A combination of preventive steps and a visit to the chiropractor could reduce the negative effects of daily deadlifting. [Read More]

What Can You Do To Prevent Migraines?

Posted on: 8 September 2016

Migraines are more than just a headache. They take over your whole body, making it difficult to see and causing nausea and vomiting. Thirty-six million Americans suffer from migraines, so you're not alone in wanting to find ways to prevent them. Here are five tips to help you nip the migraines in the bud before they become a problem. Learn Your Migraine Triggers Most people who have migraines will have at least one trigger. [Read More]

Denied Benefits? Veterans Can Get Additional Help From Chiropractors

Posted on: 6 September 2016

Not all military injuries are dramatic, high-impact wounds of combat. The fast-paced lifestyle of a military career and living in far less than ideal conditions can lead to wear and tear after even the minimum 4 years of commitment, let alone longer tours of duty and retirement. Unfortunately, complications in the Veterans Affairs compensation process and difficulties being productive while in pain can make it hard to get the proper care you need, even if you know what the problem is. [Read More]