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This Curve In My Back… Is It Scoliosis?

This Curve In My Back… Is It Scoliosis?

Many Americans suffer with this condition. Often times it goes unnoticed and untreated until it becomes painful. Unfortunately, this is how most musculoskeletal problems are handled. But, this one is a little tricky. Scoliosis is a condition in which the spinal column appears curved rather than straight when viewed from the back. Symptoms include pain, […]

What Does The Research Say About Neck Pain & Chiropractic?

First off, chiropractic is much more than just the treatment of neck and back pain. It is the science, philosophy and art of things natural, a system of adjusting the segments of the spinal column for the correction of the cause of DIS-EASE, NOT DISEASE. However, since we have been labeled as the “Neck” and […]

What Is This Pain In My Shoulder? Rotator Cuff?

From time to time you get this pain in your arm but you have no ideas what it is. Maybe after swimming, golfing, or playing a game of tennis you notice this achy, sometimes painful feeling in your shoulder. You could be suffering from bicipital tendonitis often confused with a rotator cuff injuries. The aches […]

What’s that feeling??? Sciatica???

Often misunderstood to be a diagnosis, sciatica is actually the term for a collection of symptoms, the most pronounced of which is low back pain combined with pain that extends through the buttocks and down one leg. It is one of the most common forms of low back pain and, as such, is regularly treated […]

Veterans with Low Back Pain Show Significant Improvement After Chiropractic Care

Veterans with Low Back Pain Show Significant Improvement After Chiropractic Care.

Veterans with Low Back Pain Show Significant Improvement After Chiropractic Care

Among veterans, musculoskeletal pain is one of the most common complaints, particularly low back pain (LBP). The number of veterans reporting to the Veteran’s Health Administration (VHA) with low back pain rose an average of 4.8 percent per year between 2000 and 2007, exceeding the rise in rates of diabetes, high blood pressure and depression. […]