17 April 2015
If you are having back problems, you may be trying to decide between a chiropractor and a doctor. Below are the kind of treatment you will likely receive from each, so you can make the decision on what is right for you. Doctor and Herniated Disc Your back pain could be due to a herniated disc, which is when your lumber spine puts pressure on the sciatica nerve, which is a large tendon that runs across your lower back.
16 April 2015
If you have kyphosis, you may be struggling to deal with the chronic pain and discomfort that comes along with it. Along with some physical therapy techniques and pain management options, you may be able to get some relief from routine visits to a chiropractor. In fact, if you're seeing a chiropractor regularly before the diagnosis, he or she may even be the one to diagnose the condition. If you're not familiar with kyphosis, this overview will help you understand the condition and its chiropractic treatment options.
15 April 2015
Most people might think that a car that rear-ends you has to be going fast to cause injuries, but a car that slowly rams into your car can also cause you to suffer a whiplash injury like a herniated disk. A chiropractor can create a treatment plan for your herniated disc that helps to minimize the impact the symptoms of the herniated disk are having on you. Here is how a chiropractor can treat a herniated disk in your cervical spine area.
14 April 2015
Back pain is one of the most common complaints among young athletes. Up to 15-percent of all young athletes experience back pain. However, children who participate in certain types of sports, such as gymnastics and football, often report more instances of back pain than those who play other sports. In fact, up to 86-percent of rhythmic gymnasts experience back pain, according to a report published in "Sports Health." If your child plays sports, there is a chance that they will injure their back while participating.
13 April 2015
In general, teenagers usually don't have issues with chronic pain and injuries. However, teenagers who engage in sports activities are at an increased risk for back pain and back injuries. If you have a child who plays sports, you have to pay attention to any pain that your child is experiencing. While sore muscles are common during training and conditioning, serious back injuries may display the same signs and symptoms as sore muscles.
9 April 2015
Visiting a chiropractor can help to melt away the pain from a severe headache, but if this menace pops up during the evening, weekend or a time at which you can't make an appointment, you don't need to reach for a pain pill and crawl into bed. A number of simple, home-based remedies can reduce your discomfort and help you get on with your day, at least until you're able to visit your chiropractor.
8 April 2015
Seeing a chiropractor is a great way to help you alleviate pain and stress, especially if you suffer from poor posture or have recently been in an automobile accident. Two great benefits to seeing a chiropractor are improved mood and pain relief. Improved Mood One of the biggest benefits provided by a chiropractic adjustment is that it can greatly improve the way you function throughout the day and interact with other people.
8 April 2015
Pregnancy is a time of major growth and development. While the baby growing inside you is making the most rapid developments, your body is changing considerably. This is especially true when it comes to your abdomen. As your baby grows, so does your belly. Your protruding stomach can cause a great deal of discomfort to your abdomen, legs and back. Finding safe and effective ways to manage your discomfort can be helpful.
6 April 2015
Sometimes people become aggravated when they hear that back pain often has a psychological component. It's as though they feel their discomfort is being casually dismissed as "all in the mind." Back pain can have both physical and psychological factors, so it's smart to address both. Psychological Factors Associated With Back Pain Job Dissatisfaction Research has found that people who like or love their jobs experience less back pain than those who dislike their work.
2 April 2015
How do you calm your spring allergies? Do you take prescription or over-the-counter medications? Do you hide inside to avoid pollen, even though you really want to be out there gardening and hiking? If you're unhappy with your current method of dealing with allergies, there is another option to try: chiropractic care. How Do Chiropractors Treat Allergies? This suggestion may sound strange at first, since you might not be aware that chiropractors do more than treat back pain.