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Common Chiropractic Issues: Disc Pain

Spinal discs are the rubbery pads between each of your vertebrae. They also act as the ligaments that hold your spine together. Needless to say, your spinal discs are pretty important. Your discs and spine house your spinal cord, which is something you don’t want to get injured. Especially considering that your spinal cord and brain together make up your central nervous system. Common disc pain centers around issues such as bulging discs, herniated discs, and disc protrusion. These conditions can cause pain in several

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7 Signs That You Should See Your Chiropractor for Neck Pain

A stiff neck is nothing to feel alarmed about. It can happen if you took a sharp turn in your car, or slept on the wrong side of the bed. Neck pain can even be the result of an auto accident. But if you are suffering from neck pain for multiple days, you may wish to seek medical attention. In some cases, you will need to seek treatment for relief. The techniques we employ are ideal for those who suffer from short or long-term pain.

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5 Powerful Ways to Ease Your Back Pain

Back pain is more than an irritation or mild annoyance. Being in chronic pain can seriously impede your ability to function. If you’ve been searching for relief from your chronic pain, try one of these powerful solutions. From chiropractic care to adjusting your sleeping position, there is a wide range of medical treatment options to relieve your back pain. Improve Your Sleep You’re in pain, so it’s hard to sleep, but you need sleep to ease the pain. If this vicious cycle sounds familiar, you’re

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Office Syndrome: How to Avoid Office Related Back Pain

Learn how to prevent this troublesome back pain commonly associated with office work Office syndrome is one of the primary sources of discomfort and pain in an office environment. Most office jobs will involve sitting down for long periods of time at a desk – If your posture and sitting pose are incorrect, this can lead to serious back complications. Furthermore, if heavy lifting is required in an office such as moving desks or equipment, if you are not prepared, you can potentially damage your

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