Because the spinal cord is housed by the spine and the exiting nerve roots communicate with the autonomic nerves that basically run our organ function, maintaining alignment of the spine and pelvis is … [Read More...]
Pathoanatomy and Management Options Understanding the Upper Cervical Spine
The strict definition of migraine headache is (8):
The headache must last 4 to 72 hours.
The headache must be … [Read More...]
Pain is an Electrical Signal Interpreted by the Brain Nerves Bring the Pain Electrical Signal to the Brain
The nerves that bring the pain electrical signal to the brain begin in the various tissues of the body. At the very beginning of the nerve there is a … [Read More...]
Traditionally, chiropractic care is associated with treating back and neck pain, as well as other orthopedic conditions involving the arms and legs. However, there is a growing amount of research that chiropractic care can also help many non-musculoskeletal … [Read More...]
Last month, we reviewed the #1-5 of “10 facts” that you should know about whiplash. Here are #6-10!
6. “Rest = rust” when it comes to whiplash: When we hurt, we often instinctively choose rest over activity, as we may be afraid that any activity will make … [Read More...]
People of all ages suffer from neck pain, and many frequently turn to chiropractors for care because it's been found to be one of the most effective and efficient forms of treatment available, and it carries minimal side effects! It has been projected that by … [Read More...]
Fibromyalgia (FM) management requires a multi-dimensional approach, of which nutrition plays a BIG role. Last month, we discussed the importance of keeping an accurate food journal and grading the reaction that certain foods, vitamins, herbs, etc. have on you. … [Read More...]
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