Manipulation or Medication for Low Back Pain?

2018-01-23T12:15:39+00:00 November 6th, 2015|Back Pain|

Most everyone will experience back pain at some time in their lives. Pain in the lower back is the most common form of back pain and one that is a constant complaint for millions of people. Where once it seemed nothing more than rest and a heating pad were your only solutions, now there is [...]

Auto Injury Solutions

2015-09-11T09:39:14+00:00 September 11th, 2015|Back Pain, Head and Neck, Pain Management|

Car accidents are funny things. Not in the comical sense, of course, but in the fact that you may feel perfectly fine stepping out of your vehicle shortly after an impact, only to be way-laid a few days later with searing pain in your back, neck or legs. It seems as if your body has [...]

Simple Solutions for Achy, Sore Muscles

2018-01-23T12:15:31+00:00 June 29th, 2015|Arms and Legs, Back Pain, Pain Management|

Are you suffering from muscle pain? These five simple tactics could help soothe sore muscles. Fish Oil: In recent research from Indiana University, participants who regularly took fish oil pills were found to have a lower likelihood of pain and sensitivity after completing strenuous workouts. The study lasted 30 days. The researchers divided the participants into two groups of 16 people and had each group take pills daily throughout the study period, with one group taking fish oil and the other taking a placebo.

How Chiropractic Can Help You After a Car Accident

2018-01-25T11:30:36+00:00 May 12th, 2015|Back Pain, Head and Neck, Pain Management|

After a car accident, you may feel a sense of shock or distress. Dealing with logistics like insurance and car repairs may even cause you to put off seeking medical treatment, especially if the accident didn’t cause obvious injuries. Like any trauma, a car accident causes your adrenaline levels to spike. This hormone prepares your body for action in high-stress situations and has a numbing effect on pain. After the threat is gone, you may begin to feel soreness and discomfort that you hadn’t felt immediately after the accident.

How Irregular Sleep May Be Affecting Your Bad Back

2018-01-23T15:08:52+00:00 March 19th, 2015|Back Pain, Health & Wellness, Pain Management|

sciaticaMillions of men and women worldwide are stricken with sleep disturbances and back pain. Since both of these problems are so incredibly common, Israeli researchers from the Tel Aviv Sourasky Medical Center and University of Haifa sought to expand our understanding of the connection between the two disorders.

Is your sciatica keeping you up at night?

According to the Virginia-based National Sleep Foundation http://sleepfoundation.org/sleep-disorders-problems/pain-and-sleep, 15% of American adults say that they are suffering from Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. The number is significantly higher among senior citizens, with one in two stating that they experience regular discomfort.