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How Can Chiropractic Adjustments Help Concussion-Like Symptoms?

In the last decade, research has shed some light on sports-related traumatic brain injury (TBI).  Diagnosing, treating, and preventing concussions related to athletic activity has become a media “hot topic”.  In one realm of concussion research, findings are verifying that concussion-like symptoms experienced after trauma may not be directly associated with neurological trauma to brain […]

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Let’s Not Presume Any Longer

We presume that Chiropractic care is cost effective. Unfortunately that is mostly because we see the cost per visit as a much lower number as compared to surgery and such. Let’s not presume any longer. In the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, June 2014, 56(6) 604-620 reports a significant finding of cost comparisons care. […]

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Why is Pain After An Adjustment Sometimes Worse?

Most patients that we see in our office get excellent results after adjustments.  They feel like they have more range of motion, less pain and feel like they have a better quality of life.  But what happens, if after an adjustment, you actually feel worse or the pain seems to increase?  Is it because the […]

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Do You Have “Garden Back?”

I was sitting at my daughter’s softball game when I listened to a very interesting conversation. One lady said, “I have garden back” as she stretched in her lawn chair.  A different lady responded by saying “I’ve had it twice this year. It got better so I went back to gardening and then it was […]

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