Monthly Archives: January 2011

Shoulder pain and Chiropractic

Shoulder problems are one of the most common types of pain in today’s population. The shoulder is a very uniquely designed joint that allows for a great amount of mobility. The problem is that some positions expose the shoulder to … Continue reading

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Pain in the mid back/thoracic spine and Chiropractic

Pain in the mid-back or thoracic spine is a very common condition treated by Chiropractic. Pain the the mid back or thoracic spine is probably as common as pain in the neck or lower back but often more overlooked. Disc … Continue reading

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Whiplash and Chiropractic

Whiplash was a condition first described in the early 1900s as automobiles became more common and people started to crash into each other in those automobiles. Whiplash is known to produce such problems as neck pain, headache, blurred vision, tinnitus, … Continue reading

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How does acupuncture work?

Acupuncture is one of the oldest healing arts in existence. The ancient Asians proposes that the body has an electro-magnetic energy system and that this system courses through defined channels referred to as meridians. In health persons the energy courses … Continue reading

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Hip Pain and the piriformis muscle

The piriformis muscle is a small muscle that attaches to the sacrum or tail bone and to the femur (the large bone in the upper leg). The piriformis is about at the level of the back pocket while wearing jeans. … Continue reading

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