Monthly Archives: September 2011

Muscle injuries and Chiropractic

Many people think of Chiropractic care only for conditions effecting the joints of the spine. Myofascial release treatments are a highly effective Chiropractic technique that directly addresses muscular injuries. Injury to the muscles is usually accompanied by swelling, pain and … Continue reading

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Carpal tunnel syndrome and Pregnancy: Chiropractic topics

Carpal tunnel is a condition commonly seen by Chiropractors. The nerve that is impinged in carpal tunnel is called the Median nerve. The Median nerve originates from the lower part of the neck and ends in the hand. The Median … Continue reading

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Curves of the Spine, Scoliosis, and Chiropractic

The mid back or thoracic spine is has a normal slight curve called a kyphosis. Many patients seeking the care of a Chiropractor are concerned that their curve is not normal. There are several types of conditions that can cause … Continue reading

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Mid Back pain and Chiropractic

The mid back or thoracic spine is a common site of pain that causes people to consult a Chiropractor. The mid back is less often the site of acute pain than the neck or lower back. Mid back pain may … Continue reading

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Tingling hands and carpal tunnel, Chiropractic treatments.

Pain and tingling are common symtoms that cause people to seek Chiropractic care for carpal tunnel syndrome. Pain is a sign of nerve irritation and tingling is a sign of nerve regeneration. The point a nerve becomes irritated is usually … Continue reading

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