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Tightness in the knee: Chiropractic and the knee series

This is a continuation of the series on knee pain and Chiropractic. Restricted motion at the knee is a common complaint. Restricted motion may be the result of swelling of the joint, loose bodies in the joint, or tight musculature. … Continue reading

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Chiropractic and the knee: Feeling of weakness in the knee

A feeling of weakness in the knee is sometimes seen in knee injuries as well as conditions of the lower back. Diabetic conditions may cause weakness in the knee which is usually on one side only. Some types of disc … Continue reading

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Knee Injuries, sports injuries and Chiropractic

Knee injuries are one of the most common types of sports injuries especially in sports that feature running, contact and jumping. Chiropractic care is often the first step in evaluation and management of an injures knee. Several different types of … Continue reading

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Lower back pain and disc problems-Chiropractic topics

Many people suffering from lower back pain worry that their pain is caused by a disc herniation. It has been proposed that up to one third of the population has some kind of disc abnormality that is asymptomatic. Chiropractic care … Continue reading

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Lower back Pain, Sciatica and Chiropractic

Sciatica refers to pain that travels down the back of the leg. Most often sciatic results from irritation of the nerve roots in the lower back. The discs are the most common culprit that is responsible for irritating the nerve … Continue reading

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