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The nerves and Chiropractic

The skin of the human body is arranged in sensory areas called dermatomes. A dermatome is a sensory area supplied by one set of spinal nerves. An example that Chiropractors deal with regularly is the spinal dermatomes of the lower … Continue reading

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Ongoing Back Pain and Chiropractic treatment

Many patient with a history of lower back pain episodes may be experiencing a conditions known as lumbar spondylosis. Spondylosis is a medical term which basically means spinal condition. Spondylosis would be a technical term for the layman’s term arthritis. … Continue reading

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Sneezing, Back Pain and Chiropractic

Many people who consult a Chiropractor for back pain report that their back pain resulted from sneezing. Sneezing increase the pressure on the discs of the lower back and can cause injury to the discs. The discs of the lower … Continue reading

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Back Spasms and Chiropractic

One of the most common symptoms of lower back pain is spasm in the muscles of the back. Often muscle spasms in the back can cause a curve in the back (functional scoliosis) which is often called an antalgic lean. … Continue reading

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Scoliosis and Chiropractic

Scoliosis is a sideways curvature to the spine. Many patients who consult a Chiropractor are concerned that their spine is not straight. Scoliosis may be the result of structural and be the result of difference is formation of the vertebrae. … Continue reading

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