Tag Archives: nerve entrapment

Numbness in the thigh and weakness. Chiropractic topics

The quadriceps and hip flexors are powerful muscles in the front of the hip and thigh. They are controlled by the femoral nerve which originates from the first to fourth lumbar vertebrae. Some conditions and injuries are able to cause … Continue reading

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Functional Scoliosis, back pain and Chiropractic

Many patients seeking Chiropractic care for lower back pain are concerned that they are not “straight” or are standing at an angle. Standing crooked is known as an antalgic lean and is the body’s attempt to move away from painful … Continue reading

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Arm Numbness, Median Nerve and Chiropractic

One of the more common complaints for Chiropractors is numbness in the palm of the hand or whole hand. The Median nerve is the nerve that innervates the palm of the hand. The Median nerve originates from the lower part … Continue reading

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