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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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Knee injuries and Chiropractic Part 2

Chiropractic care is an important part of conservative management of knee injuries. Several key factors in the nature of the injury can suggest the type of problem. If swelling follows the injury it may be the result of blood inside … Continue reading

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Knee Pain, Sports Injury and Chiropractic

It is estimated that 10-15 % of adults report knee pain at any one time. Many people consider Chiropractic care to be focused only on the spine but Chiropractic care offers excellent conservative management options for knee pain. Chiropractic is … Continue reading

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Trigger finger and Chiropractic treatments

Trigger finger is a condition in which a person has trouble extending the fingers from a bent position. Often the person may have to extend the fingers with the other hand to get them straight. The condition may have a … Continue reading

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