2020

Whiplash: Frequently Asked Questions

You were recently in a car accident and are experiencing some aches and pains, which is not uncommon. However, as the hours and days after the accident go by, you are beginning to experience worsening symptoms and are not sure if there is something more serious going on, including whiplash. Whiplash is a serious medical condition that requires immediate attention and aftercare. Here are a few frequently asked questions you might have about whiplash. Read More 

Have Whiplash? How to Get Rid of It

Whiplash is one of the most common things that people suffer from after a car accident. While you may initially walk away from the car accident feeling fine, you may notice the next day and the days following that your back is really sore. This has likely been caused by whiplash. Depending on how severe your whiplash is, you may or may not need to seek medical attention to help find some relief from the pain overall. Read More 

How A Chiropractor Can Help Your Herniated Disc Symptoms

When you have a herniated disc, you may feel as if your body's internal communications network has crashed. This common problem may cause pain in and around the affected part of the neck or back, but it can also interfere with normal nerve signaling to other parts of the body. Fortunately, most herniated discs don't have to receive surgical correction. Here's an overview of how natural methods such as chiropractic care can provide non-invasive relief from your symptoms. Read More 

Four Techniques Your Chiropractor Might Use

Going to the chiropractor, especially for the first time, can be a little intimidating. You are trusting this professional to manipulate your body and give you relief. Knowing what to expect can make the process a little more approachable and less worry-inducing. To that end, here are four techniques your chiropractor might use. The Activator Technique More and more chiropractors are using this technique these days because it is very gentle. Read More 

Chiropractic Spinal Manipulation While Under General Anesthesia

If you suffer from mild to moderate lower back pain, then you may benefit from chiropractic care treatments such as spinal manipulations or chiropractic massage. Both of these treatment options are performed without anesthesia; however, if your lower back pain is severe or if it has been resistant to other forms of treatment, then your chiropractic physician may recommend that you undergo a spinal manipulation while you are under general anesthesia. Read More