A Less Obvious Cause of Back Pain?

A Less Obvious Cause of Back Pain?

Multiple studies have shown that hyper-pronation (HP), or too much rolling-inwards of the ankle, can have effects on the body far beyond the foot. For example, abnormal motion of the ankle can lead to slight changes in how the knees and pelvis move as you carry out...
How Do Adjustments Help Patients with Neck Pain?

How Do Adjustments Help Patients with Neck Pain?

Mechanical neck pain—neck pain without neurological compromise, often without a specific cause—is associated with a loss of mobility, poor activity tolerance, increased pressure pain sensitivity (or hypersensitivity to a normal stimulus), and increased joint position...
Knee Pain and Running – Are They Related?

Knee Pain and Running – Are They Related?

Knee pain is a common complaint that will affect about 30% of the general population at some point in adulthood. Since running has a reputation for causing knee pain due to “wear and tear”, the question frequently arises as to whether or not running accelerates knee...
Chiropractic and Neck Pain

Chiropractic and Neck Pain

FollowFollowFollowFollowFollow 772-781-9987 The chiropractic spinal adjustment (specific joint manipulation) is the passive assistance of moving a specific joint through a complete range of motion while causing no injury to the joint tissues. This adjustment is known...
Low Back and Dysmenorrhea – Are They Related?

Low Back and Dysmenorrhea – Are They Related?

Dysmenorrhea, also known as painful periods, is a common gynecological condition that affects up to 70% of menstruating women. About 15% of individuals with the condition report that it significantly interferes with their activities of daily living (ADLs) and in some...
Back Pain: Does Maintenance Care Work?

Back Pain: Does Maintenance Care Work?

Non-specific low back pain (nsLBP) is one of the most common and costly healthcare problems affecting society, and it is also the leading cause of activity limitation and work absence around the world. Following a course of treatment to reduce pain and improve...
Low Back Pain: What Can I Do for It?

Low Back Pain: What Can I Do for It?

Low back pain (LBP) is the second most common reason for doctor visits in the United States and it is a condition that most of us will at some point in our lives. Last month, we reviewed the wide acceptance of spinal manipulation as the treatment of choice for both...