How To Deal With Sciatic Nerve Pains

One horrible pain that a lot of people suffer from is sciatica pain. You have a sciatic nerve that branches out from the lower portion of your back and goes down your hips and each leg. When your sciatic nerve is pinched or otherwise irritated, it can cause you to suffer a severe amount of pain that can hurt you in your lower back, in your buttocks, in your upper legs and even down to your lower legs. Read More 

Why Chiropractic Maintenance Work Is Important After A Car Accident

After an accident, many people will seek chiropractic treatment for a variety of complications. However, many will stop the visits completely as soon as the pain starts to recede. Why continue to see the doctor if the treatment seems to have worked already? Many patients make the decision to stop seeing a chiropractor for financial reasons, and others don't feel like it fits into their busy schedules. However, just like patients who stop taking medication before completing the required dosage, those who stop getting chiropractic care early risk a host of other complications. Read More 

How Bad Posture Affects Your Holistic Health

If you ask people a few things they thought were bad for their health, they're likely to mention things like bad food and chemicals. It's very unlikely that the word posture will come up at any given point. However, many people are already dealing with the side effects of poor posture. Whether you spend much of your day sitting or standing, unless you adopt the right posture, you could easily develop a number of postural problems. Read More 

How Regular Chiropractic Care Can Help You As An Athlete

If you play sports frequently and train on a daily basis, then working with a chiropractor is something to consider. A chiropractor can help you recover from injuries, and he or she can also help you prevent them. Regular chiropractic care may even enhance your physical abilities, which makes you better at your sport. Here's a look at the ways a chiropractor can help you when you are an athlete. Read More 

Non-Surgical Options For Relief From Your Spinal Stenosis Pain

Characterized by the narrowing of the spaces between the spinal cord, it is easy to see how spinal stenosis can cause a great deal of pain and discomfort. Also, most people who suffer from spinal stenosis struggle moving, decreasing their ability to function a normal lifestyle. If you are part of the 8 to 11 percent of the population that has the condition, your doctor may recommend decompression surgery. Although effective for many, decompression surgery is an invasive procedure. Read More