Yes, you can take your child to a chiropractor. My name is Anna, and I work for a chiropractic medical office. Some people believe that children are not good candidates for chiropractic services because they are still growing. This is simply not true. Kids' bodies experience the same kinds of stress and pressure as adults' bodies do, and they can also benefit from the attention a chiropractor can give. This is especially true for children who participate in sports and other physically demanding activities. This blog will help you understand what a chiropractor can do for your child and why you should make an appointment to see one.
13 January 2017
While anxiety can make it difficult to for you to sleep or concentrate, it can also result in an increased amount of back pain. The back pain is caused because too much stress is placed on the muscles. This can be difficult to deal with when it is time to undergo everyday activities. While pain killers can help to ease the pain temporarily, you may not be a fan of ingesting pills.
28 October 2016
With many musculoskeletal issues, both a chiropractor and a massage therapist can be of value. Here are some criteria to help you distinguish which one you need. 1. You're Feeling Soft Tissue Pain The first thing to consider is the type of pain that you're having. If it's focused on the soft tissue in your body, then there is reason to consult a massage therapist. They can help to extend your range of motion, improve your circulation, and relieve pain through regular relaxation of your muscles.
29 July 2016
If you have been a long time sufferer of scoliosis then you understand the negative effects that the disorder can have on your body. You may often struggle to take deep breaths and maintain a healthy posture. All of these issues occur due to the way that your spine curves. Depending on the type of scoliosis you have, one side may be elongated while the other is more compressed and muscular. In order to help some of these issues, rolfing is often used to help treat scoliosis.
25 July 2016
If you've been in a car accident, you may be suffering from whiplash. This is caused when the body is stopped abruptly, causing the head to move forward and then backward with force. People who are wearing a seatbelt tend to get whiplash even worse during a car accident, as while the seatbelt prevents the body from thrashing around, the neck is susceptible to harsh movements. If your muscles are stiff and sore after a car accident, treatment with a chiropractor can help shorten your recovery time.
16 July 2016
Chances are pretty good you will experience a stiff neck at some point in time during your life. It may be something you experience first thing in the morning after you slept the wrong way or it may be something you endure after a long day of work. However, what if you experience pain when you turn your neck from side to side? It is important to understand there is a difference between having a stiff neck and having neck pain.