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.
4 June 2016
Are you suffering from neck pain due to a car accident or other type of incident? If so, it is very likely that you have whiplash. Whiplash is a very painful condition that occurs in the neck when it is suddenly thrust forward or backward most often in car accidents. It is important that you see a doctor immediately following the injury, but keep in mind that there will be some painful days ahead as your neck heals.
2 June 2016
Many basic conditions of the military are enough to promote aches and pains later in life. If you've served in the military, but have noticed a headache that won't go away, constant joint problems or consistent muscle pain, don't dismiss it as simply getting older or getting soft. Veterans Affairs (VA) officials and a team of chiropractors can help you recover with both physical therapy and financial assistance if your situation fits one of many situations, including a few of the following categories.
1 June 2016
Whiplash symptoms usually resolve within a week or two, but sometimes they can linger for months after a car accident or other incident that jars the neck. If you're suffering from whiplash symptoms that just don't seem to want to go away, here's a closer look at why that might be – and what you can do about it. What is whiplash? "Whiplash" is a general term that refers to most any strain or soreness in the neck after a traumatic movement or accident.
23 July 2015
Wearing high heels on a regular basis can lead to chronic back pain. If you wear high heels often and you're experiencing back pain, it's probably time to make a change. A chiropractor can help you resolve your current back pain and provide advice on better shoes to prevent the problem from occurring again. You don't have to wear unfashionable and unattractive shoes, but you do need to become more open to possibilities with lower heels.