College Football Players Improve Athletic Performance with Manual Therapy
New research suggests that improved athletic performance could be among the benefits of manual therapy. A recent study sought to gain increased understanding about the potential benefits of spinal adjustments in college football players.
Spinal Adjustments Relieve Muscle Pain Instantly
Among middle-aged people, myofascial pain affects around 37% of men and 65% of women, but among the elderly, those numbers jump to 85% for the combined gender groups.
Chiropractic Is Safe, Study Shows
Chiropractic care has successfully relieved patients of spinal pain for over a hundred years, and a new study shows that chiropractic is not only effective, it’s safe.
Chiropractic Care Improves Immunity
Chiropractic treatments have long been known to alleviate musculoskeletal pain.
Tips to Avoid Text Neck
​In this age of mobile devices and smartphones, more and more patients are being diagnosed with neck pain associated with looking down at a screen.
Chiropractic Plus Exercise Eases Cervicogenic Headache, Study Suggests
Many headaches arise from cervical musculoskeletal disorders. Often, conservative therapies are recommended as the first treatment for cervicogenic headache,
Case Study Highlights Chiropractic for ADHD
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a common childhood condition with symptoms such as impulsivity, hyperactivity, inattentiveness, and distractibility.
Preventing Whiplash With Head Restraints
Whiplash injuries are an expensive and painful problem in the US. Experts estimate that we spend $29 billion per year in treating the pain and disability that can result from a rear-end collision.
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome After Auto Injury
Thoracic outlet syndrome is felt as numbness, tingling, pain or decreased circulation in the shoulders, arms or hands.
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