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We thank you for your trust in us and let us stay united during this difficult time.
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Medical doctors are increasingly ignoring the recommended guidelines for treating back pain, a new study from the Journal of American Medical Association finds.
No Needles, No Fear! Needleless Acupuncture
For those who are apprehensive about needles, needleless acupuncture, or electroacupuncture, can be administered. Instead of using thin needles, this procedure involves passing small curre
Chiropractic Patients Have 90% Reduction in Migraine Frequency
Many patients rely on pain medications to manage migraines but did you know those medications may actually be causing you more headaches?
Chiropractic Can Boost Athletic Performance
Many athletes utilize chiropractic treatments following an injury or a strenuous workout. New research suggests that athletes could also boost their athletic performance through chiropractic adjustments.
Chiropractic More Effective Than Drugs for Back Pain, Study Shows
Got an achy back? You’re better off going to a chiropractor than popping another pain pill, suggests the results of a new study.
Safety of Chiropractic Neck Adjustments Confirmed
Spinal manipulation therapy is a widely-accepted method for treating back pain, neck pain, and headaches.
What Leads to Workers’ Back and Head Pain?
Back pain and headache are common health complaints among workers in almost every industry, and are responsible for substantial suffering and disability, along with lost productivity.
Chiropractic Best Option for Sacroiliac Joint Pain
Dysfunction in the sacroiliac joint (SIJ), located in the pelvis, is thought to be a possible cause of sciatica, resulting in back pain that radiates down the leg and below the knee.
Mothers at Risk for Back Pain
Mothers may have an increased risk of back pain from carrying children. In a new small study, 64% of mothers reported pain in the lower back.
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