Athletes Benefit from Chiropractic Care for Sports Hernias
Hernia and groin injuries have been widely reported among soccer players.
Parents Underestimate Teen Headaches and Neck Pain
Recurrent neck pain and headaches are among the most commonly occurring types of pain during childhood and preadolescence.
Surgery No Better Than Cognitive Interventions for Back Pain
The use of surgery to treat lower back pain has increased considerably in the past twenty years
Can Chiropractic Improve Running Speed / Athletic Performance?
Many athletes use chiropractic to manage and treat sports injuries, but recent research suggests that it can also play a role in boosting athletic performance.
Which Manual Therapies Are the Best for Upper Body Pain?
An estimated 70% of adults experience pain in the neck, shoulders, and arms at some in point in life.
Why Women Get More Migraines Than Men
Nearly 18% of women are plagued with chronic migraine, compared to just 6% of men, according to epidemiological studies.
Pilates May Reduce Risk of Falls in Elderly
You may not picture your grandma pulling off complicated Pilates moves, but a recent study suggests it may be her ticket to avoiding dangerous falls.
Chiropractic Effective for Thumb Arthritis
Chiropractic treatments could improve symptoms in patients with thumb arthritis, according to new research.
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.
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