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How Soon Can I See a Chiropractor after Surgery?

Date: Apr 29, 2022
Many people rely on a chiropractor to manage pain and various chronic conditions. But what happens when you must undergo a surgery? Can you still see a chiropractor after surgery? With a few exceptions, which we will detail in this article, the answer is yes. However, even when you can ...
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How Chiropractic for Plantar Fasciitis Helps You Heal

Date: Apr 15, 2022
Plantar fasciitis is a condition associated to intense physical activity and poor support to the foot while running or jumping. Many professional and amateur athletes develop it, but it can also affect people who work standing up or walk a lot (postal workers and couriers, for example). The good news ...
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Can a Chiropractor Help with Vertigo?

Date: Apr 8, 2022
Do you feel that the world is spinning around you at moments? Have you felt the need to grab hold onto something to regain your sense of balance? If you experienced any of these symptoms, you are suffering from vertigo. This condition is more common than you think. And, with ...
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Chiropractic Care for Ear Infections in Children

Posted in Head Disorders
Date: Mar 18, 2022
Children are very vulnerable to health issues until they build resilience and their immune system. One of the most frequent complaints in toddlers and small children is the ear infection. It affects up to 80% of all children. This is a painful condition which, if it is left untreated, may ...
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Can a Chiropractor Help with Erectile Dysfunction?

Date: Mar 4, 2022
Erectile dysfunction (ED) has been a taboo topic of discussion for decades, even under the assurance of patient-doctor confidentiality. Yet, it should not be, especially because this problem afflicts so many men. Around 40% of men in their 40s suffer from some kind of ED. Later on, this issue becomes ...
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Can Chiropractic for Multiple Sclerosis Actually Help Patients?

Date: Feb 18, 2022
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neurodegenerative disease that affects millions of people. The immune system starts attacking myelin, a fatty substance that plays an important role in getting messages from the brain to various organs through the nerves. When myelin is destroyed, nerves can no longer perform their functions properly. ...
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