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Chiropractic Healing: It’s a Journey, Not a Moment

Date: Oct 1, 2021
How do you know that chiropractic adjustments work? When can you say “I am healed”? Is it after the fourth or the fifth session with your chiropractor? Many patients lose faith in chiropractic because they do not “see the results”. This is understandable. So far, they have been used to ...
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Our Chiropractors’ Back to School Advice

Date: Sep 16, 2021
Fall is here and this means that millions of children are going back to school. This is an emotional moment for parents who send their kids to school for the first time. For children, it is the excitement of meeting their friends again on daily basis. But chiropractors see another, ...
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How Dangerous Is Spinal Stenosis?

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Date: Sep 10, 2021
Spinal stenosis represents the process of narrowing of the spaces within your spine – the canal through which the spinal cord runs. This means that, as this canal becomes narrower, your spine will be pressured from all sides. In turn, this means that your nerves will not be able to send the signals from ...
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Link Between Migraine Headaches and Back Pain

Date: Sep 7, 2021
Anyone who has to cope with the pain of migraine headaches realizes the importance of finding out what the cause may be. Interestingly, migraines are not actually categorized as headaches. They are actually a neurological disorder, with headaches being only one of the symptoms. Some things that may trigger a migraine are certain types of ...
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Chiropractic for Athletic Performance: Does It Work?

Date: Aug 28, 2021
As an amateur or professional athlete, you are always focused on training in order to improve your performance level. You try to improve your running times, jump higher and develop more stamina and resistance to effort. But there is one more thing you can do to ensure that you are always fit and ready ...
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What You Need to Know about Chiropractic Care for Plantar Fasciitis

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Date: Aug 27, 2021
Plantar fasciitis represents the inflammation of the ligament connecting the heel with the toes. It is a painful condition: sufferers feel a stabbing pain in the sole of their feet after intense physical activity, such as walking, running, or practicing sports. In most cases, allopath doctors recommend taking NSAIDs (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs) and applying the RICE method: ...
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