Some of our patients wonder “is chiropractic safe for kids?” We always encourage our patients to do what they feel comfortable with. That said, we also encourage them to bring their young ones in for a consultation at the minimum to see if chiropractic care could be helpful—both to support healthy systems, to prevent injury, and to address any pain or discomfort they may be experiencing.
After a car accident, it can be a whirlwind of emotions, pain, confusion, and insurance paperwork. It’s difficult to know what to do immediately after a collision, so it’s best that you take specific steps to address your pain and ensure you make the most of your insurance.
Can I be treated by a chiropractor while I’m pregnant? During pregnancy, there are many questions about what you can or cannot do to stay healthy and keep your baby safe in utero. And with more than half of all pregnant women having some degree of back discomfort, it’s no wonder that you’ll want to seek out some help with your back pain.
Headaches and migraines are so common, it seems like half of all commercials address some over-the-counter pain medication or even new pharmaceuticals for migraines. But what if you could help diminish the pain and severity of your headaches or migraines by going to a chiropractor?
The first thing a person may think of when they hear “chiropractor” is the spine. It’s true: the spine is central to the body, both physically and in terms of structure and support. However, chiropractors deal with the health of the whole body, not just the spine. Go one step further. If chiropractors can help your spine, imagine what they can do for your extremities. Imagine how good your arms, legs, knees, hands and feet could feel with the help of adjustments.
Though leg length discrepancy is a common cause of back pain and poor posture, it often goes undiagnosed. To learn more about leg length discrepancy (or leg length deficiency, as it’s sometimes called) continue reading to find out its causes, symptoms, results, and how chiropractic can help.
Rounded shoulders are so common, we may not even need to describe them. It’s a signifier of bad posture–your body is out of its ideal alignment. Before it goes from bad to worse, learn how to correct your rounded shoulders with simple steps that you can take at home.
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