June 26, 2017

The Pathway

You stub your toe. Tiny pain receptors in the skin (nociceptors) are triggered and will send an electrical signal to the spinal cord in the lower back. The signal will then continue up the spinal cord to the brain. In the brain, the signal will reach the som...

June 19, 2017

Have you had a knee replacement recently? Complete recovery from knee replacement surgery can be difficult if not approached the right way. Each of the precautions and exercises given after surgery is there for a reason.

Short Term Recovery

Short term recovery is key in...

June 12, 2017

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

The carpal bones in the wrist create a tunnel around the median nerve. The median nerve can become pinched or affected by inflammation, resulting in tingling, lack of muscle strength and pain. Injury is often caused by repetitive movement...

June 5, 2017

The Most Common Questions

“Doesn’t it hurt?” and “Is it safe?”

Keep in mind, many of the people asking are taking several prescription pills per day or are considering spinal surgery. 


According to the ACA, treatment by a chiropractor is widely recognized...

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Whiplash is defined as a sudden, forceful back and forth movement of the neck. The most common type of whiplash injury occurs in car accidents.  When...

Whiplash and Permanent Damage

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