Neck pain can be simply unbearable at times. It makes it difficult to sleep, walk, sit and do just about anything comfortably. I know this because I had dealt with it for nearly two years before I found any relief. It was not until I began going to a chiropractor that I found that life did not have to be so painful. The chiropractor made regular adjustments each week and helped me learn what I could do to make myself more comfortable. I have included everything that my chiropractor taught me on my website to help others going through the same struggles as I did.
8 July 2015
Drug and alcohol abuse can negatively impact not only an addict, but their friends and family members as well. A study conducted in 2013 showed that an estimated 24.6 million Americans aged 12 and older had used an illicit drug during the 30 days prior to being surveyed. With addiction growing, finding alternative treatments is becoming more important. Chiropractic care can be used to help fight addiction. Here are three ways that regular chiropractic care can have a positive impact on your life if you are a recovering addict.
30 June 2015
Severe neck pain can make every movement throughout the day uncomfortable, but help is just a phone call away. Regular chiropractic adjustments at a place like Dr. Brian C. Gibson Chiropractic are a simple way to get relief for this discomfort and restore your quality of life. On the days in between your appointments, however, you might still to experience a degree of discomfort. Don't just sit around and feel miserable.
24 June 2015
Exercise might be the last thing you feel like doing when you have back pain, but on your low-pain days, it's helpful to get moving. At your next chiropractic adjustment, speak with your chiropractor and express interest in performing some exercises to decease your pain between appointments. Provided he or she agrees that your chosen activities won't cause harm to your specific back issues, change into some workout apparel and get moving to take the fight to your back pain.
16 June 2015
If you currently experience joint pain, muscle pain, or chronic fatigue, then you may think there are no other options for treatment besides taking prescription medication. Fortunately, you can visit a chiropractor in order to deal with the problems as they occur at the source, as opposed to simply managing the symptoms with pills. Here are three signs that you need to see a chiropractor for further treatment. 1. Chronic back pain.
27 May 2015
Massage therapy has relaxing effects and can directly reduce pain as the therapist applies various types of pressure to ease muscle strain and tightness. This therapy has additional benefits as well. It boosts levels of brain chemicals that make you feel good and decreases chemicals related to stress. A study published in 2005 found that massage appears to increase levels of dopamine and serotonin. Another study, released in 2010, found that massage appears to lift oxytocin levels.