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.
15 April 2015
With the average weight of the human head around 10 pounds, it's no wonder so many people suffer from neck pain from time to time. If you're suffering from neck pain, a visit to a chiropractor may be in your best interests. Read on to learn what a chiropractor can do for that pain, as well as when a chiropractor may not be the best option for you. What Causes Neck Pain?
14 April 2015
Stretching your back on a regular basis will help to reduce back strain and alleviate tension that builds up. Here are some simple stretches you can do at home to reduce back pain. Stretch From Your Knees Start by lying flat on your back on the floor and with your knees bent and feet flat on the ground. Using both hands, slowly pull your left knee to your chest and hold it in place for twenty to thirty seconds.
14 April 2015
A lot of people suffering from lower back pain seek relief by going to their local chiropractor. The chiropractor will use different manual techniques to adjust your lower back until the conditions that lead to the pain are eased – chiropractors do this without the assistance of strong pain medications or surgeries that could affect your mental and physical state. Here is how a chiropractor adjusts your back to relieve the pain.
1 April 2015
Being a mom is rewarding and fun, but it's also physically demanding. Even if you eat well and exercise regularly, you may still experience joint pain and sore muscles from time to time. Some mothers develop more serious problems, such as herniated discs and cervical stenosis, from caring for their little ones. Whether you're a mom of multiples or you're raising an only child, your aching body may be connected to one, or all, of the situations listed below.
31 March 2015
It can start from a slip and fall or from a simple car accident when someone taps your car from behind. If your neck and back are jarred with enough force, you can develop pain several days after an accident. When this happens, get to your chiropractor and start treatment. The pain will likely not go away on its own, so you could have a back and neck ache for some time.