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Sacro-Iliac/SI How to treat

Sacroiliac Joint or SI Joint Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction or SI Joint Pain is one of the most undiagnosed problems in all of the medicine. Most conventional medical doctors are not trained to look for this. The good news is in our office we get excellent results by using a specific procedure that is part of

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Sciatica

Sciatica is a set of symptoms including pain that is usually caused by spinal cord pressure/a pinched nerve of one of the last three spinal nerve roots that give rise to each sciatic nerve. The last three spinal nerve roots (L-3, 4, 5), forms the sciatic nerve (right and left) that goes into the buttock

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Shoulder Pain

There is definitely a relationship between the neck and the shoulder, and the shoulder and the neck. They both effect each other. First of all, the shoulder is the most moveable joint in the body, therefore it is the most prone to injury of any joint in the body. The shoulder is a ball and

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Adrenal Fatigue

Adrenal Insufficiency or Fatigue Adrenal Insufficiency or functional hypoadrenia is one of the most under-diagnosed conditions in all of the medicine. However, what we’re seeing is an epidemic of people (mostly women), with this condition in our office. People who go to bed tired, and wake up tired. This is not normal. The adrenal glands

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Start 2017 on the Right Path

Chiropractic Care can be Your Tool to New Year’s Resolution Success Many New Year’s resolutions focus on health-related outcomes including exercise and weight loss. The personal discipline required to participate in these activities is itself a substantial reward. Regular chiropractic care assists greatly in helping achieve the intended outcomes of these specific lifestyle upgrades. A

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Hiking Your Way to Health

Regular Chiropractic Care and Your Mechanical Advantage Vigorous exercises such as hiking, running, and walking pose challenges to numerous physiological systems including the cardiorespiratory and musculoskeletal systems. By progressively increasing mechanical loads on weight-bearing structures (including the lumbar spinal vertebra, pelvis, thigh bones, shin bones, and ankle bones), these exercises also engage metabolic pathways involved

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Hydration for Health

Regular Chiropractic Care, a Healthy Spine, and You In order for your spine to function as an effective biomechanical unit, its various components need to be free of inflammation and able to move through their full range of motion. Spinal vertebras can achieve optimal mobility provided the ligaments that hold them together and the muscles

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A Spring in Your Step

Regular Chiropractic Care and Freedom of Motion Efficient and effective mobility is key to good spinal health and good health overall. Spinal mobility depends on interactions between adjacent vertebras, a complex array of small and large muscles, and ligaments that bind the vertebras together. Nerve irritation and soft tissue inflammation may disrupt the smooth biomechanics

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Poetry in Motion

Flexibility, Ease of Motion, and Regular Chiropractic Care In our day-to-day routine, most of us take flexibility and ease of motion for granted. All the biomechanical processes that result in fluidity of movement take place below the surface, so to speak, and we are not conscious of these physiological actions. We become aware of such

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Turn, Turn, Turn

Wolff’s Law An important aspect of the human body’s ability to continually reinvent itself is known as Wolff’s law. This physiological law states that bone will remodel along lines of mechanical stress. In other words, weight-bearing activities such as walking, running, and strength training will cause long bones, lumbar vertebras, and the pelvis to become

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