Spine Correction Center Blog
Audio Transcription: Al Malmberg: Welcome to this edition of Rocky Mountain Viewpoints, I am Al Malmberg we get a lot of ideas for the show from you so if you have any ideas please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and joining us this morning is Dr. Michael Farrell and he is a Chiropractor and [...]
Keep your back healthy this winter with these simple ideas. The winter months are upon us and that means all of those fun winter activities: snow shoveling, sledding with the kids, and negotiating those icy paths. Along with these activities can come the propensity for winter injury.
Warm up your back with the spinal rotation exercise to prevent injury and help back pain. To perform the spinal twist exercise Sit on the edge of a level surface Put your arms straight out in front of you and cross your arms Please sit up tall during this exercise to avoid damage Twist to [...]
What if you could eliminate or at least greatly reduce these darn headaches?
The six-way neck stretch is great for warming up your muscles, and treating neck pain. At Spine Correction Center, our techs take our patients through this stretch as a part of most visits.
If you have been thinking about going to visit a chiropractor, it might be because you are suffering from a herniated disc. If you have heard this term before and you now are suffering from back pain, chances are that you are putting two and two together. Here is the truth.
Coming December 2, 2011 The Weekend HealthCare Clinic of Fort Collins will be opening and sharing space at the Spine Correction Center of the Rockies.
Is the pain that I feel in my legs normal?
Do you ever ask yourself that question and then think I’ll just take some aspirin? Many people deal with leg pain on a day to day basis and don’t realize that there is something that they can do about it.
In this interview with Denver’s KMGH Channel 7 News on 10/22/2011, Dr. Farrell outlines the latest scoliosis treatment options, focusing on those that are non-surgical and non-bracing.
If you are like many people, you have probably heard the term herniated disc, but you may not know exactly what it is.
A herniated disc is when your spinal discs become damaged, then herniate, or bulge (push out), against your spinal cord and spinal nerves.