Trigger Point Therapy: What it Can and Can’t Treat

If you have tight areas of knotted muscle in your neck and back, these “trigger points” can affect other areas of your body when manipulated. Trigger points can form as a result of stress, muscle overload, traumatic injury, or poor posture. They are called trigger points because, the same way pulling the trigger of a […]

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Seek Chiropractic Care to Treat Your Car Accident Injury

If you recently suffered a car accident injury, you could have a long recovery ahead of you—unless you visit Spine Correction Center promptly following the crash. Our experienced chiropractic team can help manage your pain at the source and promote a full recovery so you can resume an active lifestyle. Chiropractors Treat Many Types of […]

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Are Your Recurring Headaches Actually Chronic Migraines?

If you get debilitating, recurring headaches 15 days or more per month, you could have a condition called chronic migraine. National Women’s Health Resource Center, Inc. estimates that up to 5 percent of the population experiences chronic migraine, and the majority of sufferers are women. Fortunately, treatments exist to prevent migraines from getting in the […]

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Fight Fatigue with 6 Easy Lifestyle Changes

Symptoms of fatigue include tiredness, lethargy, and lack of energy, either in a physical or psychological sense. In most cases, fatigue develops as a response to physical exertion, lack of sleep, emotional stress, and poor eating habits. However, fatigue is sometimes caused by a serious underlying medical condition, such as a heart problem, kidney disease, […]

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The Effects of Scoliosis on Pregnancy

Thinking of starting a family? Every woman who becomes pregnant can expect significant bodily changes, but if you have scoliosis or other spinal curve problems, your concerns may be more than skin deep. In fact, you might fear that your pregnancy could be detrimental to your health. Rest assured that having scoliosis doesn’t make pregnancy […]

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7 Ways to Relieve Arthritis Pain Without Pills

Arthritis pain can be debilitating, yet you may still want to avoid taking pain pills because of their possible side effects. You may also be among the 20% to 40% of arthritis patients who receive no relief from pharmaceuticals. Fortunately, you have several other ways to relieve arthritis pain other than taking medication, many of […]

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A Parent’s Guide to Managing Food Allergies at School

Does your child have food allergies? If so, sending him or her to school can feel overwhelming. If you fear the way teachers, coaches, school nurses, cafeteria staff, and other students may react to your child’s food allergies, now is the time to learn how to proactively manage food allergies at school. Use this guide […]

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Heavy Backpacks Can Cause Shoulder & Back Pain

As a new school year gets underway, you may be concerned about the size and weight of your child’s backpack. You have good reason to worry – According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, about 14,000 American children are treated annually for backpack-related injuries. To keep your child safe from harm, use these tips […]

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9 Tips for Flying with Chronic Back Pain

If you’re planning a vacation, you may wonder which mode of travel will accommodate your back pain the most. An airplane could be your best bet, as long as you keep these tips for flying with chronic back pain in mind. Before Your Flight Ask for a doctor’s note: In response to recent criticisms about […]

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How to Fall Asleep with Sciatica

Sciatica pain can be bothersome at all hours of the day and night. After all, your symptoms don’t subside just because it’s time for bed. A burning sensation anywhere from your hip down to your foot is enough to wake you up, assuming you can even drift off in the first place. For much-needed relief, […]

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