Back Pain

Cupping – My Experience

By Dr. Bingham Cupping has been around for thousands of years, but it took someone famous like Michael Phelps to bring cupping into the mainstream. If you watched the Rio Olympics, you might have noticed bizarre purple circular marks on Michael Phelps back, these are cupping marks. These marks are from the blood that is [...]

Float Therapy – My Experience

by Dr. Bryan Bingham My wife and I just celebrated our 12th wedding anniversary and this year we decided to try something a little different. Both of us had been curious about float tanks also know as float therapy and decided to look into local facilities. We had heard of a couple different local businesses [...]

Tech Neck Has a New Friend – Pokemon Go

A few weekends ago we decided to take the family down to the canal to walk around and grab a bite to eat. It didn’t take long to notice that the vast majority of people walking the canal were glued to their phones…more than usual. It dawned on me that most of these people were [...]

Chiropractors Treat Headaches!

By Dr. Drew Hunt, DC How common are headache? According to the American Chiropractic Association, 9 out of 10 Americans suffer from headaches. If you are someone who suffers from headaches regularly, you are undoubtedly familiar with the traditional methods used to treat them – ice, rest and popping a pill or two, or three… [...]

Hip Bone Connected to the … Knee Bone!

A guest post by Dr. Rick Boatright, D.C. The human skeletal frame is similar to a mobile hanging over a baby’s crib.  It’s nearly impossible to make a change in one part without it affecting the entire mobile.Similarly, it’s just about impossible to change any part of the skeletal frame without it generating consequences in other [...]

The Best Ab Exercise and Why You Should Stop Crunching

by Dr. Bingham, DC, DACRB If you have mentioned doing crunches in ear shot of me, you have undoubtedly suffered through my diatribe on the evils of sit-ups and crunches, sorry but I do it because I care.   I am not the only one who feels this way, Stuart McGill talks about the damage to [...]

Snow Shoveling 101

If you are lucky enough to have a snow blower or a cooperative teenage boy in your home, this post is not for you.  If you are like the rest of the Indianapolis residents who experienced the largest snowfall in over a decade and all you have is a plastic snow shovel...this post is for [...]

How To Be Pain Free At Work

As we thought through topics that would be most helpful to share with our patients, one of the first that we identified was sitting at your desk/ computer without getting neck or upper back pain. Sounds simple enough, right? I’m guessing, though, that a good number of you (and your coworkers, family, and friends) experience [...]

Good Balance Prevents Back and Neck Pain

by Katie Culver For a lot of you, you come in for your adjustment, and afterwards, I ask you to do a few minutes of balance work. Whether its performing exercises while balancing on the exercise ball, Bosu, balance disk, or even just standing on one of the balance boards, I’m sure you’ve wondered why. [...]

Improve Your Posture, Improve Your Health

There are numerous benefits from choosing to use good posture throughout your day. Our bodies were created to function in a specific way, so if we carry ourselves with poor posture, many muscles are over worked while others are under worked and begin to atrophy. It’s no wonder that roughly 80% of Americans experience back [...]