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How the Feet, Knees & Hips Affect the Low Back

2021-09-03T11:55:23+00:00

If you have low back pain, or have had it, you are not alone. Experts estimate that around 80% of people will experience some type of back problem as some point in their lives. The Global Burden of Disease 2010 lists low back pain as the number one cause of disability worldwide. The good news [...]

What Is De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis & Can Chiropractic Help

2021-08-20T13:02:30+00:00

De Quervain's Tenosynovitis, also called “washerwoman sprain,” is a condition of the hand that typically affects people who do continuous, fast, repetitive movements. The patient can experience a sudden onset of the condition or it can be gradual, beginning with tenderness in the thumb area and slowly progressing. It can restrict activity, but it doesn’t [...]

How Chiropractic Helps A Functional Short Leg

2020-10-04T16:36:07+00:00

Functional short leg is a fairly common condition that typically occurs due to inflexibility or muscle weakness at the pelvis, ankle, and foot complex. Runners sometimes experience the condition when running over certain surfaces that are unstable or not level. It can also occur due to inappropriate footwear. This condition can cause pain in the [...]

How Chiropractic Helps Those That Suffer from Iliotibial Band Syndrome

2019-10-10T13:44:00+00:00

Iliotibial band syndrome is a very common injury among runners. If it is diagnosed early and treatment commences immediately the chances of it becoming a chronic condition are reduced. It responds very well to chiropractic since it involves the pelvis and related muscles. When pelvic mechanics are not functioning properly the muscle don’t work efficiently [...]

How Shoulder Pain Can Be Relieved by Chiropractic

2020-10-04T16:36:53+00:00

The shoulder goes through a lot in a day. It is comprised of an intricate network of ligaments and muscles, with the rotator cuff taking the brunt of much of the movement and exertion. Not only is the shoulder the most flexible joint in the human body, it is also one of the most unstable. [...]

How Chiropractic Helps Tendonitis

2020-10-04T16:36:58+00:00

Tendonitis is a condition that occurs when a tendon that connects bone to muscle is injured, overused, or used improperly. The result is inflammation, pain and sometimes swelling. In the case of an injury where the tendon is stressed to otherwise injured, soft tissue around the area may also become involved. Each year more than [...]

How Chiropractors Help Chondromalacia Patellae

2020-10-04T16:37:00+00:00

Chiropractic care is extremely beneficial for many different conditions; some obvious while others are more obscure. Structural issues that affect the knees are often very responsive to chiropractic treatment. In the case of chondromalacia patellae and other knee problems, it has proven to reduce pain and help improve the condition considerably, providing the patient with [...]

Suffering from Shoulder Pain?

2020-10-04T16:38:58+00:00

By Dr. Drew Hunt, DC Do you suffer from a chronic shoulder pain? Were you told it was a rotator cuff injury? What is a rotator cuff? Let me begin by answering the last question: the rotator cuff is comprised of four muscles that surround the shoulder joint: Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Teres Minor and Subscapularis. The [...]

Hip Bone Connected to the … Knee Bone!

2020-10-04T16:39:02+00:00

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 [...]

Knee Pain Part 1- An Above and Below Approach

2020-10-04T16:39:04+00:00

Where does knee pain start? Common sense would lead you to believe that your knee pain may actually becoming from, well your knee.  The pain that you're experiencing in your knee is likely due to damaged or inflamed structures in the knee but the excess stress that caused the injury might coming from above and below [...]