See A Chiropractor For Migraine Relief

If you get migraines then you may be missing a lot of work, and you may be missing out on a lot of your interests and hobbies -- especially if you tend to get your migraines on a fairly consistent basis. There are different things that you can try to get relief from migraines and to help to reduce the frequency in which you get them. A very effective way to get relief and help preventing future migraines is to see a chiropractor on a regular basis. Read More 

Back, Hip, And Leg Pain From Sitting All Day: Why You Hurt And How Massage Therapy Can Help

While you may be thankful to be gainfully employed, if your job involves sitting all day, it's probably causing your body distress and, quite possibly, causing you pain. Especially if you're in the age 55 and older demographic, an increasing segment of the working population, remaining seated at a desk for hours on end can be even harder on your body. Back, hip, and leg pain creeps up on you, and it can become permanent if you're not careful. Read More 

The Benefits Of Seeking Treatment With A Chiropractor For A Motor Vehicle Accident Injury

If you have been injured in a motor vehicle accident, you may have many soft tissue, joint, and muscle-related injuries. This may include conditions such as whiplash, lower back pain, stiff joints or headaches. As long as you do not have any internal bleeding or broken bones, you can seek treatment with a chiropractor for your motor vehicle accident injury. There are many benefits to seeking treatment with a chiropractor over a doctor. Read More 

Crick In The Neck? You May Have Torticollis

While it's normal to tweak your neck by sleeping in a poor position, frequent occurrences could be indicative of a condition called torticollis. Torticollis is derived from Latin and means "twisted neck." Torticollis causes stiff, contracted muscles in your neck and shoulders. It causes your head to tilt or twist to one side, limiting your range of motion and sometimes causing headaches or neck pain. In worst-case scenarios, you may develop a dystonia or a neurological movement disorder from these repetitive muscle contractions. Read More 

Three Tips To Help You Sleep Better With Lower Back Pain

Almost everyone looks forward to getting a good night's sleep, but unfortunately, not everyone has the ability to obtain it. Experts recommend getting between seven to nine hours of sleep each night, according to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute. For many, lower back pain can make it difficult to sleep well. It can cause you to toss and turn, looking for the best position to relieve some of the pain. Read More