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  • The Benefit of Lime Juice
    Squeeze a half of a lime into a large glass of water and enjoy a refreshing healthful drink. Limes provides a good source of fiber and minerals including magnesium, copper, potassium, Read more
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Cervicogenic Headaches
    Cervicogenic headaches are headaches associated with neck movement or neck positions. The International Headache Society established the criteria for diagnosing cervicogenic headaches in 1990. The diagnostic criteria is as follows:  1. Read more
  • Smoking Causes Back Pain and Neck Pain
    The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates that 18 percent of the population are smokers. However; More than 50 percent of patients who seek treatments  for pain are smokers. Everyone Read more
  • Chiropractic Treatment of Neck Pain
    The National Institute of Health's National Center of Complementary and Alternative Medicine funded a randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of various approaches for the treatment of mechanical neck Read more
  • Chiropractic Treatment and Automobile Accidents
    Automobile accidents can be one of the most frustrating, overwhelming and frightening experiences of our lives. The majority of crashes do not result in serous injuries but many can cause Read more
  • GALLUP-PALMER COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC SURVEY ON PAIN
    6,305 US adults were surveyed in February and March of 2017 concerning neck pain and back pain and their treatment. 63% of the respondents reported having neck or back pain Read more
  • Soft Tissue Injures Caused by Automobile Accidents
    Soft tissue injuries can occur any where in the body but the spine frequently has soft tissue injuries after an automobile accident. Ligaments, tendons, intervertebral discs, muscles, nerves and organs Read more
  • Regular Walking is Linked to a Lower Death Rate and Less Back Pain
    Walking is the most common form of physical activity of American adults. It has been linked to a lower risk of developing diabetes, colon and breast cancer, and heart disease. Read more
  • Pain, Chiropractic Subluxations and the Prefrontal Cortex of the Brain
    Pain is a necessary function to help prevent serious injury. If we didn't perceive pain, we would cause serous tissue damage by doing things beyond our body's normal tolerances. Pain Read more
  • Opioid Abuse and The Joint Commission
    Opioid Abuse and The Joint CommissionThe medical community is finally taking some action to help curb the opioid epidemic. Dozens of healthcare organizations, consumer advocate groups and medical professionals sent Read more
  • Neck Pain Treatment Options
    Neck Pain Treatment OptionsNeck pain is a very common problem. One study estimated that neck pain affects 45% of the working population. Another study estimated that 65% of sitting employees Read more
  • Does Obesity Contribute to Back Pain?
    Does Obesity Contribute to Back Pain? Most people understand that obesity contributes to high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes and even colon cancer. Obesity also contributes to back and neck pain. Read more
  • Is Sitting really the new Smoking? The answer is Yes.
    Is Sitting really the new Smoking? The answer is Yes. Several studies have been published that show significant health risks for people who sit for long periods of time. One study Read more
  • Low Back Pain "Red Flags" Should Not Be Ignored
    Low Back Pain "Red Flags" Should Not Be IgnoredLow back pain is a very common problem significantly affecting most adults at some point in their life time. Back pain  can Read more
  • STUDY REPORTS NSAIDS ARE NO BETTER THAN PLACEBO FOR LOW BACK PAIN.
    Study Reports NSAIDS Are No Better Than Placebo For Low Back PainBack pain effects up to 80 percent of adults some time during their lifetime. Back pain is the number Read more
  • DOES MY DIET CONTRIBUTE TO MY BACK PAIN?
    DOES MY DIET CONTRIBUTE TO MY BACK PAIN?Yes, Your diets can play a role in your back pain. There are many things that can cause back pain but your diet Read more

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