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Accident Recovery | Mar 12, 2022

Why Do My Arms Hurt When I Sneeze?

Most of the time, sneezing is a simple annoyance and not a sign of anything seriously wrong. It may mean you have a cold, an allergy, or just simply need to sneeze. But for some people, sneezing can routinely cause pain in their arms. If this is the case, especially…

Is Cracking Your Back Bad?

Accident Recovery | Mar 12, 2022

What Happens When You Crack Your Back

Chances are you’ve done this before: noticed tightness or soreness in your back and stretched it until you hear a cracking sound. This can come with relief and make you feel like you’ve fixed any underlying issue causing you pain. While you may feel better, this result is usually temporary…

How Long Does a Sprained Ankle Take to Heal

Injury Recovery | Mar 9, 2022

How Long Does a Sprained Ankle Take to Heal?

You probably know the feeling: you’re walking down a flight of stairs and roll your ankle the wrong way. It can be such an awkward experience to roll your ankle, and you might even stumble or fall, adding to the embarrassment. In many cases, rolling your ankle leaves you feeling…

Carpal Tunnel Foods to Avoid

Accident Recovery | Mar 2, 2022

Carpal Tunnel Foods to Avoid

Carpal tunnel syndrome is most often associated with typing or using your phone, and these behaviors are largely responsible for most cases today. However, the root of the condition is inflammation, which can be caused by a number of issues throughout the body. Carpal tunnel treatment involves therapies and medical…

Does a Bone Density Test Show Arthritis

Joint Pain | Feb 25, 2022

Does a Bone Density Test Show Arthritis?

A bone density test is a type of X-ray that measures the strength of your bones. Doctors recommend a bone density test every few years in older adults to help identify and treat osteoporosis. The medical terms osteopenia and osteoporosis refer to issues with bone loss, both of which are…

Signs That Frozen Shoulder Is Starting to Thaw

Accident Recovery | Feb 20, 2022

Signs That Frozen Shoulder Is Starting to Thaw

Have you started to experience pain and stiffness in one of your shoulders? Perhaps you experience discomfort in your shoulder and difficulty while reaching for something above your head. There are many types of shoulder injuries and issues, but one of the most common is often referred to as frozen…

Carpal Boss Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment

Injury Recovery | Feb 16, 2022

Carpal Boss: Symptoms, Causes, Diagnosis, and Treatment

If you recently suffered a hand or wrist injury, then you understand how much of an impact that can have on your day-to-day life. Pain, inflammation, and issues that affect mobility in your hands and wrists can keep you from performing the most basic of tasks throughout your day, like…


Accident FAQS | Feb 15, 2022

What Is an Orthopedic Doctor? What Do They Do?

Many people trust their primary care physician for everyday ailments like a cold or their annual physicals. But who do you turn to when you are experiencing chronic pain or suffered a recent injury? Your primary care physician may refer you to an orthopedic doctor if you are dealing with…

How to Heal a Herniated Disc Naturally

Spine Care | Feb 11, 2022

How to Heal a Herniated Disc Naturally

Have you or someone you know ever been diagnosed with a disc herniation? Also commonly referred to as a slipped disc or a herniated disc, this type of spinal condition can cause pain in your spine as well as uncomfortable symptoms in other parts of the body. A herniated disc…


After An Accident | Feb 10, 2022

What Doctor to See for Numbness in Toes

Have you ever been sitting in one position for too long and you notice your leg and foot “fall asleep?” That uncomfortable tingling sensation with part of your body “falling asleep” will typically get better once you change positions or move around for a little bit. You might try to…

What Is the Difference Between Tennis Elbow and Golfers Elbow

Injury Recovery | Feb 6, 2022

What Is the Difference Between Tennis Elbow and Golfers Elbow?

Your elbow joints work to absorb the impact of movements you make throughout your day, which means an injury to one of your elbows can negatively affect your everyday routines. The elbow is a hinge joint that connects the three bones in your arm: the humerus, radius, and ulna. The…

How Can Poor Posture Result in Back Pain

Accident Recovery | Feb 2, 2022

How Can Poor Posture Result in Back Pain?

You may have been told to “sit up straight” or “stop slouching” by your parents or a teacher at some point in your life. Standing and sitting with poor posture is often frowned upon because of how it looks, but it can also affect your healthy functioning as well. In…

Can a Chiropractor Help With a Pinched Nerve

Accidents | Jan 29, 2022

Can a Chiropractor Help With a Pinched Nerve?

A pinched nerve can cause a range of symptoms and pain that may be mild or severe- if you have ever experienced one, you probably have been anxious for relief. Some people do not think that a chiropractor will be effective in this case, as they deal with spines and…

How Much Does a CT Scan Cost

Injury Recovery | Jan 24, 2022

How Much Does a CT Scan Cost?

If your doctor has recommended you undergo diagnostic imaging, you may be anxious about a number of things, including the cost. Scans like CT scans are complex and require expensive, high-tech equipment that may seem daunting. While the ultimate cost of your CT scan will vary based on a variety…


Injury Recovery | Jan 20, 2022

How to Heal a Bulging Disc Naturally

People who have been diagnosed with a bulging disc can experience anything from a mild amount of pain to severe and debilitating symptoms. While this condition can eventually heal or be managed, it can also progress without proper treatment, leading to the need for invasive options like surgery. The good…


Accident Recovery | Jan 16, 2022

How Often Should You Get a Chiropractic Adjustment?

One of the most common myths about chiropractic care is that once you go, you will be told you have to go for the rest of your life in order to have you pay more over time. There is also worry about how often the appointments may be, if you…


Accident Recovery | Jan 12, 2022

Can Dehydration Cause Back Pain?

If you’ve ever been dehydrated, you may recognize symptoms like dizziness, headaches, fatigue, or blurry vision as signs you need more water. But what about back pain? It’s true that dehydration can actually cause pain in the spine as your discs lose their hydration along with the rest of your…

Can a Chiropractor Help with Sciatica

Chiropractic | Jan 9, 2022

Can a Chiropractor Help with Sciatica?

Up to 40% of people will experience sciatica at some point in their adult life. While these instances usually resolve on their own, that is not always the case, and an untreated instance can lead to chronic pain or muscle weakness. When it comes to sciatica treatment, there are many…

How to Crack Your Own Neck—Tips From Chiropractors

Accident Recovery | Jan 6, 2022

How to Crack Your Own Neck—Tips From Chiropractors

Many people who experience neck pain develop a habit of “cracking” or popping their necks to relieve this pain and pressure. If you’ve ever done this, you may have also heard people tell you it’s dangerous and should be avoided. So what do chiropractors say? While cracking your neck isn’t…

Is Cracking Your Back Bad

Chiropractic | Jan 3, 2022

Is Cracking Your Back Bad?

After a night of stiff sleep or a long car ride, you may stretch your back out, waiting for a cracking sound that brings relief. While this is commonly called cracking your back, you are not actually cracking any bones- instead, you are releasing pent-up air. People may have told…

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