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Cervical Stenosis Causes and Treatment Options

  As we get older, age-related spinal degeneration becomes more common, which is one of the reasons why cervical stenosis most often appears in people over the age of 50. Cervical Read More

Golfer’s Elbow Causes and Treatment Options

  It’s difficult to enjoy your golf game when the pain in your elbow is a constant companion. Golfer’s elbow (medial epicondylitis) not only affects golfers, it can be a problem Read More

How Can I Tell if a Bicycle is Set Up Correctly for Me?

  Having a good fit between yourself and your bicycle is important for ensuring comfort and stability when you ride, whether it’s just cycling to the market to pick up some Read More

Chiropractic Benefits for Our Military

  Since the late 19th century, chiropractors have been performing manipulations on American military personnel in order to help keep them in fighting form. In 1992, President George H. W. Bush Read More

Chiropractic for Elite Athletes

The following guest post is on Chiropractic for elite athletes and is written by US chiropractor, Chad Woolner. Chad is an American chiropractor who will be travelling from the US to London Read More

Healthy Grilling: How to Make Summer Favorites Good and Good for You Too

  Nothing says “summer” like a barbecue, but the traditional barbecues we remember from our childhood in which dad singed his eyebrows when the flames leapt three feet into the air Read More

Chiropractic at the 2012 London Olympics

  There are few athletic events that engender worldwide fascination like the Olympics, where the world’s greatest athletes come together to showcase their superior athletic skills. They train for years, and Read More

Piriformis Syndrome Causes and Treatment Options

  Commonly confused with sciatica, piriformis syndrome causes similar pain in the lower back and buttocks that often extends down the back of the leg and into the foot. It is Read More

Knee Ligament Injuries and Treatment Options

Knee ligament injuries are unfortunately all too common in athletes, who put a tremendous amount of strain on them and they are easily subject to injury from typical athletic movements. Read More

Does Lifting Weights Really Help You Lose Weight?

  If you have struggled to lose weight, despite trying any number of popular diets, you may be approaching the matter in the wrong way. Dieting rarely results in long-term weight Read More

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Causes and Treatment Options

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) affects about one in a thousand people (mostly women) each year, and is caused by the median nerve being compressed as it runs through the carpal Read More

Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction

The boomerang-shaped sacroiliac joints are found just below the waist on either side of the spine. These joints connect the two pelvic (iliac) bones, and are surrounded by a complex Read More

How to Recognize the Signs of Heat Stroke

  Now that summer has finally arrived, it is tempting to spend as much time outdoors as we can, taking advantage of the long days and the brilliant sun. But summer Read More

Are Growing Pains Normal?

You may have been awakened in the night by your 5-year-old child crying from the pain in her legs that seems to have appeared out of nowhere. This condition, usually Read More

Anatomy of the Wrist

The wrist is the name usually given to the eight carpal bones (the lunate, scaphoid, triquetrum, pisiform, trapezium, capitate, hamate and trapezoid carpals) that form the part of the hand Read More

Cervical Facet Syndrome Causes and Treatment Options

Cervical facet syndrome (CFS) is a form of osteoarthritis characterized by a structural deterioration of the vertebrae and joints of the neck. These vertebrae are connected to the spine and supported by Read More

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