Posts Tagged "Back Pain"

Most Common Myths About Back Pain.

Posted by on Feb 13, 2017 in Back Pain, Chiropractic Care | 0 comments

Most Common Myths About Back Pain:     Myth 1:  Back pain is just a part of aging.  Everyone that lives long enough will have back pain. Fact: Adding years to your life does not have to equal accepting the fact that your back will hurt.  While back pain is common constant back pain as you age is never normal.   While of coarse as we age we are more susceptible to certain diseases or conditions that increase our likely-hood of developing back pain, there are many steps that you can take, including chiropractic care to insure that your spine stays healthy as you age. Myth 2: The back pain isn’t that bad so nothing is wrong. Fact:  While pain can be an...

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Chiropractic Care for Seniors in Woodstock, Ga.

Posted by on Apr 5, 2016 in arthritis, Chiropractic Care, Chiropractor Woodstock, Posture | 0 comments

  Chiropractic Care for Seniors in Woodstock, Ga.   The number of senior citizens in out country is at an all time high and is only continuing to rise.  As baby boomers continue to approach and reach retirement age the number of senior citizens will continue rise sharply.  Health care of coarse is a primary concern to many senior citizens, and chiropractic is an important part of that.  Recent reports estimate that over 5% of seniors utilize chiropractic on a regular basis.  Unfortunately, some older adults who need chiropractic care for one reason or another do not utilize it.   Some may not be familiar how chiropractic can help them, others may be...

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Back Pain and Pregnancy.

Posted by on Mar 15, 2016 in Back Pain, Hip pain, pregnancy and chiropractic | 0 comments

  Back Pain and Pregnancy While back pain is one of the most common ailments that Americans suffer from on a day to day basis pregnant women are even more likely to be affected.   It is estimated that between 50 to 70 percent of pregnant women report back pain at some time during their pregnancy.   The changes that the body goes through during pregnancy are truly incredible.   Some of these changes are directly responsible for causing back pain. The first major factor that causes back pain in pregnant women is the change in spinal structure and your center of gravity.   As the baby and stomach grow our lower back is forced to support more weight at and angle...

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Predictors of low back pain and return to work.

Posted by on Feb 2, 2016 in Back Pain, Chiropractic research, exercise | 0 comments

    Recently some research has been published that has really changed the game in treatment in low back pain, specifically in treatment of long term debilitating back pain.   In one particular study published in Spine a group of researchers set to discover what factors best predicted a worker who has been out on leave for their low back returning to work.   The researches set out to use medical, psychological, and sociodemographic predictors that would have an significant impact on ability to return to work. Medically speaking it was found that by using a light mobilization program workers were much more likely to return to work than those who did not have a...

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Sitting Becoming the New Smoking

Posted by on Jan 28, 2016 in Back Pain, Chiropractic research, General health | 0 comments

Are We Sitting to Much? Sitting, chances are good you are doing it right now.   Chances are also good that you spend much of the day sitting as well, whether it’s at work, driving, or just relaxing at home.    Unfortunately new information is coming out that prolonged sitting is not good for our health. Too much sitting sets you up for a host of physical problems including poor circulation, chronic back and nerve pain, depression, osteoporosis, spinal disc degeneration, fatigue and many other health problems.  Even scarier is that according to Canadian researchers prolonged daily sitting could cause these problems even if you exercise regularly. “More...

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