It is estimated that 50 – 70% of the world’s population will experience neck pain at least once in their lives. Due to the modern way of life, the number of affected by this problem is increasing every day. In most cases it isn’t a serious condition, and can be relieved within days, but becomes chronic in about 10% of people. Stress, reduced daily physical activity, work in front of the computer, and improper body seating are just some of the reasons that can cause neck pain.Continue Reading ->
For every person with cancer, there’s a different, unique story about how cancer affects people. This will be true in your case, and there’s a lot that will take you by surprise — in both positive and negative ways.
There’s still a lot of commonalities among patients’ experiences, and so there’s a lot you can do to get ready. Here are four such things, and what you can do to prepare.Continue Reading ->
Many people injure their backs while bending or lifting objects in the wrong way. A recent survey taken by the American Physical Therapy Association reports that nearly two-thirds of the Americans experience low back pain, and nearly half of the cases are
There is an ongoing battle between massage therapy and chiropractic. Which one is the real winner? Okay no battles really. Massage therapy and chiropractic work best in tandem.
Chiropractic care and massage therapy are often confused about being the same or very similar. While they may share some similarities, they are very different treatments. Both are effective at preventing some conditions and improving the healing process while providing pain relief.Continue Reading ->
Facet syndrome, also known as facet joint disease, facet arthritis, facet osteoarthritis or facet hypertrophy, is a painful condition that affects facet joints. It is believed to be one of the most common causes of lower back pain.Continue Reading ->
Most common chronic joint condition. Affecting approximately 30 million Americans.
What is O
Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common form of arthritis (condition that affects joints) worldwide, affecting with millions of people.Continue Reading ->
With the New Year, comes the new year’s resolutions ideas. One consistent 2019 resolution that pops up is implementing healthy habits into everyday life. Why are we so consumed by the idea of living healthy? What keeps this goal out of reach? Maybe because of the popular opinion that healthy habits demand too much of our effort and time. Well, I’m not going to tell you what to do but I hope you don’t mind if I make some suggestions.Continue Reading ->
Do I Have Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction?
Sacroiliac joint dysfunction is a condition characterized by the improper movement of the SI joint. It usually begins with the instability of the pelvis and low back. Pain can radiate from the back to the legs and imitate sciatic nerve pain. The pain caused by this condition is called sacroiliac joint pain.Continue Reading ->