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The 5 Amazing Benefits of Chiropractic Care for Herniated Disc

A herniated disc is one of the most common causes of back pain, as well as one of the most feared. Having a herniated disc is an extremely excruciating experience that may have a considerable effect on your everyday lifestyle. While some sufferers recover with only minimal repercussions, other individuals might be forced to quit…

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Chiropractic Treatment for Pinched Nerves: Everything You Need to Know

A pinched nerve is a common source of pain for many people. It can start due to several reasons, most commonly from overexerting the neck or back, different sports injuries, or repetitive movements. They also tend to happen more regularly as we age, because of the natural wear and tear on our bodies. Though the…

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Piriformis Syndrome

Have you ever experienced a “pain in your butt?” No, I don’t mean when your kids won’t go to bed or when you have to file your taxes. I’m talking about a very literal buttock pain known as Piriformis Syndrome. What is the “piriformis”? The piriformis is a small muscle that lies deep within the…

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Skier’s Thumb

With the warm weather behind us and everybody gearing up for winter in the Great White North, we can look forward to winter sports that we can only take advantage of when there is snow on the ground. But like any other sports we participate in, injuries can occur. Getting a diagnosis and getting treatment…

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Migraine Treatment

Migraine Treatment – Effective Relief A migraine is a primary headache disorder that is recurrent in nature and involves pain of moderate to a severe intensity which can last for 4 to 72 hours. Migraines are usually characterized as being unilateral (one-sided) with a pulsating quality and may be associated with nausea or vomiting. Migraines…

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Frozen Shoulder

Get the FACTS on Frozen Shoulder The medical diagnosis for frozen shoulder is Adhesive Capsulitis, which effects the shoulder joint (glenohumeral joint) and specifically the shoulder joint capsule, which is the connective tissue surrounding the joint. With this condition you typically feel stiffness, generalized restricted range of motion, inflammation and chronic pain. Adhesive Capsulitis does not have…

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