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Suffering from Back Pain? Here’s How a Chiropractor Can Help Scoliosis Patients- What You Need to Know
Back problems can significantly interfere with a person’s health. Chronic back pain is among patients’ most common complaints to doctors and physicians. About 16 million adults experience some type of persistent back pain. While back pain can have several causes—from injury to trauma, to genetic diseases— one cause of back pain or back problems is
You feel fatigued. Everything hurts. Pain is consistent but elusive. Your joints and muscles ache often enough that you begin to feel lost and unmotivated. And yet, your doctor may point to no root cause, no definitive solution, no cure. People with fibromyalgia will often feel that there is no end in sight for their
Take a typical day. You wake up, rush to the office, hunch over your laptop all day stressed over the growing pile of paperwork, slouch over the steering wheel during traffic hour, get home, make dinner, loll over your smartphone, sink into the couch with the kids, lounge in the recliner, and then get ready
Pain is complicated. The treatment of chronic pain has always been at the forefront of many healthcare providers. Chronic pain is one of the most common reasons adults seek medical care. For some time, the treatment of chronic pain was often reduced or limited to the prescription of strong opioids, which—for some people—caused dependency issues.
Most of our daily tasks involve the movement of our spine. Sitting down at the computer or dinner table, standing up, turning to grab an item, catching a ball, jumping, running, and everything in between requires the stabilization or movement of our spinal cords. Many of us might not think too much about it until