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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
It seems like everyone has some sort of back pain these days. It could result from the stressful events and lifestyle changes the nation has gone through, like working from home. Simply put, back pains can ruin your day. Your spine is the pillar and foundation of your entire body, after all. It withstands significant
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. As such, we’d like to highlight how chiropractic care can help relieve breast cancer-related pain, especially post-surgery or after chemotherapy. The Southwest Chiropractic team is in full support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with breast cancer, is currently undergoing