chiropractor

Why You Shouldn’t Crack Your Neck – But a Chiropractor Should

When feeling weighed down by a tight, stiff neck, the temptation to give it a good crack can be overwhelming—but you might want to think twice. If you crack your neck, you could be putting yourself at risk for serious injury.

When it comes to your spine health, taking matters into your own hands is rarely a good idea, especially if you’re unsure of what’s causing your neck pain.

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radiating pain

What Is Radiating Pain and What Causes It?

Radiating pain is just what the name implies—an intense pain that spreads across a significant part of the body, leaving discomfort in its wake. This is because its start and end points actually follow the path of a nerve. Radiating pain isn’t to be confused with referred pain, which is general pain that typically pops up near an injured tissue.

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stress and pain

Is Stress a Pain in Your Neck? 4 Ways to Wind Down For Neck Pain Relief

According to the American Psychological Association, 75% of adults reported experiencing moderate to high levels of stress in the past month, and since stress and pain are closely linked, it’s no wonder that neck pain is the number three source of chronic pain and that more than 25% of us are affected by it. How can stress contribute to neck pain, and how can you reduce stress to find neck pain relief?

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find migraine relief

5 Simple Resolutions for a Migraine-Free New Year

Over 40% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions by the time the ball drops every December, and most of them involve a desire to improve one’s health. If you’re one of the more than 37 million that suffer from migraine episodes annually, your commitment may involve adopting habits that will support your body in finding headache relief. Although there is no one-stop fix for every trigger, the following coping strategies may help you find some migraine relief this year.

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monsoon pain

Why a Monsoon Might Stir Up More Than a Haboob

If you go to bed soon after eating the kind of large meal that quickly breaks down into sugar, the headache you wake up with probably isn’t monsoon-related.

But if you notice that during monsoon season – defined as between June 15 and Sept. 30 since 2008 – there’s a marked connection between your headaches and/or joint pain increasing when those severe storms are about to occur, there quite possibly is a link.

Monsoon season doesn’t usher in host of new patients, but we definitely note a tendency to see more of our existing patients at this time of year.

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