The Benefits of Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy

The Benefits of Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy

More and more pregnant women are seeking chiropractic care to combat the many aches and pain associated with pregnancy. Some of the most common pregnancy-related ailments chiropractors treat are back pain, headaches, pubic bone pain, rib misplacement and sacroiliac pain-pain that begins in the lower back and hip and radiates down the leg.

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Good Posture Helps to Prevent Pinched Nerves

Early Intervention Key to Successful Treatment of Pinched Nerve

A pinched nerve can be an extremely painful condition. Initial symptoms include things like a burning sensation, muscle spasms, numbness or weakness in the arms or legs, and pain that radiates through the neck or lower back.

While chiropractic treatment can treat a pinched nerve and help alleviate the painful symptoms that accompany it, the best course of action is to avoid one in the first place. One of the best ways to do that is to use correct posture.

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Care for a Pinched Nerve

A pinched nerve occurs when there is pressure on a nerve from surrounding bone or soft tissues. If you suspect you have a pinched nerve, the last thing you should do is take a “wait-and-see” approach. Even if you are experiencing only mild pain, it is important to get it checked out as soon as possible.

Signs & Symptoms of Pinched Nerves in the Arm & Neck

Signs & Symptoms of Pinched Nerves in the Arm & Neck

Everyone suffers from periodic aches and pains, but a pinched nerve is more than that-it also has its own unique set of symptoms.

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Early Intervention Key to Successful Treatment of Pinched Nerve

Early Intervention Key to Successful Treatment of Pinched Nerve

A pinched nerve is an extremely painful condition. Sometimes referred to as nerve compression, it occurs when there is pressure on a nerve from surrounding bone or soft tissues.

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How to Get a Good Night’s Sleep and Wake Up Free from Back Pain

How to Get a Good Night's Sleep and Wake Up Free from Back Pain

Getting a good night’s sleep is essential to your overall health. Back pain in the morning usually means that you didn’t sleep well the night before. This leads to more than just a sore back, it leads to a lower quality of life in general.

In its article, Five Sleep Tips for Back Pain, WebMD offers some practical advice for getting a restful night’s sleep. Best of all, these tips will allow you to wake up ready to take on the world-instead of wondering how you will get through the day.

So what are the keys to a good sleep? According to WebMD, they are as follows: Read more

How to Prevent Morning Back Pain and Stiffness

Nothing is worse than getting a full night’s sleep only to wake up with a sore back that makes getting out of bed a chore. Unfortunately, this is what many people go through every single day. Thankfully, this isn’t something you have to live with and there are ways to improve your situation.

Woke Up with Back Pain? Here Are 10 Things You Must Do Next

Woke Up with Back Pain? Here Are 10 Things You Must Do Next

There are several things that can cause morning back pain. Identifying what the cause of your pain is may be the first step in preventing it.
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Overcoming Morning Back Pain and Stiffness

If you find it difficult to get out of bed in the morning because of back pain and stiffness, you are not alone. Ask most health care providers and they will tell you that stiffness in the lower back upon waking up in the morning is one of the most common complaints they hear from their patients.

In almost all cases, waking up to a stiff back does not indicate a serious health issue. However, while such pain is common, it doesn’t mean that it is normal or something that an individual should just have to live with. Thankfully, they won’t have to if they get to the root of the problem.

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Raking Leaves is a Real Workout So Make Sure You Have a Game Plan

Raking Leaves is a Real Workout So Make Sure You Have a Game Plan
Getting the yard cleared of leaves is a lot of work. So why is it people don’t take the proper precautions to make sure that they don’t injure themselves while doing this yearly chore?

The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette talks about the importance of doing just that in their article, Rake Up Leaves Safely: It’s a Workout. The article includes several tips to help prevent back injuries while raking. These include: Read more

Why Raking Leaves Can Be a Real Pain in the Neck and the Back

Autumn is upon us and nature’s grandeur is on full display. The colors are changing and the leaves are drifting to the ground. There is nothing better than soaking in the season—until you find yourself unable to stand or walk because you injured your back while raking.

What began as a crisp, glorious fall day ends with you on the couch unable to move and in a lot of pain. If you want your yard to look good and save your back at the same time, here are some things to keep in mind before you head out to rake your lawn: Read more

Welcome to my site

My journey to chiropractic all started when I was 6 years old.  I suffered from severe migraines and went through many different tests to see what was causing them. I tried many different medications and treatments for my migraine cure, but nothing gave me relief. Then one day someone recommended I go see a chiropractor. After going through a treatment plan with the chiropractor, my migraines were completely gone. Once they were gone I continued getting regular chiropractic care to keep my body functioning properly.

A little about me, I was raised on a ranch outside the small town of Comstock, NE. Wrestling was a huge part of my life. When I wasn’t helping on the ranch I was busy going to school and traveling to wrestling tournaments. I wrestled throughout my elementary, middle school and high school years.

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