3 Natural Remedies That Your Chiropractor May Recommend

Posted on: 8 October 2018

If you have back problems, you may have visited a chiropractor for a spinal adjustment. While this is one of the most common chiropractic treatments, there are other natural remedies and lifestyle treatments that your chiropractor may recommend. Here are three natural remedies that your chiropractor may recommend for various health conditions and how they work to relieve symptoms: Magnesium Your chiropractor may suggest that you consume more magnesium-rich foods if you suffer from back pain, including almonds, avocados, dark chocolate, and spinach. [Read More]

Don't Let Ankylosing Spondylitis Keep You from Living Your Life

Posted on: 18 July 2018

The teenage years and 20s are when people make career choices based on their interests and availability to continuing education. Sometimes, however, medical conditions can limit the possibilities of one's career choices, such as back pain and stiffness. If you are a young man in your teens or 20s and experiencing pain and stiffness in your back, you may have a condition called ankylosing spondylitis, which is a type of arthritis. [Read More]

Three Methods To Help Diminish Neck Pain Between Chiropractic Adjustments

Posted on: 28 September 2016

If you suffer from ongoing neck pain, seeing your chiropractor for regular adjustments should help. But what can you do to ease the pain between appointments? Here are a few suggestions. Epsom salt soaks  Epsom salts are salts of magnesium and sulfate ions. When they're dissolved in water, the magnesium ions can be absorbed through the skin and into the muscles, where they help alleviate inflammation and reduce muscle stiffness. It's hard to soak your neck in Epsom salts as you would a foot or hand, so try preparing a pan of Epsom salt water (just a handful of salts in a gallon or so of warm water will do). [Read More]

About To Start Remodeling Your Home? See A Chiropractor Beforehand

Posted on: 28 September 2016

Hiring a remodeling company allows you to sit back and relax while your home gets altered. But, when you are interested in taking matters into your own hands to keep your spending down, you will have a lot of physical activity ahead of you. It is important not to overstrain your body as this could lead to serious medical problems that not only slow down or stop the remodel completely, but can be costly as well. [Read More]