Massage Therapy For A Shoulder Injury

Posted on: 6 August 2020

Dealing with a chronic shoulder injury may have become part of your 'norm', but are you compromising the quality of your life because of it? If you are tired of enduring a loss of motion in your upper arm and shoulder area and have decided to consult with a chiropractor, massage therapy sessions could be one of the treatment suggestions that is posed to you. Learn more about how massage therapy can help, prepare for your initial session, and be mindful of what you can expect. [Read More]

Drug-Free Auto Accident Treatment Options

Posted on: 21 October 2019

If you sustained injuries in a car accident, then your doctor may have prescribed pain medications. While prescription drugs can help ease your pain, they may cause drowsiness, dizziness, digestive problems, double vision, and confusion. You may be unable to drive or concentrate on your work after taking your medications. Because of this, consider drug-free chiropractic auto accident treatment options. Medications can only work for so long and they only mask your pain symptoms, however, correcting your musculoskeletal injuries through chiropractic care may realign your spine to bring you permanent relief. [Read More]

Chiropractors Could Improve Mental Attitudes For Injured Commercial Artists

Posted on: 10 July 2019

Pain is often more than merely physical. Chronic pain sometimes creates "psychological hindrances," as well. The old "I don't feel like getting out of bed in the morning" attitude comes into play when aches and pains impact the body with every movement. At some point, pain-induced lethargy may undermine someone's ability to earn a living. For a freelance commercial artist, the risk of losing clients looms as work goes undone. Finances also head into debt territory when you are unable to work enough projects to pay bills. [Read More]

How Can Your Chiropractor Treat Sciatic Pain?

Posted on: 8 April 2019

If you suffer from sciatic pain, you know that the aching and pins-and-needles pain in your lower back and hips can be debilitating. Taking pain relievers helps, but only in the short-term. Stretching on your own may provide some relief, but not a lot. A good alternative is to visit the chiropractor. There are a number of treatments they can use to relieve pressure on your sciatic nerve and help ease your symptoms over time. [Read More]