Why Do I have to Come Back?
There is a long and short answer to this very common chiropractic question. Let me paint for you this image. A 35 year old mother of 4 kids, comes into my office with neck stiffness, pain in the neck and right shoulder, and she can’t turn her head to the right side. The only reason […]Read more
Family doctors are adding chiropractors to the practice
“If you can’t beat ’em, join ’em.” A recent report from the UK, shows that British family medicine doctors are learning the benefits of chiropractic manipulation skills and adding chiropractors to their general practices to help patients with back and muscle pain. That’s fantastic! The big winners will be the patients. They will be able […]Read more
Swayback- a Chronic Low Back Pain
When considering chronic lower back pain as a disease instead of an re-injury, there are a few conditions one considers. A recent blog post outlines this idea. Hyperlordosis, also known as Swayback, is one such disease process. In a normal healthy spine, certain gravity lines are expected. A gravity line is an imaginary line that […]Read more
What is your St George Chiropractor Doing?
I was working on a patient yesterday and she mentioned how my treatment style was so different from her last chiropractor. She has been seeing another St George chiropractor, but was referred to my office because she was not getting relief at the other office. I asked her what was different. “Well, you took x-rays,” […]Read more
Exercise vs Chiropractic for Cervicogenic Headache
One very common complaint following a whiplash injury is Cervicogenic headache. Those are the headaches which start in the back of the head, usually in the early afternoon. The pain spreads up and over the side of the head, and rests near the back of the eye. Usually the headaches are helped temporarily helped by […]Read more
Chiropractic care help myofascial pain
This past few weeks I have seen an increase in the number of chronic myofascial pain syndromes. I thought I take a few minutes and describe the conditions and what chiropractic can do the help alleviate the pain. Chronic myofascial pain is a common pain condition, and its more and more people are developing the […]Read more
Radicular Nerve Pain
When nerves get irritated or pinched, those nerves can radiate pain. The pain can be felt far from the source of pain. A nerve can be pinched as it exits the spine, and the pain can be felt down the arm and into the hand. This process is called Radicular Nerve Pain. A good St […]Read more
Immediate Chiropractic Treatment for Whiplash Supported by Research
Seek Chiropractic Care for Your Whiplash Immediately When you have experienced a car crash, you may have suffered a whiplash injury. But the signs and symptoms of the Whiplash Associated Disorder (WAD) may not show up immediately. So how long should you wait before you seek treatment? You might be tempted to wait a week […]Read more