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Dr. Edward Lewis DC

Dr. Lewis completed his bachelor's degree in exercise science at Saint Augustine's University in Raleigh North Carolina. He attended Life University and received his doctoral degree in chiropractic December 2008. Dr. Lewis puts more emphasis on helping patients to restore their full quality of health from chiropractic and nutritional standpoint. He is certified to perform a procedure called manipulation under anesthesia to restore spinal neurological dysfunction and extremity flexibility. His mission is to allow God to use his gifts, talents, and abilities to help others increase the quality of their lives spiritually and naturally.
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Knee Injuries After A Car Accident

Being involved in a Car Accident may cause the victims Knees to obtain direct, blunt impact from the car door, steering wheel, or another obstacle. This is not an uncommon injury to occur after being in a car accidenthowever, it is usually overlooked.

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What To Do After Being In A Car Accident

Being involved in a car accident can be overwhelming.

In addition to the mental and physical trauma that can be caused, most people have an abundance of questions and no idea what to do next.

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Questions To Ask An Accident Injury Doctor

Questions to Ask Your Accident Injury Doctor 

Immediately following a car accident can be frenetic but it is critical to keep calm when you arrive at the hospital or doctor's office to receive medical treatment. Make sure your doctor knows that you have just been in a car accident. Knowing this information will improve their ability to treat you as well as develop any evidence that can be used for a personal injury case. 

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How to Easily Improve Your Posture at Work

Poor posture can be caused by habits of day to day activities such as carrying a purse, slouching when walking, driving for extended periods of time, holding small children, and sitting in front of a computer screen all day. If you work in an office and use a computer, you can avoid bad posture by sitting in the right position and making sure your desk is in the correct place.

Here is a list of some simple things you can do to improve your posture at work:

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Common Causes of Neck Pain

Neck Pain

Neck pain can be associated with any discomfort in the neck. It may range from stiffness in the muscles to severe pain. The pain can spread to your upper back, shoulders and your head. Any movement may be limited, usually more to one side than the other. Neck pain can refer to pain that is anywhere from the base of the skull into the shoulders. 

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Common Car Accident Injuries

Car Accident Injuries 

Car Accidents can be the cause of a numerous amount of different injuries, to any part of the body. Depending on the circumstances of the crash and the severity of the impact, Car Accidents can cause far-reaching injuries or even death. Most victims of car accidents sustain impact injuries from slamming into a part of the vehicle. There are injuries that can occur from minor car accidents that may take a few weeks to become apparent.  

Here is a list of some of the most common car accident injuries: 

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The Top 4 Foods that Fight Inflammation

Fighting Inflammation with Food

Doctors and people alike are learning that traditional NSAIDs are not the only way to fight inflammation caused by injury.

Many professionals are turning to more holistic methods by providing nutritional protocols to help people reduce pain without damaging their internal organs .

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Talking to Your Kids About Safe Driving

Car accidents are one of the leading causes of death among young drivers.

With today’s cell phones, texting, reading emails while driving and many other distractions can lead to tragic consequences.

As a parent, you need to discuss the ramifications that can accompany in-car distractions.

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