Dr. Harry Brown Sr.

Dr. Harry W. Brown, D.C., a native of Atlanta, Georgia and graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic opened his first Chiropractor Office in Savannah, Georgia in 1977. His commitment and caring dedication to his patients was instantly recognized in the community. In 1979, Dr. Harry W. Brown, D.C. moved back to his home in Atlanta and opened his second Chiropractic Office in Jonesboro, Georgia. Through a commitment to the highest levels of patient care, Arrowhead quickly became the largest Chiropractic facility in Georgia.
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Chronic Back Pain and Cannabis | What The Research Says

Cannabis and Back Pain

There have been a number of studies that seem to back up the claims for cannabis and back pain treatments.

While medical cannabis is only legal in 30 states and Washington D.C., research has shown over a period of time that individuals with Chronic Back Pain experience significant pain symptom reduction while using medical cannabis.

In this blog, we tackle to the topic of cannabis and its relation to back pain relief.

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Breaking Down Cannabis and Chronic Back Pain

Chronic back pain can be one of the most debilitating conditions an individual can encounter; there are very few daily activities that do not involve some kind of movement or even bracing of your back.

Living with Chronic Back Pain can leave you feeling frustrated, incapable, and at times, downright depressed.

The situation can look particularly bleak if you are unable to find any relief for your pain from more traditional medicines and techniques.

Fortunately, there may be another solution your doctor might have missed out on telling you about that may help with your chronic back pain. Cannabis and back pain relief are being strongly linked and the findings look promising.

This article will give you all of the relevant information you might need to know about medical cannabis and back pain to help you make an informed choice about trying it for yourself.

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Do I Need to Call the Police After a Car Wreck? Why?

Why You Should Always Call the Police After a Car Accident

If anyone is injured, or there is damage to your vehicle, it is important to contact the police and have them come out to the scene to create an official police report.

When giving your statement to an officer, explain in detail how the accident occurred, but never admit fault for the crash.

When there is an injury or physical damage to the vehicle has occurred as a result of the collision, it is necessary to have the accident properly documented for insurance purposes and also to protect your legal rights incase of a lawsuit. 

If you've been injured in a car accident, it's important to contact a car accident chiropractor

In this blog, we take a look at six steps to keep in mind immediately after being involved in a car accident.

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Car Accidents cause immediate stress and can be extremely scary.

Nobody is ever prepared for a motor vehicle collision to occur. In order to determine whether or not the police need to be called, you need to remain calm and assess the situation carefully. 

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6 Tips For Choosing The Best Chiropractor

6 Helpful Tips for Choosing a Chiropractor

If you are in the process of looking for a new Chiropractor Near You, you are probably interested in any helpful hints and tips for choosing the best one.

In this blog, we discuss six helpful tips for choosing the best chiropractor and why these tips work!

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If you are looking for a health care provider that promotes healing without medications or surgery, choosing Chiropractic Care may be the right fit for you.

In the field of Chiropractic Care, our main focus in on the cause of your problem.

Here's a little bit about The History of Chiropractic Care 

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Correcting Your Cervical Lordosis Can Prevent Whiplash and Neck Injuries

Unfortunately, many of us suffer injuries after being involved in a car accident or motor vehicle collision. Whether suffering minor or serious injuries both can be debilitating causing lasting health issues and future complications. 

The most common injury resulting from auto crashes are known as "Whiplash Injuries." The sudden force from an accident causes your head to jolt instantly in a  backward, forwards, or side to side motion.

Texting and driving remain on the rise causing more and more distracted drivers on the roadways. Despite our efforts to drive cautiously and defensively, there will always be motor vehicle collisions and dangerous drivers. In the event of a crash, being prepared and developing a plan is key to recovering healthy and quickly.

If you would like to learn more about whiplash, check out our blog post 4 Facts About Whiplash Injuries.      

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How You Can Take Care Of Your Back Pain After A Car Accident

Back Pain Is Very Common After A Car Accident

Car accidents are traumatic for the human body. Collisions, even at low speeds, can cause a number of injuries including brain or a whiplash injury, damage to muscles and ligaments, or soft tissue injuries.

However, back Injuries are one of the most prevalent types of injuries after being in a car accident. The spine is a very complex structure, and it is not built to withstand the impact of a Car Accident.

The impact strains the ligaments and muscles in the back, can cause muscle spasms, and the joints bear the brunt of the force which can cause tearing of the tissues and broken bones.

Here's How to Protect Yourself in a Hit-and-Run Accident.

Many back injuries that occur during a car accident are in need of immediate attention, in some cases surgery may even be required. 

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