5 Tips for a Healthy Spine

5 Tips for a Healthy Spine 

Many things you can do to improve the overall health of your spine involve practicing better body mechanics, posture, and the way you complete daily tasks and activities. 

  • Improve your Posture 
  • Sleep Tight, Sleep Right 
  • Strengthen your Core 
  • Lift Properly 
  • Maintain a Healthy Weight 
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6 Questions Everyone Should Ask Their Chiropractor

If you've never seen a chiropractor before, you probably have a lot of questions.

There are many misconceptions about chiropractic care, so it's important to have a firm understanding of what chiropractic care actually is before you start your treatment.

The best way to get that understanding is to ask your chiropractor. No one will know more about chiropractic care than they will, and they would be glad to answer any and all questions.

Communication will be critical during your first appointment with them.

Not only will you have questions for them, but they'll have questions for you.

Your chiropractor will need information about your symptoms and what's troubling you so they can be sure to deliver the desired results.

By asking the right questions, you and your chiropractor will be able to work well together to achieve the same goals.

If you're ready to visit your chiropractor for the first time, here are six questions you should ask your chiropractor during your appointment.

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Are Chiropractors Real Doctors?

A Comprehensive Look at Chiropractors

Chiropractic care is widely considered the first holistic medicine because it focuses on treating the whole person, not just the affected area of the body. 

Unfortunately because of its holistic roots, there are people who question whether chiropractors are real doctors not.

Chiropractors are legitimate doctors, and we will explore why in the article below.

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Unfortunately, the question of whether or not chiropractors are legitimate doctors is one that still has to be answered today.

In the world of medicine, chiropractic care, or the practice of treating musculoskeletal injuries, seems to hover in somewhat of a grey area.

It lingers somewhere between standard health care and alternative medicine.

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Fix Acid Reflux Disease With Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic Care and How It Can Help With Acid Reflux

Studies show that an abnormal curvature of the spine combined with back muscle weakness can have a substantial effect on the development of acid reflux.

With chiropractic care, the curvature of the spine can return to its normal state and reduce or help eliminate acid reflux symptoms.

With the blog, we discuss acid reflux, the causes, and how to help this condition with chiropractic care therapies.

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Did you know that acid reflux is one of the top health-related internet search queries and is a common condition among millions of Americans?

It is becoming more and more prevalent throughout the world, especially affecting middle-aged and the older segment of the population.

Shockingly, even pediatric populations are developing GERD symptoms at an appalling rate. Failing to properly treat GERD symptoms or can lead to ulcers and esophageal cancer.  

Related post: The Difference Between a Chiropractor and a Massage Therapist

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10 Signs That You Should Go See a Chiropractor

10 Symptoms That Tell You To Go To The Chiropractor

Most people know it is time to see a chiropractor if they are experiencing back pain. However, there are other signs that should not be ignored. 

In this blog, we discuss ten signs that tell you to go see a chiropractor as soon as possible.

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There are many people who will wait to see a chiropractor until something terrible has happened or they can hardly bear the pain symptoms they are feeling. 

Many people only think to see a chiropractor when something has gone wrong instead of seeing one as a way to prevent something from going wrong in the first place. 

But, If you Don't See a Chiropractor Now, You'll Hate Yourself Later.

There are many benefits to be gained by getting chiropractic care that can dramatically improve one's physical and emotional well-being by eliminating chronic pain.

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Why See A Chiropractic Doctor After A Personal Injury Accident?

Do I Need to See a Chiropractor After a Personal Injury Accident?

As an injured victim of a personal injury accident, your top priority should be seeking quality medical treatment at a chiropractic clinic.

Chiropractors treat 33% of all accident victims, which is appropriate because most accidents result in injuries like whiplash, soft tissue injuries, musculoskeletal injuries, and cervical, thoracic and lumbar strains and sprains.

Visiting a chiropractic doctor who specializes in car crash injury treatments will improve your joint mobility and decrease the chance of suffering from long-term soft tissue damage.

In this blog, we review personal injuries and why seeing a Chiropractor is the best course of action following your accident.

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As an injured victim of a personal injury accident, your top priority should be seeking quality medical treatment at a chiropractic clinic, and the second should be making sure your bills get paid.

The cost of treatment should never be a factor or sway your decision to get the medical help you need for your injuries. You should never be held responsible for your medical bills when you did not cause the accident. 

Choosing the right chiropractor for treatment can influence the outcome of your physical well being, financial compensation, and overall personal injury claim.

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The History of Chiropractic Care

The History of Chiropractic Care

Are you interested in learning about the start of chiropractic care?

You're in luck!

In this blog, we take a look back at how and when chiropractic care was started.

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Chiropractic is now a widely recognized health care profession known for the treatment and healing of pain in a drug-free manner.

However, many people do not know the history of chiropractic care.

Who Performed the First Chiropractic Adjustment? 

While there are some slight variations in the story, it is known for certain that Daniel David (DD) Palmer performed the first chiropractic adjustment on Harvey Lillard.

DD Palmer believed in many natural healing philosophies and considered the body a machine that could be manipulated in ways to cure itself without the use of drugs. 

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What’s the Difference Between a Chiropractor and a Physical Therapist?

What is a Chiropractor and How Are They Different From a Physical Therapist?

With all of these different medical and doctoral positions, it can be confusing as to the differences between a few of them.

Another common question is Will your personal injury claim cover chiropractic care?

In this blog, we dive into the differences between a chiropractor and a physical therapist.

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The first step to getting relief from your pain involves you making a decision on what type of medical professional you are going to see.

To make this decision, it is important to understand the difference between Chiropractic care and Physical Therapy. 

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The Differences Between a Chiropractor and a Massage Therapist

Should I Go See A Chiropractor or Massage Therapist? 

Understanding the drastic differences between Chiropractic Care and Massage Therapy may help you determine what type of treatment you require recovering. Even though Chiropractors and Massage Therapists use hands-on treatment to help with patient recovery, their differences are significant. 

There are many different ailments that a chiropractor can treat. Here are 6 ailments you did not know a chiropractor could treat

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How To Get The Most Out Of Your Chiropractic Care

Going to the Chiropractor a couple of times a week or once a week is probably necessary if you have been in an accident. However, once you have finished treatment, it may be difficult to find the time and money to continue the same regiment. 

But getting adjusted feels great and is great for your health and your muscle memory can end up pulling your joints back out of alignment leaving your spine to settle back into its old pattern.

Related post: How will I know if I need to see a chiropractor?

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