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Here’s How Chiropractic Helps Personal Injuries
Here’s How Chiropractic Helps Personal Injuries

  Personal injuries happen – quite often. We’ve previously covered personal injury and worker’s compensation chiropractic care and how you can seek chiropractic care for these injuries. However, some personal injuries occur more often than others. So, let’s explore how [...]

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How Chiropractic Can Reduce Arthritis Pain
How Chiropractic Can Reduce Arthritis Pain

  Are you wondering how chiropractic can reduce arthritis pain? You’re not alone. Millions of people suffer from arthritis. Though common, arthritis is often misunderstood. This disease, with its painful joint inflammation, swelling, and stiffness, usually rears its head during [...]

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How Can Chiropractic Help Vertigo?
How Can Chiropractic Help Vertigo?

Industrial medicine can’t fix vertigo – but can chiropractic help vertigo? In general, yes. It can. But, before we get into exactly how chiropractic helps vertigo, let’s look at what it is.   Vertigo is a common condition that makes [...]

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How Can Chiropractic Help Scoliosis?
How Can Chiropractic Help Scoliosis?

Experts estimate that 9 million Americans currently have scoliosis. Diagnosed typically in early childhood, scoliosis is abnormal curvature of the spine. It is distinctly characterized by uneven shoulders, raised hips, or rib misalignment. However, there is no “cure” for scoliosis, [...]

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How to Choose Your Chiropractor
How to Choose Your Chiropractor

Chiropractic care involves many different techniques, and it can be hard to know how to choose your chiropractor. After all, your chiropractor will be physically performing adjustments on you with the goal of helping you reach optimal health. For that [...]

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What Can Chiropractic Do for Text Neck?
What Can Chiropractic Do for Text Neck?

In our digital age, there is a distinct new condition that is plaguing many people, especially millennials. Dubbed “text neck,” this condition is responsible not only for poor posture, but pain in the upper neck, back, and possibly even disc [...]

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