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Does My C-Section Baby Need To See A Chiropractor?

Does My C-Section Baby Need To See A Chiropractor?

Does a C-section baby need chiropractic treatment? How does a chiropractor treat newborn babies? Should you consider treatments after your C-section? If you are wondering whether your newly born C-section baby would benefit from chiropractic treatment, you may be unsure how the process works. To help you better understand, we have put together a short guide that answers your questions and provides better peace of mind.… Read the rest

Is it Normal to be in Pain After Seeing a Chiropractor?

Is it Normal to be in Pain After Seeing a Chiropractor?

If you have experienced pain or discomfort after your chiropractor visit, you may be wondering whether this is normal. Responses to chiropractic treatments can differ between patients, ranging from a huge sense of relief or even mood elevation all the way to aches and stiffness. In the majority of cases, many patients will feel some discomfort for about 24 hours after a chiropractic adjustment.… Read the rest

How Can Chiropractors Assist Marathon Runners?

How Can Chiropractors Assist Marathon Runners?

While there is no doubt that chiropractic treatment helps those with back pain, seeing a chiropractor for runners can not only help treat pain or injury but also improve performance. Sports injuries can often lead to spinal misalignment. As a high impact sports, running can lead to damaged muscles, pinched nerves and even skeletal system damage in extreme cases.… Read the rest

How Do Chiropractic Adjustments Work?

How Do Chiropractic Adjustments Work?

Performed by trained, qualified chiropractors, chiropractic adjustments are specialised treatments that apply controlled force to a spinal joint. This treatment is sometimes also known as spinal manipulation. The aim of the treatment is to get a greater level of motion within the spine. It can also have a number of surprising benefits that relate to other parts of the body too, from stomach cramps to ear infections.… Read the rest

Dry Needling: What to Expect

Dry Needling: What to Expect

If you have been experiencing pain in certain parts of your body, your chiropractor may recommend dry needling. What exactly can you expect from this procedure and what do you need to know to prepare yourself beforehand? In this guide, we take a look at dry needling to see how (and why) it is used as a chiropractic treatment.… Read the rest

Avoiding running injuries

Avoiding running injuries

Running is a very popular pastime around the world. Just in the US it is estimated that 40 million people are running regularly. Unfortunately statistics also show that around half of all runners will have a significant injury every year. Some studies say 60-80%! And a high percentage of people are running marathons with injuries.… Read the rest

12 Reasons to See a Chiropractor

12 Reasons to See a Chiropractor

In a rush? Here’s a summary…

Top 12 Reasons to See a Chiropractor

  • Severe Back Pain
  • Chronic Neck Pain
  • Tingling Sensations
  • Headaches
  • Chronic Fatigue
  • Trouble Sleeping
  • Increased Stress
  • Vehicular Injuries
  • Sports Injuries
  • Menstrual Problems
  • Arthritis & Joint Pains
  • Bowel Irregularities

Chiropractic care involves the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of musculoskeletal disorders that often affect the nervous system and overall health.… Read the rest

The Cholesterol Myth

The Cholesterol Myth

What is cholesterol?

Cholesterol is a fat-like substance which is a major component in the cell membranes of animals. This means it is essential for the life of each cell in our bodies. For this reason the body does not just rely on us getting cholesterol from our diet but each cell makes its own cholesterol.… Read the rest

Solving the ADD/ADHD puzzle

Solving the ADD/ADHD puzzle

The Scope of the problem

About 11% of American children aged 4-17 have been diagnosed with ADHD1 and other studies show that worldwide percentages are probably about the same if the similar diagnostic criteria are used.2,3

The typical age of diagnosis is 7 and males are 3 times as likely as girls to be diagnosed.… Read the rest