This weeks Topics Are: Chiropractic and #Pregnancy, Cervical #Herniation, Low Level #Laser,Aerobic #Exercise, and #Sacroiliac Joint Problems Post 1) Chiropractic treatments for pregnant women suffering from lower back pain has a very high success rate and can be combined with other treatments that do not include adding medications into the system. http://www.spine-health.com/conditions/pregnancy-and-back-pain/treatments-low-back-pain-during-pregnancy Post 2) When a… Read More This weeks Spine Health Chiropractic Posts: Chiropractic and #Pregnancy, Cervical #Herniation, Low Level #Laser,Aerobic #Exercise, and #Sacroiliac Joint Problems
Post 1) #Exercise and #chiropractic care go hand in hand as part of a comprehensive treatment plan to back or neck recovery. http://www.spine-health.com/treatment/chiropractic/exercise-and-chiropractic-therapy Post 2) When someone is suffering from #sciatic #pain, the first treatments should be heat or ice, chiropractic manipulations, massage, medications, and acupuncture, followed by exercises. http://www.spine-health.com/conditions/sciatica/sciatica-treatment Post 3) Back pain patients… Read More This weeks posts exercise and chiropractic, sciatic treatment, and review of adjustable beds
Exercise is an element found in almost every back and neck pain treatment plan. Proper exercise can improve flexibility, increase strength, reduce existing pain and prevent future occurrences. It can be used successfully alone in certain cases or in conjunction with other treatments. However, exercise isn’t easy and it’s important for back pain patients to… Read More IS EXERCISE THE KEY TO BEATING BACK PAIN?
There is anything refreshing than taking your canine out for a walk on a crisp spring morning. However, what begins as some good for you” gentle exercise can leave you feeling just a little sore as well as injured. At few other time would you consider completing a lively movement including throwing a ball so… Read More Chiropractor dog walking guide
Golf is a sport that is prone to injury. No mater how long you have been involved in the sport the more likely it is that you will injure yourself. It is most likely reason for injuring your self is inappropriately swing the golf club. Professional golfers commonly injure the wrist, followed by the back, hand, shoulder,… Read More Understanding Golf Injuries and How to Prevent Them
Other Posts: Golf; Shoulder Streching; Swimming; Exercises Chiropractic plays a larger role in the health and performance of many athletes. Today, coaches and colleges as well as a number of Olympians include chiropractic care as part of their training regiment. Chiropractors are considered part of the team. Chiropractic care is over 100 years and plays… Read More Injuries and Sports
Avoiding a rotator cuff injury Front of the Shoulder Stretch: Pector Elongator Maintaining open, fluid movement in the front of the shoulder during swimming will decrease compression in the joint. With biking and running, the shoulder tends to rotate inward and lift up toward the ear. This same movement in swimming will add to tension… Read More Shoulder Stretching Routine
I have been involved with swimming for over 30 years as both a swimmer and coach. It has been my experience over the years that the repetitive injures common to swimming respond very favourably to traditional chiropractic care and I only wish I had known of the benefits of chiropractic care 30 years ago. According… Read More Swimming and Chiropractic