“A recent case study describes the role of chiropractic and conservative treatments in managing a vascular disorder called Paget-Schroetter Syndrome.” according to Chironexus. There are several case studies reviewed in this article but it is not a surprises to me to find this out. I have spent over a decade treating patients in my Kingston Wilkes Barre practice and I know the power of chiropractic. The chiropractic adjustment doesn’t just treat the muscles and joints but has a direct effect on the central nervous system and an effect on the the circulatory system. As a matter of fact the entire profession of Osteopathy was founded on the effect’s of joint manipulation on the circulatory system and the roots of chiropractic are based on the effect of the adjustment on the central nervous system so these are not new concepts.
To find out more read the story here: http://www.chironexus.net/2013/07/paget-schroetter-syndrome-most-common-vascular-disorder-in-athletes/?client=
By: Paul R. Mahler Jr. DC
Low back pain is one of the most common conditions in the U.S., affecting approximately 80% of adults. Low back pain ranges in intensity, frequency, and duration, and may include leg pain and other symptoms as well.
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Each Year, millions of people experience neck pain due to injury or spine conditions. A detailed patient health history and a through description of the injury and /or pain are the first steps in designing a treatment plan to relive neck pain. There are several types of neck pain acute, and chronic and the common causes are soft tissue damage, cervical disc herniation, cervical degenerative disc disease, osteoarthritis, and cervical stenosis.
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Ginger and Turmeric added to your diet may drastically decrease inflammation in your body. The Research is still ongoing but these appear to be powerful anti-inflammatory with very low side effects if any. Systemic inflammation is one of the major causes of modern heath problems from arthritis to diabetes to heart disease. Make your meals taste great and your body heal well with just slight changes to your seasonings.
Three Reasons to Eat Turmeric: by Dr. Weil a must read.
Dr. Paul R. Mahler
Mahler family Chiropractic Center Kingston and Wilkes Barre PA.