3 Holistic Solutions For Treating Chronic Back Pain

Lights aches and back pain from time to time are normal, especially as you age or after experiencing any injury. Actually, an estimated 31 million Americans suffer from lower back pain at any given point in time. Many individuals living with this pain will undergo invasive procedures to find relief. Or, they make take prescription pain relievers daily to help manage their discomfort. These procedures, injections, surgeries, and medications may be somewhat effective, but they are invasive, dangerous, and addictive for many patients. [Read More]

Three Ways A Chiropractor Can Help You With Back Pain Management

There is a lot of talk these days about doctors over-prescribing opioids for pain. If you suffer from back pain, you may already be using one of these medications. However, there is a tendency for a person to develop a tolerance to them. The solution to this problem is pain management. There are many tools that you can use to keep your pain to a level that is tolerable, or in many cases, you can eliminate the pain for long periods of time. [Read More]

Some Things You Can Do To Treat A Migraine Headache

Dealing with a migraine can be debilitating. It can make you feel as though you can't do anything else and that your life must be put on hold for a time. This is incredibly frustrating if you get chronic headaches. Luckily, there are treatments that can be done for migraines without the constant use of medicine. Here are some natural ways that you can relieve the pain of headaches and migraines. [Read More]

Do You Have TMJ Dysfunction? How Chiropractic Work Can Help

A TMJ disorder, or dysfunction, occurs when your temporomandibular joints—the joints that connect your jaws to your skull—become inflamed. If you have pain or soreness in your jaw, hear clicking noises when opening your mouth, have difficulty eating/talking, or have headaches and/or sore neck muscles, you may have this problem. Read on to learn more about TMJ dysfunction and how to treat it. What Causes TMJ Dysfunction? Sometimes a cause is never discovered by your doctor—you may have the problem simply because of how your teeth, bones, and ligaments are shaped and positioned. [Read More]