Unusual Reasons For Back Pain

If you have ever had low back pain, you have probably attributed it for standing on your feet all day, twisting the wrong way, or straining a muscle. While these are some of the most common causes for back discomfort, there are other, less common reasons for your pain. Here are some unusual causes for a low backache and what you can do about them: Cystitis  If you have ever had cystitis, or a bladder infection, then you know how miserable one can be. [Read More]

3 Ways Therapeutic Massage Can Ease Neck Pain

If you have ever been involved in a motor vehicle accident, then you may have suffered significant neck pain. While prescription pain medications can help take the edge off your pain, they can cause serious adverse reactions and, in some cases, drug dependence. If you are seeking a safe, alternative method of auto accident treatment for your pain, consider making an appointment with your chiropractor to learn about the benefits of therapeutic massage. [Read More]

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]