Monthly Archives: April 2015

General Chiropractic | Apr 13, 2015

I Just Got Into a Car Accident in Jonesboro, What Should I Do Next?

The moments right after a car accident are scary and confusing. Simply finding what steps to take next can feel overwhelming. Then, on top of that confusion, you need to remember the laws and limits regarding car accidents in your state. Here are the next steps if you get into a car accident in Jonesboro. […]

General Chiropractic | Apr 14, 2015

Treating Kid’s Asthma with Chiropractic Care

Why Jonesboro asthma treatment for kids is different. Did you know… a 10 year old student in Jonesboro died of an asthma attack waiting for the bus home from school … because district policy forbade students from carrying Asthma inhalers. In response, the American Lung Association, Childrens Healthcare of Atlanta and the Georgia Department of […]

General Chiropractic | Apr 21, 2015

How To Find the Right Car Accident Doctor in Jonesboro, GA

Car accidents, even seemingly minor ones, often result in panic and confusion, and in that confusion, many people don’t realize that injuries from car accidents aren’t always immediately obvious. You may not think you need medical attention, but the only way to be sure is to be screened for injuries within 24 hours of the […]

General Chiropractic | Apr 24, 2015

8 Tips for Preventing Shoulder Injuries During Sports

As the days get longer and warmer the urge to get out and play, no matter how old or young you are, becomes stronger and stronger. So give in, it’s good for you! But, before you do, keep these 8 tips in mind to avoid doing something that could have you seeking shoulder injury treatment […]

General Chiropractic | Apr 29, 2015

Long Term Health Effects Of Whiplash When Untreated By A Chiropractor In Jonesboro

Whiplash is defined as damage to the soft tissues of the neck as a result of a sudden force that whips the head forward and backward. Most cases of whiplash will heal on their own, but in some cases serious problems arise as the years pass. There’s no definite way to know how severe a […]