Health Care Topics | Mar 7, 2014

America – Overworked, Overpaid?

The phrase “work hard, play hard” is an aphorism that has lost its truth. Americans are determined, hard working people who believe in the value of a dollar and the power of an honest days work. What’s unfortunate, is somewhere along the line jack forgot to play, and became “a dull boy” – or girl. What […]

General Chiropractic | Nov 19, 2013

The Chiropractic Approach to Diet and Exercise

The field of chiropractic is concerned with the nervous system and how it leads to our overall health and well being. In addition to keeping our nervous system healthy with chiropractic adjustments, it is also important to do so through proper diet and exercise. Fortunately, the chiropractic profession can provide importance guidance on these areas. […]

General Chiropractic | Sep 27, 2013

How Safe Are Chiropractic Adjustments?

Many patients who are new to the field of chiropractic care don’t know much about the practice. They may know that chiropractors use adjustments or manipulations in order to relieve joint and muscle pain, but they may be nervous before they walk in the door. However, many are left wondering exactly how safe chiropractic care […]

Car Accident Injuries | Aug 9, 2013

Common Mistakes When Dealing with Doctors after a Car Accident

Visiting a doctor after an auto accident injury is essential, as this information will be needed to prove your case in order to seek fair compensation. However, many people make mistakes when it comes to dealing with a Jonesboro third party doctor. Some of the more common mistakes to avoid when seeking medical treatment after […]

General Chiropractic | Jul 11, 2013

Treating Carpal Tunnel with Chiropractic

Carpal tunnel syndrome is known as a repetitive stress injury. When this injury occurs, it affects the median nerve that travels through the tunnel created by the wrist bones. Most commonly it is the dominant wrist that becomes injured, and symptoms may include numbness and pain in the fingers, weakness, shooting pains up the arm, […]

General Chiropractic | Jun 13, 2013

Chiropractic Care for Baby and Infant Colic Relief

Colic is a condition found in infants where a healthy baby seems to suffer and cry for no particular reason. This condition mostly begin within the first month of life and can last for a year. This condition is defined as three or more hours of crying per day for at least three consecutive days […]

Accident Recovery | May 28, 2013

Treating Hot and Cold Whiplash

In order to better understand whiplash, it is useful to divide it into two stages: hot whiplash and cold whiplash. Typically hot whiplash is more recent, inflamed, immobilized, or neurologically activated. Cold whiplash is usually older and restricted at the joint level. It is stubborn and affects deeper and denser tissue around the joints. Mixed […]

General Chiropractic | Apr 7, 2013

Simple Strengthening Exercises to Avoid Back Pain

Back pain is commonly experienced in sports-related injuries, and in the United States, it is one of the leading causes of disability. In many cases, a visit to a back pain chiropractor may be needed in order to provide relief from this pain. However, building up strength and endurance in your back can help to […]

General Chiropractic | Mar 19, 2013

Ways to Avoid Back Pain

Physical jobs are known to cause injuries, and more than 1/3rd of all disability claims come from warehouse workers and dockworkers. These kinds of jobs represent the heartbeat of commerce and trade. Workers are constantly on their feet, lifting heavy materials and put in an honest full days work. Unlike typical office jobs where an […]

General Chiropractic | Feb 7, 2013

Exposing Chiropractic Care Myths

There are numerous misconceptions regarding chiropractic care. Research has continued to reveal more information about this field, but many people still don’t entirely understand this type of treatment. This lack of information typically results in the development of misconceptions or myths regarding chiropractic care, and some of the most common myths are debunked below. People […]

General Chiropractic | Jan 25, 2013

Tips for Fall Prevention in Older Adults

Every year, nearly 10,000 senior citizens die due to injuries that they received form a fall. In addition, one out of three elderly Americans will experience a fall every year. As a person ages, their body goes through changes that make them more susceptible to falls, including changes in muscle mass, bone density, balance, and […]