Peptic ulcers are sores, craters, or lesions, either in the small intestine or the stomach. The term "peptic" comes from pepsin, an enzyme which works in... Read More
A recent chiropractic study found that spinal manipulation may improve the functioning of the immune system, even in patients who aren’t experiencing specific pain.
Researchers from the... Read More
Any sudden acceleration or deceleration of the human body that snaps the head and neck backward, forward, or to the side can seriously injure the neck's... Read More
Slipped sacroiliac joint. Doctors call it sacroiliac dysfunction. Either way it's a bizarre jumble of letters spelling painful low back trouble.
ANATOMY OF THE SACROILIAC JOINTS
The two... Read More
It doesn't take a charged event like an auto accident, a sports injury, or a fall on the stairs to bring on acute back pain and... Read More
Most bumps, falls, jolts, bangs, scrapes, sprains and strains that happen to a kid during a long, hot summer of vacation adventures don't cause any lasting... Read More
Over 30% of people in rear-end auto collisions will experience some kind of chronic pain. But who is most at risk? A new study from leading... Read More
Sinusitis is nothing to fool around with. The condition demands immediate chiropractic attention because repeated acute attacks may bring on a chronic sinusitis condition.
The sinuses are... Read More
The human body needs vitamins and nutrients to survive and stay fit. There are so many food options available that is hard to discern which will... Read More
When you suffer from a musculoskeletal injury, you stand a better chance for satisfactory healing if you understand how the body responds to injury, chiropractic doctors... Read More
Once we understand that the word "health" comes from an Old English word meaning "whole," then health—or the lack of it— takes on new meaning. To... Read More