Fibromyalgia is pain in the body's soft, fibrous tissues, including the tendons, ligaments, and muscles. Symptoms of fibromyalgia often include extreme fatigue, widespread pain, and troubled... Read More
Have you ever wondered what doctors mean by the expression "good patient?" Is it an arbitrary designation doctors attach only to those patients who never complain... Read More
Chiropractic doctors finally had their "day in court." A lawsuit filed by four chiropractors in 1976 accused the American Medical Association and other medical groups of... Read More
Sick and tired of being sick and tired, countless persons each year are turning to chiropractic for the first time. While some have only minor complaints,... Read More
Some say the famous film star Bette Davis first coined the expression "growing old ain't for sissies." But no matter who first said it, it's true.... Read More
Getting a newborn baby started right in life includes a chiropractic examination as soon as possible. The exam takes only a few minutes, is as easy ... Read More
FOOLISH REASON NUMBER 1
"I don't believe in chiropractic,"
Fortunately, chiropractic is a science, not a religion. So, belief is not relevant. Here are some facts you may... Read More
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