Monthly Archives: July 2011

Plantar Fasciitis, Heel Spurs and Chiropractic care

Plantar fasciitis is one of the most challenging conditions of the foot in the Chiropractic practice. Plantar fasciitis is common in runners, effecting an estimated 10%. A calcaneal spur is found in about half of persons suffering from plantar fasciitis. … Continue reading

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Disc Herniations in the Neck and Chiropractic

Neck pain is one of the most common complaints in today’s Chiropractic office. Often patients have concerns of disc herniations. In cases of disc herniation in the neck there is often some kind of neck injury. However, there may be … Continue reading

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Tennis Leg, Sports Injuries and Chiropractic

The condition of tennis leg may effect the middle aged athlete while playing tennis or some other similar activity. The pain is often felt as a sudden pain in the back of the upper calf and an inability to walk … Continue reading

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Back Pain, Stenosis and Chiropractic

The condition of spinal stenosis (or canal stenosis) is one of the most challenging types of back pain in the Chiropractic practice. Stenosis typically effects persons 50 years old or older. Typically pain is felt in the lower back and … Continue reading

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Neck Pain with Pain in the arm-Chiropractic treatments

Often relatively minor incidences can trigger episodes of neck and arm pain. Sleeping on a couch or sudden turning of the head are events that are minor in nature but may often trigger an episode of pain in the neck … Continue reading

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