Will Surgery Fix my Back Pain?

Years of research has shown us that surgery is not the best way to manage back pain and recent studies proposed that surgery is not highly effective as far as correcting disc herniations. On the other hand, more and more research supports chiropractic manipulations as a means of restoring restore quality of life.

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Back PainStephen Lee
Can Chiropractic Correct my Neck Pain?

More than 55% neck pain patients experience relief after two weeks of chiropractic care. Chiropractic adjustments help ease pain in the neck that is often the result of joint restrictions, or tight neck joints. This method, employed by chiropractors, is the best option in treating neck pain.

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Neck PainStephen Lee
A Team Approach to Healthcare

One important member of a healthcare team is a sports chiropractor. This is because we are focused mainly on injury recovery and prevention coupled with ensuring a high level of overall athletic performance. Chiropractic also helps to tilt the treatment approach away from drugs and reliance on medication.

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Stephen Lee
What is a 'Pinched' Nerve and How to 'Un-Pinch' it

The issue of pinched nerves can bring debilitating pain and cause numbness, tingling and weakness in your leg or arm. Un-pinching a nerve that is compressed can bring significant pain relief. Research has found that chiropractic adjustments can reduce pinching or compression on your delicate nerve roots.

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Stephen Lee
What Happens When You Hear a “CRACK” in Your Spine?

Cracks and pops in your back and neck are typically caused by the release of gas within the joint. Adhesions in the joints of your spine can restrict your range of motion and contribute to degenerative changes. Adjustments reduce the adhesions in the facet joints resulting in pain relief and an improve.

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Stephen Lee
Can Spine Problems Cause Headaches?

Cervicogenic headaches are a common type of headache that result from problems with the neck. The best treatment is to address the injured facet joints, which are typically the cause of these headaches. This includes chiropractic manipulation, dry needling, muscle releases, and stretches.

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Neck Pain, HeadachesStephen Lee