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What are Conditions or Disorders Treated by Chiropractors?

A chiropractic treatment addresses the damage, disorder, and misalignment of the joints, particularly along the spine. Chiropractic care can treat a wide variety of conditions for both joint issues and general posture, which can influence your overall nervous system. Back Problems More than 1/3 of 22 million Americans get chiropractic treatment to treat and fix their…

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Multiple Sclerosis Treatment

How effective is the Chiropractic Method for Reducing Multiple Sclerosis?

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease disrupts communication between the brain and the body by affecting the central nervous system. MS can range from mild to extreme and can be a lifelong condition that causes serious disability. Multiple sclerosis (MS) in children is about two to three times more common in women than men although in…

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Asthma

A Research Review: Chiropractic Care vs Asthma

Asthma also called bronchial asthma is a condition where a person’s airways become inflamed, which in turn narrows the bronchial tubes and produces extra mucus which makes it very difficult if not almost impossible to breathe in extreme cases. Asthma is one of the fastest growing chronic conditions in USA. More than 26 million Americans are…

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Carpal Tunnel Pain

Can Chiropractic Treatment Help with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS)? Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) also known as median nerve compression is a medical condition that affects the hand and arm caused by a pinched nerve in the wrist. The Carpal “tunnel” is a narrow passage-way located in the wrist. It allows for the median nerve to extend from the spine…

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Chiropractic Care for Ankylosing Spondylitis

What is Ankylosing Spondylitis? Ankylosing Spondylitis is an inflammatory arthritis which affects the spine and large joints and is also known as Bechterew’s Disease. The condition is more common among men and usually begins in early adulthood. Ankylosing spondylitis is considered to be a chronic disease if it lasts longer than 3 months. Ankylosing Spondylitis Symptoms:…

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Knee Tendonitis

Heal Your Tendonitis with Chiropractic Care

Tendonitis: What is it? Tendonitis is an inflammation of the tendons that connect your muscles to your bones. Tendonitis is often caused by sudden, sharp movements or repetitive exercises like running, jumping or throwing or even typing. Causes of Tendonitis: Tendonitis can occur with athletes who use poor techniques in sports or workers who perform repetitive…

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Work injuries

Workplace Injuries? Checkout this Chiropractic Care Guide

Today’s health problems are big issue and have affected most people.  Add on to that workplace injuries and you could have some serious downtime. While you could treat a workplace injury with medication or worse ignore the problem, this is a temporary fix with the possibility of a side-effect due to the medication. Chiropractic care, a…

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Allergy treatment

How Chiropractic Care Helps Prevent Allergies

With winter season in full swing, many people are running to their local pharmacy to get relief from allergic reactions – allergies. According to a recent data survey, 40% of people in developed countries suffer from at least one allergic condition. This ongoing rise is believed to be due to environmental changes around the globe and…

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Back pain

Chiropractic and Massage Therapy for Back Pain Treatment

With the seasonal changes now in full effect, the dryness and cold of winter can increase back pain in people. Let Chiropractic and Massage Therapy adjust and massage those pains away. Should you see Chiropractors for Back Pain in Dickson, TN? Back pain is a very common problem with eight out of ten adults experiencing it…

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Treating Radicular Pain With Chiropractic

Radicular pain, Radiculopathy or the more common term Sciatica, is pain that radiates down along the spinal nerve usually due to inflammation or irritation of this nerve.  There can be many initial causes of this pain including: injury, repetitive activity, sleeping positions, etc.  Radicular pain may be felt as a numbness, tingling, burning sensations, sharp pain, or constant tenderness usually down your leg sometimes including your calf and foot….

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