Whiplash Injury

Whiplash Injuries by Dr. Raymond Lopez DC, MS

What is a Whiplash Injury?

Whiplash, also called neck sprain or neck strain, is an injury to the soft tissues of the neck. Whiplash injuries occur in sports where a forceful impact (commonly from behind) causes an athlete’s head and neck to snap forward and back in an abrupt,

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Chiropractors Can Treat These 5 Conditions

Surprise: Chiropractors Can Treat These 5 Conditions
By David Starr, Contributor 

Chiropractors are trained as neuromusculoskeletal specialists, and one of the main focuses of chiropractic care is the positive impact it can have on a person’s nervous system. 

10 Professional Athletes Who Use Chiropractic Care

10 Pro Athletes Who Use Chiropractic Care

Why do so many athletes from a broad range of sports rely on Chiropractic Care? Well, there’s no doubt that seeing a Chiropractor regularly has many benefits not just for athletes,

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Chiropractic is Not What You Think: The Science & Art of Healing

Chiropractic is Not What You Think: The Science & Art of Healing

A Parent’s Story

by Ed Arranga, guest author

“Chiropractic did not originate to treat pain: it originated to promote health.” — Anonymous

Chiropractic is known around the world. There are chiropractors in over 100 countries and 90 of those countries have national associations.

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Get Healthy and Pain Free with Chiropractic

GET HEALTHY AND PAIN FREE WITH CHIROPRACTIC CARE

American Chiropractic Association – www.acatoday.org

 

Chiropractic is a health care profession that focuses on disorders of the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system, and the effects of these disorders on general health. Doctors of chiropractic—often referred to as DCs,

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Shoulder Pain From Computer Use? Chiropractic Solution.

A Chiropractic Solution for Mouse Shoulder

BY HOWARD PETTERSSON, DC AND J.R. GREEN, DC

Dynamic Chiropractic – October 1, 2018, Vol. 36, Issue 10

Clinical literature abounds with articles about repetitive injury and conditions related to the use of electronic devices, especially stationary or desktop computers and work stations.

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Stiff Neck Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment By Richard A. Staehler, MD

A stiff neck is typically characterized by soreness and difficulty moving the neck, especially when trying to turn the head to the side. It may also be accompanied by a headache, neck pain, shoulder pain and/or arm pain. In order to look sideways or over the shoulder, an individual may need to turn the entire body instead of the stiff neck.

Avoiding and Treating Heel Pain

Avoiding and Treating Tendon Dysfunction

Dr.Bruce Buckman PT, DPT, ART

 Background

 It has been reported that approximately 1 in 10 individuals will develop chronic heel pain with nearly 2 million Americans affected annually. Furthermore, tendinopathies of the Achilles tendon affect 2% of the general adult population. The typical report of pain presentation of plantar heel pain includes excruciating pain with the first few steps after waking up in the morning,

Prenatal Chiropractic: The Key to a pain Free Pregnancy

Prenatal Chiropractic: 

The Key to a Pain Free Pregnancy

BY DR. KIMBERLY DELMAGE, DC

According to the American Pregnancy Organization and the International Chiropractic Pediatric  Association, women who seek chiropractic care during pregnancy report 24% shorter labor and delivery times and have fewer complications and 75% of women who received chiropractic care during their pregnancies stated they found relief from pain.

Top 5 Stretches Before Shoveling Snow

by Dr. Christopher Kahanec, DC

With our first big snow storm well on its way to Montvale and the entire northeast, it’s time not only to prepare our houses, but our bodies! A recent study at the Center for Injury Research and Policy of The Research Institute at Nationwide Children’s Hospital found that approximately 11,500 snow shoveling-related injuries and medical emergencies were treated in the United States from 1990 to 2006.

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