I get so many patient’s that are diagnosed with bursitis and tendonitis and they have absolutely no idea what it is. All they know is that they went to their doctor, they looked at the area of complaint for a second or two. They saw that the patient can move the body part ok, but they had pain.
Over this past weekend in association with the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) and the Association of New Jersey Chiropractors (ANJC) sports council, Dr. Kelly Blundy and Dr. Peter Wohl completed a 16 hour symposium for the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS). So many topics were covered including sport specific plans for strength,
I don’t know why, but recently a lot of patient’s have asked me about car accidents. As many of you know I have worked a lot over the last 10 years with people who were involved in car accidents. Although it may seem like a very daunting thing, treatment of these injuries are usually very successful with Chiropractic Care and Physical Therapy treatment.
Now that the snow is obviously here, I want to make sure you protect yourselves from getting hurt.
A recent poll points to snow shoveling as the leading cause of back and neck pain during the winter months. “Chiropractors are finding that some patients experience back and neck pain as a result of improper snow shoveling technique,”
This is another great post from my friends at Bonfire Health about inflammation:
We tend to think of inflammation in terms of injuries such as a sprained ankle or a bug bite – those are what are described as ‘acute inflammation’. There’s a much more insidious and dangerous type of inflammation –
You’re a few weeks into your Chiropractic care and you’re starting to feel better. You want to get back to your routine as soon as possible. There’s a ton to do around the house, you’ve got a family to take care of and you can’t wait to get back to the gym. You have an urgency to start ‘living’