Monthly Archive:: February 2013

Achieving True Wellness

What do Evander Holyfield, the heavyweight champion of the world, John Smoltz, the 1996 Cy Young award winner and Dan O’Brien, the 1996 Olympic Gold Medallist in the decathlon have in common? What do they share in common

Chiropractic Eases Patient’s Spinal Condition: A Case Study of Scheuermann’s Kyphosis

Scheuermann’s kyphosis, first identified in 1921, is a spinal condition involving at least three wedged adjacent vertebrae of 58 curvature or more. The typical age of onset is between 8 and 16 years; it is estimated that

Video: Chiropractic is Whole Body Wellness

Most people think of chiropractic as effective way to treat back pain. While this is true, dozens of medical studies show that chiropractic can alleviate a number of other health conditions, while promoting general health and wellness.   Studies

Chiropractic Adjustments Help Menstrual Pain

In the March 2008, issue of the the scientific periodical, the Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics (JMPT), is a case series documenting specific chiropractic techniques helping women suffering from monthly menstrual pains. This study looked at

Mediterranean Diet can ward off Heart Disease

According to the New England Journal of Medicine from February, 2013, a Mediterranean diet high in olive oil, nuts, fish and fresh fruits and vegetables may help prevent heart disease and strokes, according to a large study

Asthma Patients Find Relief With Chiropractic Care

An estimated 300 million people worldwide suffer from asthma. With 180,000 deaths attributed to the disease, asthma treatment has a significant financial burden. In the United States alone, asthma medication is estimated to cost between $1 billion

Chiropractic Effective for Jaw Pain and TMD

Many patients suffer from host of symptoms after an auto collision: neck pain, whiplash, headache, and even jaw pain. Studies show that patients with whiplash frequently develop temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD), or dysfunction of the temporomandibular joint,

Dance Injuries Growing

A February, 2013 issue of the Journal of Physical Activity and Health finds that 113,000 children and teens were treated for injuries related to dancing from 1991 to 2007, and the annual number of injuries grew by