Tag: aches

Chiropractic Care to Treat & Prevent Sports Injuries

Chiropractic Care to Treat & Prevent Sports Injuries Often we hear of professional athletes suffering a traumatic, possibly career ending, injury. The public debate on whether or not they can resume play can go on for weeks. However, it isn’t only the professionals that sustain injuries while practising the sport…

How Chiropractic Care Can Help with Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis & Chiropractic   With nearly 2 million North American’s dealing with plantar fasciitis, it’s a very common problem that requires attention. Sadly, though, many people ignore their symptoms and discomfort until it becomes debilitating or until they have more time to get treatment. But, treating and alleviating plantar…

Hip & Wrist Pain

Hip & Wrist Pain       What does all physical pain have in common? It causes discomfort to a patient. Pain can happen anywhere in your body, with some types of pain occurring at the ball-and-socket joints.  The hip is a true ball-and-socket joint along with the shoulder, while…
Sciatica & Chiropractic Care

Sciatica & Chiropractic Care

Sciatica & Chiropractic Care     Do you have pain that extends from you lower back down into your legs and feet? If you do, the cause might be easy to identify. The pain could be coming from compression to your sciatic nerve, and it’s how sciatica got its name. …
Top 10 Tips for Sitting At Work

Top 10 Tips for Sitting At Work

Top 10 Tips for Sitting At Work       So, your back and neck hurt constantly. You’re sitting at a desk staring at a computer screen all day at work and you don’t have any pain relief until you are up and moving. What could be the cause? A…
chronic fatigue chiropractic care

Chronic Fatigue & Chiropractic Care

How Chronic Fatigue Can Be Resolved with Chiropractic Care           Do you constantly feel like you just can’t get enough sleep? Has sleep lost its refreshing magic that it once had? Are you getting frustrated with your inability to focus, concentrate, or remember things? If you…