A lot of people confuse dizziness with vertigo and vice versa.
The truth is that they are quite different.
Today we’d like to focus on a very concentrated version of vertigo known as cervicogenic dizziness or cervicogenic vertigo, a type of vertigo that stems from the neck. Read on to learn more about this disease, how it’s diagnosed, and how to treat it.
Your chiropractor can help with more than just back pain.
What’s the first word that comes to your mind when you hear the word “chiropractor”? If you’re like most people, you instantly think of the spine.
Chiropractors and spines seem to go together like peanut butter and jelly. Many chiropractic practices even have a logo that features a spine in some way, shape, or form. But back issues are just a small portion of the ailments chiropractors can treat.
From head to toe, your chiropractor can provide you with symptom-free relief from pain and discomfort.
2020 was the year that most of us started working from home…and your back probably paid the price.
Here’s how to set up an ergonomic workspace anywhere that will help—not hurt—your body.
This year has brought a lot of changes into our lives. Not only are we all getting accustomed to wearing masks everywhere, many have switched to working remotely. And while you probably enjoy skipping the commute and wearing pajamas to work, we’ve noticed that a lot of home “offices” aren’t exactly ergonomic.
Prior to the pandemic, if you worked from an office, you probably had everything set up the way you like it: a comfy chair, computer at the perfect height, and maybe even a footrest. Now? Some of you have had to make do with a TV dinner tray on the couch.
What’s the good news? With only a few handy hacks, you can have an ergonomic workspace that will alleviate your “Self Isolation Syndrome” pains. Read on for the top five areas that are most important to your chiropractic health and what you can do to avoid potential injury or discomfort.
Sometimes, headaches can be a real pain in the neck.
Find out the most common causes (and the best treatment) for neck pain and headache.
Here it comes: the tell-tale twinge of pain and pressure that indicates a headache is imminent. But if that wasn’t bad enough, your neck has started to tense up. Now you feel the ache almost down through your shoulders. It’s enough to make you wonder why they even call it a “head” ache.
Whether you feel your neck pain at the onset of your headache, or throughout the entire episode, your primary concern is making it stop. But it’s just as important to understand why you’re feeling neck pain and headache.
In this article, we’ll go over some of the most common causes of neck pain and headache as well as how to treat it.
Read on to learn what causes headaches and how a chiropractor can help.
If you’re one of the lucky few who have never experienced a headache, you should consider yourself (extremely) lucky!
Whether it’s daily migraines or the occasional pain, headaches affect nearly every person on the planet at some point in their lives.
Yet even as you’ve taken an OTC painkiller, you might have wondered what causes headaches so you could prevent such a thing from happening in the future.
While some headache causes are a medical mystery, others have a rational explanation (and an even easier solution). Stay with us while we talk about the different types of headaches, what causes headaches, and how you can treat or prevent certain kinds of headaches without medications.
For some, chiropractic offers relief from pain. For others, it's about feeling and looking good. Call today and see what chiropractic can do for you!
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