Tag Archives: Chiropractic Research

Treating Back Pain

by in Chiropractic Care October 1, 2015

Every day in our office we hear stories about someone who went through the medical system and were prescribed pain relievers to help with their joint pain, especially when it comes to back pain. However, the research has always shown that pain relievers are not an effective way to treat back pain because the medication […]

Dry Needling

by in Chiropractic Care, Wellness July 16, 2014

Dry Needling, or Intramuscular Manual Therapy, is a neurophysiological evidence-based treatment technique used to treat myofascial pain that uses a dry needle, without medication. When inserted into a contracture knot, the goal is to release or inactivate the trigger points and relieve the pain. A sterile, solid, filiform needle is inserted into specifically selected point […]

Logan University Study Looks at Effects of Nutritional Supplements on Ankle Sprains

by in Chiropractic Care June 5, 2014

BY Logan University | Posted: Thursday, March 06, 2014 11:50 AM Logan University is looking for participants for a clinical research study examining how effective a specific nutritional supplement in conjunction with chiropractic care is for patients with acute ankle sprains. The multisite randomized controlled trial is funded by Standard Process Inc. and studies the […]

Chiropractic Treatment of Neurological Disorders

by in Chiropractic Care April 1, 2014

In our office we treat so much more than neck and back pain. We are here to give you TOTAL body wellness, which means treating dysfunction in the brain and nervous system. Our doctors treat all kinds of neurological disorders including: Migraines, Meniere’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscular Dystrophy, Parkinson’s Disease, Cerebral Palsy, Dystonias/Movement Disorders, Amyotrophic […]

Diastasis Recti Abdominis- An “Ab-Splitting” Situation

by in Chiropractic Care, Physical Therapy and Rehab November 4, 2013

It may sound like a Harry Potter spell, but in reality this condition can be pretty serious! Diastasis means “separation” and the Recti Abdominis refer to your “six-pack abs”. These muscles attach to the linea alba (meaning “white line”) which runs from the xiphoid process to the pubic symphysis. Causes1: Sustained intra-abdominal pressure due to […]

Treating Inflammation

by in Chiropractic Care, Medical Care, Wellness October 9, 2013

In February of 2004, the cover story of Time magazine, characterized inflammation as ”The Secret Killer“. Specialists identified that inflammation was known to promote cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Arthritis, and many others. After that story was released, the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition revealed that chronic illness and health problems were either wholly or […]