Arm Pain Syndrome: What Is It and How Can You Treat It?

Lisa Gladman blog

Arm pain due to injury, wear and tear on the body, or nerve irritation is a common occurrence. The pulling, stabbing pain can hit at your shoulder, elbow, forearm, or even the wrist. Possible causes are many, and while sometimes the culprit is easy to identify, other times it requires further investigation. With arm pain syndrome, your pain might be …

Why You Should See a Chiropractor for Allergy Relief

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Spring has arrived. The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and the flowers are in bloom. This is good news in a lot of ways, but millions of people all around the nation also fear that springtime is about to bring with it a whole host of problems, including itchy eyes, runny noses, and constant sneezing. Millions of Americans …

Treating Back Pain with the Cox Technique

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Few of us manage to avoid back pain entirely. If you’ve been experiencing painful sciatica, a back strain or sprain, or other occasional or increasing periods of pain located in the back, or radiating from the back to affect the neck, legs or arms, you’ll know just how much it can interfere with work, sleep, and your ability to enjoy …

6 Tips for Treating Chronic Inflammation

Kate Keenan blog

You’ve banged your head, and suddenly there is a red lump that feels warm and sore. This is your body responding to pain. This natural immune response mechanism is an essential part of the healing process and is known as inflammation. However, the kind of inflammation that causes the knock on your head to swell is known as acute inflammation …

Pins and Needles in the Arm? Chiropractic Can Help

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Everyone experiences pins and needles from time to time, but it is not unheard of for the condition to strike daily. The most common cause of ongoing pins and needles is arm pain syndrome, which can be effectively managed with arm neuropathy treatment administered by your chiropractor. What causes pins and needles? Pins and needles is an uncomfortable but temporary …

Chiropractic Therapy for Leg Pain?

Kate Keenan blog

Leg pain is a highly common medical complaint that millions of Americans will endure at some point in their lives. It affects a lot of people daily and can be highly problematic to live with, preventing many people from living life to the fullest. Leg pain syndrome can make it hard to stand or sit for extended periods, prevent you …

Chiropractic Care for Acid Reflux?

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Millions of Americans suffer from acid reflux in a given year, and for many of those patients, acid reflux is an uncomfortable and even painful part of life that may seem challenging to treat. Sometimes pills aren’t enough to eliminate symptoms, and other, more invasive acid reflux remedies like surgeries aren’t an option due to recovery times or cost. Due …

Best Homeopathic Remedies for Asthma?

Kate Keenan blog

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, around 1 in 12 people have asthma, and this statistic keeps growing. The symptoms, such as chest tightness, shortness of breath, wheezing and coughing, can be triggered by many everyday activities. Anything that gets the heart rate up a bit, like going upstairs or walking, can cause an onset of symptoms. …

Achilles Tendonitis Causes and Treatment Options

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If you have ever experienced shooting pain up your calf when you exercise or stiffness around the heel when you wake up in the morning, you may be suffering from a condition known as Achilles tendonitis. The symptoms associated with Achilles tendonitis starts typically with a slight pain above the heel or in the back of the leg after running …