15 Tips for Managing Your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Lisa Gladman blog

If you suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome, arm pain doctors can help you find relief from the constant pain and discomfort associated with this relatively common condition. What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Carpal tunnel syndrome is a painful, uncomfortable conditioned characterized by tingling and numbness in the hands, wrists, and arms. Carpal tunnel syndrome develops when a nerve in the …

Why Exercise is Essential for Back Pain Relief

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Back pain affects up to 80% of the population, and if left unattended the condition can lead to long-term chronic health and pain issues. Back pain can be caused due to a number of different reasons, and the severity ranges from a mild (acute) pain that is manageable to extreme (chronic) back pain that can impact daily lives. Many people …

How Long Does It Take Tennis Elbow to Heal?

Lisa Gladman blog

Lateral epicondylitis, a condition also known commonly as tennis elbow, is when the outer elbow becomes tender and often painful due to excessive use of the forearm, commonly as a result of sports that involve racquets such as tennis. The condition usually occurs as a gradual building up of pain over time and can cause intense arm pain, eventually restricting …

Why Does Poor Posture Lead to Back Pain?

Kate Keenan blog

Poor posture is increasingly becoming a leading cause of many health issues, most notably as a source of back and joint pain. This condition is a result of the poor positioning of the back day-to-day, which can lead to long-term stress on particular joints and muscles. Poor posture is a concern in the modern world, as people spend more time …

Left Arm Pain

When to Worry about Left Arm Pain

Lisa Gladman blog

Serious left arm pain is often associated with heart attack and heart disease. However, this isn’t the only type of left arm pain that should be evaluated by a doctor. Injuries, strains, and accidents can cause painful damage to the arm. Chiropractic care is an excellent choice for treating this pain. Chiropractors are experienced arm pain doctors. Below, we will …

osteoporosis of the hip

Treat Osteoporosis to Save Your Hips

Kate Keenan blog

Hip pain can make walking, climbing stairs, and sitting and standing difficult. The pain might originate from a muscle strain, arthritis, or osteoporosis—which is one of the most common culprits of hip pain. Hip pain treatments can help relieve the stiffness and discomfort, and many include the use of therapies outside of medications or surgery. Chiropractic care is a beneficial …

Neck Pain

Tips to Alleviate Neck Pain Before Sleeping

Lisa Gladman blog

In the world of advanced technology, our necks now have more strain than ever. Phones, tablets, computer, and television screens have us holding our necks at strange angles all day long. Add the strain of these odd angles to the normal strain of holding up our heads all day long, and it’s no wonder that many of us experience neck …

Lower Back Pain

Is a Tight Psoas Muscle Causing Your Lower Back Pain?

Kate Keenan blog

Lower back pain is one of the most common reasons for visiting a chiropractor, primarily because it can prove to be so debilitating. There are several potential causes of this painful problem. One of the main reasons people seek lower back pain chiropractic treatment is because they are suffering from a tight psoas muscle. For many people, this comes as …

Back Pain

Everyday Tips for Back Pain Relief

Lisa Gladman blog

With back pain as the second most complained about ailment, most chiropractic patients are searching for back pain remedies. Because 80% of us will experience back pain at some time in our lives, knowing how to deal with it is beneficial. Keep Your Back Healthy If your back is in good shape, there is less likelihood of developing chronic back …

Back Pain

Pinched Nerves and Back Pain: What You Need to Know

Kate Keenan blog

Our nerves branch out from our brains and spine and relay important messages throughout our body. It’s important not to ignore these messages. Any sort of interruption to a nerve will be felt as pain or numbness. The damage can be mild or severe, but if left untreated, can become a permanent and debilitating condition. Often, however, it’s treatable, and …