Headache Causes

About 4 to 5 percent of U.S. adults suffer from chronic headaches, which may occur nearly every day, according to the Mayo Clinic. While an occasional headache is something that most people experience, frequent headaches can be a warning sign that something is amiss in your body. The cause of the most commonly reported headache,…

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High Cholesterol?

High Cholesterol? Most Americans focus on reducing LDL cholesterol as a key part of their treatment regimen. However, a new study found that having too little good cholesterol is at least as damaging when it comes to heart disease as having too much of the bad kind, and it may be even more damaging. Click…

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Menopause and Memory Loss

Along with the hot flashes, sleepless nights and mood swings, many women also report another symptom that comes along with menopause: forgetfulness. Click here to read  full article If your’re a women in your mid-40s or early 50-s and menopause-related symptoms have you feeling tired, sweaty, achy, bloated and moody and would like to discuss…

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Chiropractor for lower back pain

Chiropractic care is an effective treatment for lower back pain, studies show

Lower back pain can hamper an individual’s day-to-day activities, not to mention negatively affect his or her quality of life depending on how severe. Far too often, however, patients turn to invasive surgeries or expensive symptom-masking medication with all their known side effects, to alleviate pain. Yet studies have shown, especially as it concerns the…

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Neck Chiropractor

Neck Manipulation and Stroke — Should I Be Concerned?

The American Heart Association and the American Stroke Association released a “scientific statement” on Aug. 7, 2014, regarding the relationship between certain chiropractic treatments utilizing neck manipulation and stroke. They state that while the two may be associated (i.e. appear to have a relationship), there is no direct cause-and-effect link. “Treatments involving neck manipulation may…

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