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  • The Falsely-Named Slipped Disc
    Discs serve as the shock absorbers for our spines. There is a disc between each vertebrae and they are made up of round, gel-filled cores, surrounded by rings of cartilage. When we move, the discs compress in a way that provides support and cushion to the spinal vertebrae. Discs do not slip out of place. When damaged, the soft inner core o Read more
  • Can Subluxations Clear Up On Their Own?
    Of couse they can! Our body has an amazing ability to heal itself. In the normal daily activities of walking, stretching and bending, a small spinal misalignment can reposition itself into its healthy, normal position in the spine. All is good again. Except when it's not. Not all spinal misalignments correct themselves. Sometimes, they don't even cause symptoms. A continuing spinal misalignment can cause pressure on nerves over time, causing permanent damage. If the nerves that serve your stomach, for example, are pinched at the spinal level, you may experience stomach pain but never realize it originated as a pinched nerve in the spine. Small misalignments can be caused by all sorts of things we encounter every day, like stress, pollution, slips and falls, heavy lifting or even more serious events like accidents at work or in an automobile. The key to preventing permanent damage is getting these misalignments corrected quickly, before the Read more
  • Can I Have Chiropractic Care After Back Surgery?
    Chiropractic care is a conservative, noninvasive form of treatment for neck and back pain.  It involves specific movements of the spinal vertebrae to correct misalignments that put pressure on the Read more

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