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Jan 23

Rohlfs Chiropractic Care January 2020 Newsletter – Pain

Jan 23, 2020


Pain

At some point during our life we have all experienced some type of pain. The difference between all of us is how we perceived the pain. Pain is different for each individual. Some people can experience pain and think nothing of it while others can experience pain and feel like their whole world is crashing down.  ...

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Jan 2

Rohlfs Chiropractic Care December 2019 Newsletter – Piriformis Syndrome or Disc Herniation

Jan 2, 2020


 Piriformis Syndrome or Disc Herniation? Sciatica refers to pain, numbness, or tingling radiating along the course of the sciatic nerve, which runs from the lower back to the buttock, to the back of the thigh and into the lower leg and foot. Sciatica usually affects one side of the body. Remember, Sciatica is not a diagnosis, but it is only a symptom of a condition. The largest number of cases involving sciatica are due to a disc herniation, but is it really the root cause ...

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Nov 25

Rohlfs Chiropractic Care November 2019 Newsletter – All Things Spinal Degeneration

Nov 25, 2019


All Things Degeneration: How It Develops And Best Ways To Overcome It Degeneration of the spine is a common finding on spinal imaging, and is quite often one of the most popular reasons people come to our office.  However, this was not always the case. Until about 20 years ago, degeneration on an MRI was almost a guarantee of surgery. Thankfully, since that time research and evidence has shown us that not only is surgery for degeneration a bad idea, but it is actually counte...

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Nov 1

Rohlfs Chiropractic Care August 2018 Newsletter – Plantar Fasciitis

Nov 1, 2019


Chiropractic Care and Plantar Fasciitis [caption id="attachment_861" align="alignnone" width="300"] picture of foot with plantar fasciitis[/caption]

Plantar fasciitis can be a nagging injury that can last for months. This injury occurs due to weakness in the planter fascia and tightness occurring in the muscle...

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Nov 1

Rohlfs Chiropractic Care July 2018 Newsletter – Why So Much Neck Pain

Nov 1, 2019


WHY SO MUCH NECK PAIN

Over the past few months, the amount of neck pain that I have been seeing from patients has been off the charts. Patients symptoms range from a dull ache, sharp shooting pain into their upper back, numbness and tingling into their arm and weakness. So WHY? Reasons why I've been seeing an increase in neck pain varies. I think the biggest reason is we get stuck holding ourselves in one position for a long period of time. Think of your bicep. Very few people exp...

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