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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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Oct 2

Association Between Headache and Low Back Pain

Oct 2, 2019


LINK BETWEEN HEADACHES AND LOW BACK PAIN Headaches are a common reason for many people to visit their doctor.  Not only do headaches severely impact their quality of life, but it results in over 157 million days per year lost from work with a societal cost of over $50 billion.  Needless to say, it's a big deal! The goal of this research, "The Association Between  Headache and Low Back Pain: A systematic Review," was to review studies q...

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Sep 11

Chiropractic Solutions For Hip Pain

Sep 11, 2019


Chiropractic Solutions for Hip Pain

Hip pain can be a problem for many people regardless of age or activity level.  The type of pain, severity of pain, and where around the hip it is located (front, back, side, or even around your buttocks) is dependent on the source of where it is coming from.  We will discuss today some common sources of hip pain along with some solutions to help you achieve relief.   Common Causes of Hip pain Read More
Aug 29

The Difference Between Disc Bulge and Disc Herniation

Aug 29, 2019


WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE? The Discs in your spine act as cushions between the vertebrae in your spine. They're composed of an outer layer of tough cartilage that surrounds softer cartilage in the center. It may help to think of them as miniature jelly doughnuts, exactly the right size to fit between your vertebrae. Read More

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