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Jul 24

Everything IT Band

Jul 24, 2019


  Iliotibial band syndrome (also known as: IT band syndrome, ITB syndrome, or ITBS) is one of the most common overuse injuries among runners and endurance athletes. The IT band itself is a thick band of connective tissue that begins at the outside of your hip and extends to the outside of your knee.  When this becomes tight or inflamed it can typically cause pain along the outside of the knee.   Read More

Jul 22

Spinal Stenosis and Chiropractic

Jul 22, 2019


In the medical field, stenosis means the abnormal narrowing of a body channel. When combined with the word spinal, it defines a narrowing of the bone channel occupied by the spinal nerves or the spinal cord. (more…)

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May 21

Chiropractic Care and Endurance Athletes

May 21, 2019


  Endurance athletes and the use of chiropractic go hand in hand.  Whether its running, biking, swimming, or a combination of all three such as in a triathalon, endurance athletes must be efficient in their movements to limit excess energy consumption and increase performance.   Read More

May 13

Research That Matters: Medical Care Plus Chiropractic Is Superior

May 13, 2019


RESEARCH THAT MATTERS: MEDICAL CARE PLUS CHIROPRACTIC -“ADJUSTED ODD RATIOS AT WEEK 6 WERE ALSO STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT IN FAVOR OF USUAL MEDICAL CARE PLUS CHIROPRACTIC OVERALL FOR PERCEIVED IMPROVEMENT AND SELF REPORTED PAIN MEDICATION USE.” - “ADJUSTED MEAN DIFFERENCES AND SCORES AT WEEK 6 WERE STATISTICALLY SIGNIFICANT IN FAVOR OF USUAL MEDICAL CARE PLUS CHIROPRACTIC CARE COMPARED WITH USUAL ...

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May 6

One Leg Longer Than The Other?

May 6, 2019


Have you ever been told that one of your legs is longer than the other?  Do you ever have episodes of lower back pain? These two things can be related.  For most individuals the difference is small, perhaps a few millimeters up to a ¼ of an inch.  Lengths greater than a ¼ of an inch often can contribute to low back pain. As chiropractors, we see this problem quite often.   Read More

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