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  • Relationship Between Chiropractic Tables and Adjustment Techniques
    Flexion-Distraction Technique

    Learn more about the most common chiropractic techniques and the best tables to complement your treatments.

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  • How Your Work Life can Benefit from a Chiropractor

    Our modern lives often require us to spend extended amounts of time sitting and working in repetitive positions that often lead to muscle tension and overworked backs. You do not need to have a physical job to overwork the spine. In fact, prolonged periods of sitting in front of computer screens create significant back tension and discomfort.

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  • How to Protect Your Back and Spine

    The spine is composed of an articulating set of bones called vertebrae, muscles, soft tissue, tendons and intervertebral discs. They work together to provide the framework for your body that keeps you erect. The spine also protects the spinal cord and associated nerves, the messaging system that carries instructions from your brain to the body. It's unsurprising how common back pain is considering the spine's centrality to so much of our movement and activity.

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  • Ways to Prevent Back Pain in Your Everyday Life

    Four out of five people feel back pain at some point in their lives; in fact, it is the second most common condition that patients report during doctor's visits. The National Institute of Health reports a continuing and growing epidemic of chronic low back pain. They add that the increasing healthcare costs associated with managing chronic back pain are not sustainable.

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  • Signs You Should See A Chiropractor

    Chiropractic is a health profession that focuses on body joints, the spine, and their interaction with the nervous system. Chiropractor work can support the nervous system, restore joint functions and relieve bone and muscle-related aches. The practice assists patients in achieving optimal health while evading unnecessary surgeries and drugs. Studies indicate that about 50 million Americans visit chiropractors every year.

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