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Chiropractic For Whiplash

Here is an interesting fact for you: according to a study conducted on behalf of Cooper Tire, the average American spends around 8.5 hours driving per week.¹ With that much time spent on the road, it is no wonder that there is an average of 16,438 car crashes in the United States per day. And while some of these crashes may seem minor – like a mid-morning fender bender in slow-moving, rush hour traffic – it is important not to underestimate the impact that an auto collision can have on your body. 

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Ergonomics: Tips For Using Modern Devices

Take a moment and think about this: how many hours a day do you spend on some type of screen? It could be a desktop computer, laptop, tablet, smartphone or any other type of connected device. 

For the average person, the answer is a lot. In 2019, smartphones alone accounted for 2 hours, 55 minutes a day (on average). If you add in the time spent on a computer at work – more than 40% of Americans report using a computer at work for at least 4 hours per day – then we are suddenly talking about more than half of your day spent using some type of device.

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The Benefits Of Chiropractic For Digestive Issues

According to The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, more than 60 million Americans are affected by some type of digestive disease. From chronic constipation to irritable bowel syndrome, digestive issues are becoming more and more prevalent in our country. 

And while many may think the only solution is to turn to over-the-counter or prescription medication, these drugs are actually only addressing the symptoms… not the underlying cause. Luckily, many people have found that chiropractic care can help them!

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The Power Of Posture

Did you know that your spine is meant to naturally absorb physical stress and tension? The purpose: to keep the nervous system – our body’s communication superhighway – safe and effective. As the main protector of the spinal cord, the human spine plays an integral part in how you heal, function and, ultimately, how healthy you are.¹

This means that your posture directly affects your overall wellness.

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Patellofemoral Syndrome: Chiropractic Care For “Runners Knee”

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (“PFPS”) is a condition that affects the area in which the lower thigh bone (femur) meets the patella tendon, resulting in pain around and under the kneecap. Often called “runner’s knee” because it is common in athletes, it ranks among the most common type of knee pain.

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How Chiropractic Care Can Help Relieve Your Sciatic Pain

Sciatica is one of the most common symptoms of acute or chronic back pain. It develops from irritation of the sciatic nerve, the widest and longest nerve in the human body. The sciatic nerve begins in the lower back, runs through the buttock, down the back of the leg and eventually branches into smaller nerves that run to the ankle and foot. It’s main job is to communicate with the cells in the upper and lower leg.

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