Many of you have heard about a technique called “foam rolling”, but what exactly is it? and what is it useful for?Read More
Did you know… Typically, the first day you experience pain is not the day you injured yourself.
Did you also know… Your first day without pain doesn’t necessarily mean your injury is completely healed.Read More
Recently I had a patient ask me why his low back bothered him after using a push mower to mow the lawn. Not even 24 hours later, I had been raking leaves and lifting the barrel of sticks and leaves to dump in the corner of the yard and the following day my back was in pain. It made me really realize the simple things we do each and every day that may cause us to hurt or feel pain — because they shouldn’t be that way.Read More
We’ve all heard about the “cracking” produced during a chiropractic adjustment, but what exactly is that sound? and is it a good thing or a bad thing?Read More
If you suffer from a disc bulge or herniation (also known as a “slipped” disc), then most likely you’ve encountered pain in the area of your injury and possibly even pain into your arms or legs as well. An intervertebral disc is a circular liquid nucleus (center), surrounded by annular ligament fibers that separate one vertebrae (bone in the spine) from another.Read More
I have had many patients ask me what the correct position is for optimal comfort when sleeping. The simple answer to this question is: whatever is most comfortable for you, as an individual.Read More