How Chiropractic Helps Those Suffering With Hyperlordosis

Friday, November 8th, 2013

HyperlordosisOur spine is normally curved in order to reduce shock and distribute weight evenly along the length of the back. However, in hyperlordosis (sometimes simply called lordosis and commonly known as swayback) the natural lordotic curves in the spine become overly pronounced causing pain and sometimes spasms in the lumbar muscles.

Who Is Winning the Battle Against Back Pain and How Are They Succeeding?

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2013

battle against back painNew Reports Reflect Satisfactory Patient Results with Chiropractic Care

When you or someone you know is looking to relieve the suffering that comes with lower back pain, it is important to research the successes and failures of others who experience the same pain. The Consumer Reports Health Ratings Center has surveyed subscribers to their magazine for the past few years. The Consumer Reports findings, released in April and May 2009, are outlined below:

Backpack Pain in Children

Tuesday, May 14th, 2013

backpack chiropracticChildren are experiencing more back, shoulder, and neck pain sooner in life than the U.S. has ever experienced. The backpack your child carries may be the problem.

Long-Term Effects

Some chiropractors say that 75% to 80% of teenagers they treat experience problems related to backpacks. With millions of children carrying backpacks in the U.S., doctors worry that heavier bags are going to result in more serious chronic lower back pain, shoulder pain, and neck pain in the future.

6 Common Causes of Back Pain

Thursday, May 2nd, 2013

A variety of underlying conditions can cause painful back aches, but determining the root of your back pain is essential to your treatment. Below is an outline of the more common back pain causes to help you determine where to begin in your treatment. Be sure to visit a trained chiropractor who professionally handles back pain to help you determine the cause and best source of treatment.