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Globally, as many as four percent of adults report having a headache 15 days or more in a month each year. Many of these headaches are severe and debilitating. They prevent people from working or performing normal daily activities. The most severe headaches, also known as migraines, diminish a person’s quality of life.
Chiropractic medicine is one of the effective ways to treat injuries sustained from car accidents. The healing art and science of this alternative approach aim to correct spinal misalignments. This way, your body can heal naturally and restore the nervous system’s normal functioning. It’s common for physicians to prescribe pain medications to help alleviate the discomfort. But a chiropractor can treat the root cause of pain without the use of drugs.
Are you struggling with sciatica but unsure of where to start? Sciatica is one of the most common yet often misunderstood types of pain. Harvard Medical School suggests that 40 percent of the population will suffer from this condition in their lifetime. Sciatica occurs in older people, 20 to 60 years old, and tends to become more common as you age.
A personal injury is any injury that affects your mind or body that occurs due to the negligence of another person or party. These types of accidents usually arise as the result of a car/vehicle collision, slip, trip or fall, defective products or the lack of provision of safety wear by an employer or third party.
When the spine is out of alignment, simple actions become more difficult and stresses occur in the body that can lead to discomfort and dysfunction. Spinal adjustments done by a chiropractor can bring the spine, bones, and muscles back into proper alignment.
Accidents and injuries can occur anytime, anywhere, even when you are at work. In fact, more than 3 million U.S. adults are injured at work every year. Many people think of workplace injuries as being the result of a traumatic accident, but just as many are caused by repetitive movements or by prolonged poor posture. Fortunately, chiropractic care can help to resolve the pain and other symptoms caused by work injuries.