Concussions are relatively common, so it’s easy to think they’re no big deal. But concussions are brain injuries, and even a mild concussion can have serious consequences. Knowing these symptoms can ensure you get treatment as quickly as possible.
Telecommuting offers plenty of benefits for employees, but unless you prepare your home office (and your work habits) properly, you could wind up with nagging neck pain. Here’s why it happens and what you can do to prevent it.
Sure, that nagging sciatica could be from too much lifting or those extra pounds you’ve been lugging around. It could also be caused by bone spurs, a “side effect” of arthritis. Here’s how bone spurs can affect your spine and even cause sciatica.
No matter how careful you are, there’s always a chance you could be injured on the job. In fact, workplace injuries affect millions of people every year. If you’re one of them, here’s what you should do.
Motor vehicle accidents cause thousands of injuries every year in our state, many resulting in chronic pain and other symptoms. Seeking prompt medical care is the key to finding meaningful relief. Here’s how we can help.
Lots of issues can contribute to back and neck pain, but nerve compression is a major factor associated with debilitating symptoms. Spinal decompression relieves nerve-related pain without surgery. Here’s when decompression could be a good choice.
Joint pain is a common complaint, interfering with your activities and your ability to enjoy your life. Fortunately, our team offers noninvasive solutions to reduce pain and the inflammation that causes it. Here are four treatments to consider.
Lots of factors can cause sciatica, a common cause of lower back pain. But if you’re overweight, there’s one thing you can do now to help relieve your symptoms: Lose those extra pounds. Here’s how weight and sciatica are related.
Spinal nerve compression is a relatively common cause of back pain, and it can cause symptoms in your arms, legs, and other areas, too. The good news: Nonsurgical spinal decompression can help. Here’s how.
Chiropractors are well-known as back and neck pain experts. But what most people don’t know is that chiropractic treatment actually is much more versatile. Here are seven ways an adjustment could help you enjoy better health.
If you have neck pain, you might be tempted to ignore it and see if it goes away on its own. But delaying treatment can have some serious consequences for your health. Here’s why it’s important to have neck pain evaluated and treated right away.