Injuries and Conditions I Treat

3 Common Causes Of Knee Pain

As chiropractors we often see patients with neck and back pain, but knee complaints are another common thing we see in the office. Although the majority of knee complaints are mechanical in nature, it’s important that we test the integrity of the knee to make sure it hasn’t been compromised.

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2 Ways to Get in and Out of Bed for Back Pain

Back pain can make simple tasks like getting in and out of bed challenging. Turning over, twisting, and transitioning to a sitting position can be painful first thing in the morning. This creates hesitancy and fear avoidance with movement and can be due to a couple of different reasons.

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Exercises for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Median nerve entrapment is the most common nerve issues.  Symptoms can include numbness, tingling, pain, and weakness and will affect the thumb, index, and middle finger on the palm side. Activities such as computer work, sewing, and playing a musical instrument can all contribute. Other risk factors can include age, obesity, pregnancy, and diabetes.

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Conservative Treatment for Jaw Pain

Temporomandibular Dysfunction, also called TMD, can be a very painful condition. Symptoms can include jaw clicking, pain, stiffness or difficulty opening the jaw. In rare case, structural issues of the Tempomandibular Joint (TMJ) are to blame.  

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Plantar Fasciitis Or Something Else?

Plantar fasciitis is responsible for a quarter of all foot injuries affecting 10% of the population. Although symptoms may persist for months or even years, the majority of people respond very well with conservative management without the need for surgical intervention. I can speak to this from first-hand experience having dealt with it a few years ago! 

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3 Causes Of Plantar Fasciitis.. Or Are They?

Plantar fasciitis seems like a pretty straightforward condition, right? If “-itis” means inflammation, plantar fasciitis would then translate to inflammation of the plantar fascia. Getting rid of the inflammation should also get rid of the pain on the bottom of the foot. However, it’s not so simple and in fact, recent research has shown the pain isn’t from an inflammatory process

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