5 Common Myths And Misconceptions About Chiropractic Care And Back Pain Treatment

Posted on: 11 December 2019

Your chiropractor may recommend spinal adjustments, alongside massage therapy, diet management and exercise therapy as part of your back pain treatment plan. It works, but unfortunately, many people miss out because of allowing themselves to buy into certain myths and untruths. Here is a rundown of some of the common myths about seeking chiropractic care for back pain treatment. 1.    It's Too Painful You may hear that crack or pop during an adjustment but that's not to say that it will be painful.
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The Importance Of Having Your Tailor's Bunion Treated If You have Diabetes

Posted on: 10 October 2019

If you live with either type 1 or type 2 diabetes, you are probably already aware of the importance of looking after the health of your feet. The wide-ranging effects diabetes can have the body make your feet particularly vulnerable to damage and infection, and diabetic people should seek prompt, professional treatment for even mild foot maladies. Tailor's bunions on the feet can be uncomfortable and unsightly but generally, aren't dangerous to people who don't suffer from diabetes.
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Why Have a Return-to-Sport Test on Your Injured Knee?

Posted on: 30 August 2019

If you're having treatment for a knee injury and you play a sport regularly, then your rehabilitation clinic may talk to you about having a return-to-sport test. What does this test involve and is it a good idea? What Is a Return-to-Sport Test? A return-to-sport test can assess the condition of an injured knee. This testing looks at how the injury is healing and how likely it is that it will recur if you start playing your sport again now.
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Different Types of Physical Therapy That You Can Consider

Posted on: 15 July 2019

Have you ever felt consistent pain, and no matter what you do, it will not go away? Or did you injure yourself or come from surgery, and you want to recover fast? Well, consider trying physical therapy. When most people hear the word physical therapy, what immediately comes in mind is that their bodies have a problem that requires immediate rehabilitation. And, this notion is a little far from the truth.
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