Auto Accident – Sam’s Story

Be Proactive About Your Health After an Auto Accident!

Here’s a story you might like to know. It’s a true story, but Sam is not a patient at this office.

Sam, a 43-year-old man, was injured in an auto accident, during which his car was rear-ended by another vehicle. This happens all the time to people, but most people don’t take it seriously. In this case, Sam was taken to an emergency room by ambulance (it was a terrible accident), complaining of neck and mid-back pain. The X-rays showed no fractures, so what do you think the hospital did?

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Sinusitis and Chiropractic Care

Does Chiropractic Care Help Sinusitis?

It absolutely does! But first, let’s begin with some facts: Sinusitis causes inflammation of the tissues surrounding the sinuses, which are eight hollow cavities in the skull. Sinuses are located in the cheekbones, in the forehead, between the eyes, and behind the nasal cavity. Approximately 37 million Americans suffer from at least one episode each year. The most common form, acute sinusitis, occurs when fluid blocks the tissues lining the sinuses and often leads to a bacterial infection. Cold-like symptoms, such as a runny nose and headache, accompany acute sinusitis and last for a maximum of four weeks. Treatments include decongestants and nasal sprays.

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Hip Pain

Hip Pain

Do you have hip pain? Does someone you know have it? If so, I want you to realize something: it can get worse. Hopefully, you want to do whatever it takes to avoid this happening to you or someone you care about. It may just be hip pain right now, but if you don’t take care of it now there’s a good chance that you can end up having to use a walker, a scooter, or a cane.

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Chronic Inflammation

Chronic Inflammation

Chronic inflammation is being discussed a lot lately, but the average person may not know much about this mysterious condition that’s the cause of some of the deadliest health conditions known to man.  That’s right, I said some of the deadliest health conditions known to man.

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