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Cycling: Preventing Back, Neck and Joint Pain With Chiropractic Care


Chiropractic Care & Cycling Go Hand-In-Hand Spring is here, and for millions of Americans that signals the start of cycling Read more

Reasons To See A Chiropractor: Chiropractic Care Improves Quality of Sleep


Chiropractic Care Improves Quality of Sleep Common sense tells us that a good night's sleep contributes to good health. How Read more

Consumer Reports Ranks Chiropractic #1 for Back Pain


Chiropractic Named The Top Choice For Back Treatment It's no secret that back pain is one of the most prevalent Read more

9 Reasons To See A Chiropractor: #1


#1: Chiropractic Improves Structural Posture and Enhances Life It's often said that first impressions are the most important. Whether it's Read more

Is Chiropractic The Best Option For Back Pain & Neck Pain?

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At Wellness Way Chiropractic, we’re constantly reminding our Milwaukee-area patients that the order of priority for treating back and neck problems should be chiropractic first, drugs second, and surgery only as a last resort. Chiropractic is one of the best ways to naturally and safely improve your musculoskeletal health, with a growing body of research showing that chiropractic is the best choice for patients suffering from both acute and chronic back pain and neck pain. Read more


The Morning Blend Talks Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy

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Milwaukee’s The Morning Blend Talks Pregnancy & Chiropractic
As many of the mothers-to-be that come to our office from Milwaukee, West Allis, Greenfield, New Berlin and the surrounding areas know, the aches and pains of pregnancy are very real and can be more than just a nuisance. In fact, surveys have shown that over half of all expectant mothers will develop moderate to severe low-back pain at some point during their pregnancies. Read more


Can Children Benefit From Chiropractic Care?

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It’s a common misconception that chiropractic care is only for adults with bad backs, but as many Milwaukee parents who bring their kids to Wellness Way Chiropractic know, pediatric chiropractic care can provide plenty of benefits for children as well. And it’s not just for major health problems! Parents bring their children in for a host of reasons including earaches, ear infections, back and neck pain, digestive disorders, tension headaches, upper respiratory infections, infantile colic, asthma, enuresis (bed wetting), constipation, allergies and general overall wellness.

Chiropractic care for children is becoming increasingly common as evidence supporting the safety and effectiveness of pediatric care grows. In fact, chiropractors will see more than 68 million pediatric visits this year alone. Read more


5 Vitamins And Minerals To Complement Chiropractic Care

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We believe that nutrition plays a vital role for a complete lifetime of health and wellness, which also incorporates chiropractic care, fitness and the food choices you make for you and your family. Chiropractic care is primarily focused on two major body systems – the musculoskeletal system and the nervous system (brain, spinal cord and nerve endings). As with all systems in your body, there are certain nutrients which will safeguard these systems and help boost their overall strength.

Here are some of the dietary nutrients which most directly impact the health of your bones and your nervous system. Read more


Can Chiropractic Help Fibromyalgia?

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What Is Fibromyalgia?
ID-100184375Fibromyalgia is a chronic disorder characterized by widespread pain and hypersensitivity throughout the entire musculoskeletal system. The term comes from the greek words “fibro” (fibers), “myo” (muscle) and “algia” (pain); literally, “pain in the muscle fibers”.

To be diagnosed with fibromyalgia, one must typically experience pain or tenderness at 11 of 18 distinct points on the body and have pain in all four quadrants of the body for a minimum of three months. In addition to pain, those with fibromyalgia commonly suffer from depression, fatigue, and sleep disturbances, as well as joint stiffness, cognitive impairment, dizziness, irritable bowel syndrome, TMJ dysfunction and certain autoimmune disorders.

Reports estimate that as much as 2% of the US population suffers from fibromyalgia, with the disorder affecting women ten times more often than men. Because of it’s prevalence and debilitating symptoms, finding a solution to the disorder is increasingly becoming a priority for health care professionals. Read more