Shoulder Pain

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

Too Much Time On Twitter & Facebook Can Cause Back Pain

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Kids are spending more time now than ever before sitting in front of computer screens as they work on homework, check social media, surf the internet and watch videos on YouTube. However, all that computer usage is taking a toll on teens’ spines, as recent studies show that children and teenagers who spend too much time sitting are at increased risk of developing neck and back pain. What’s more, studies suggest that children who experience back pain often develop chronic problems. Read more

Why Your Purse or Handbag Could Be The Source of Your Pain

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Your purse is stylish, your laptop bag is professional, that diaper bag is practical and your backpack is the epitome of cool. But carrying the wrong kind of bag, or even carrying the right kind of bag in the wrong way, could also be the source of your neck, back and shoulder pain. In fact, in some cases it can even lead to headaches, nerve damage, and long-term postural abnormalities.

In fact, handbags are one of the biggest culprits for chronic injuries in today’s women, and it’s no surprise why. The purses of today look more like army rucksacks than the tasteful clutches or utilitarian handbags of previous generations. If you carried a ten pound bowling ball around in a bag all day, every day, on the same shoulder, you wouldn’t be shocked to hear that it’s going to strain your back and neck. But many women carry around ten pound handbags every day, and unless the act of carrying it causes immediate pain, it often goes unnoticed. Read more