• disc injury screenshot

    Common Disc Injuries We See in Our Office The most common injury that we see in our office has to do with the disc that sits in between two vertebrae.[...]

  • Our back is made up of many intricate soft tissues that surround and protect the spine. These structures help us move and stabilize, and most rely on them numerous times daily. We put intense pressure on the back because it works while sedentary and active.

  • Our Favorite Neck Exercise! We wanted to go over one of the most commonly used exercises in our office, something we call chin retractions. It's something we use to get[...]

  • A car accident is a traumatic experience, even when it’s a relatively harmless one. There’s a lot of emotion and adrenalin that can take a toll but add injury, financial burdens, property loss, and all the rest, and you’ve got a lot to deal with.

  • man breathing

    Are You Breathing Correctly? Breathing is something we all do everyday and all day long. We actually take roughly around 20,000 breaths a day. With that many a day there[...]

  • Chiropractors are well-studied and trained with a deep understanding of how the joints, muscles, ligaments, and tendons function. When these things are fully operational and working together, the body can perform as it’s meant to.

    For those who are physically active and work their body to excess, chiropractic care is an excellent resource for ensuring your body stays healthy, strong, and pain-free, all of which increase athletic performance.

  • running injury

    Running Injury Prevention Running has become one of the most common forms of physical activity in today’s society. It can be a community building activity, a personal challenge and most[...]

  • man in sciatica pain

    What is Sciatica?

    “Sciatica” is an umbrella term commonly used by healthcare providers and common folk alike to describe a radiating pattern of pain or sensory disturbance (numbness, tingling) down the backside of a leg. These symptoms can be concentrated in the glute or be felt as distal as the foot in some cases.

    Inherently, “Sciatica” relates to the Sciatic nerve. The Sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the human body. It is effectively a bundle of nerve roots from the lumbar and sacral spine region (L4-S3). The Sciatic nerve and its eventual branches (Tibial, Common Fibular) innervate most of the muscles throughout the posterior thigh and leg. range of possible injuries to an intervertebral disc. This can include many common diagnostic terms such as herniations or bulges. Discs can cause Sciatica pain by way of referral or by making direct contact on lumbar nerve roots (radicular pain).

  • man in pain

    What is Pain? Stuart McGill, Ph.D. is one of the leading experts in the world on back pain and biomechanics of the spine. His book, “Back Mechanic: The secrets to[...]

  • 80% of Americans will deal with neck pain at some point in their life. Neck pain is even more common these days. We spend hours every day looking at screens, and most[...]