Month: April 2017

Vertigo, Motion Sickness, and Upper Cervical Chiropractic

When most people think about vertigo, there are two mistaken conceptions. First, many confuse this condition with a fear of heights. But don’t let the movie Vertigo (a Hitchcock film about a man with a fear of heights) fool you. It has nothing to do with altitude. Second, many think that vertigo just means that […]

The Cause of Sciatica and Solution to Sciatic Nerve Pain

Sciatica is a feeling of pain, numbness, or tingling that occurs due to a pinched sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is massive and extends from the lower back down each leg. As a result, sciatica can cause different symptoms from patient to patient depending on the part of the nerve being compressed. The following symptoms […]

Why Migraine Sufferers Need to Maintain Hope

When a person suffers from migraines on a regular basis, finding relief may start to feel like searching for the holy grail. One may begin to wonder if any real relief even exists. After all, it can be an emotional strain to get one’s hopes up every time a new medication is approved only to […]

Weight Regulation and Other Ways to Relieve Migraines

Migraines affect about 12% of the population, but scientists are still looking for the underlying cause. A recent study actually shed some light on a potential risk factor that just raises even more questions. What is the risk factor, and what are the implications? How Unhealthy Weight Affects This Neurological Condition Migraine studies about this […]

A Neural Signature May Be the Future of Fibromyalgia Diagnosis

Fibromyalgia is a frustrating condition that causes pain, sleepless nights, and has been linked to increased occurrence of depression and anxiety. Even the diagnosis process is frustrating. Since the symptoms of the condition are very similar to other conditions, diagnosis is often one of exclusion. A person needs to test negative for numerous other conditions […]

What We Learn About Meniere’s Disease from a TV Star

Meniere’s disease is a health condition that causes vertigo, tinnitus, and hearing loss. Despite being a rather rare health condition, several actors and singers have revealed they are battling this vestibular condition. One case that some are familiar with is that of Katie Leclerc, who played a deaf girl on the recently completed TV series […]

Post-Concussion Care—Why Rest Is Not the Answer

A study involving concussions and post-concussion patients showed that rest is not necessarily the best medicine. In fact, the study revealed that patients who took a week off to recover following a concussion were more likely to develop post-concussion symptoms. According to the study, when physical activity resumed before one week, nearly a third of […]

The Benefits of Upper Cervical Chiropractic for Back Pain

  Upper Cervical Chiropractic for Back Pain Back pain is both one of the most common reasons for a person to go to the doctor and one of the most common reasons for a physician to write a script for highly-addictive pain medications. Because of this, researchers are constantly on the lookout for alternative ways […]

Natural Solution to Low Back Pain Via Adjustments, Exercise

Back pain is one of the most common ailments globally, but did you know that there is a gentle and natural way to get relief? We’re going to look at 3 exercises that can strengthen your lower back as well as a subspecialty of chiropractic that provides adjustments without the popping or twisting. Read on […]

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