Month: April 2018

The Upper Cervical Solution to Post-Concussion Syndrome

Concussions are considered a minor traumatic brain injury (mTBI), but don’t let the word minor fool you. There is nothing minor about the symptoms caused by post-concussion syndrome. How common is this condition? What are the symptoms of post-concussion syndrome? How is this condition related to the neck? We will answer all of these questions […]

The Top 10 Meniere’s Disease Symptoms

There are four primary symptoms that define Meniere’s disease and help to qualify a diagnosis. However, that doesn’t mean these are the only symptoms a person can experience during an episode of this debilitating vestibular condition. What are the top 10 symptoms of Meniere’s disease? We will consider what makes this condition so difficult to […]

Fighting Fibromyalgia and Winning Through Upper Cervical Care

Fibromyalgia is known for causing widespread muscle pain and exhaustion. In addition, if you are suffering from this condition, you may have pain and tenderness throughout your body. Also, it may cause these symptoms: Feeling stiff upon waking Fibro fog – problems thinking and remembering Abnormal headaches Problems getting a good night’s rest Numbness or […]

What Are the Differences Between Fibromyalgia and Lupus?

Fibromyalgia and lupus have many similar symptoms and are both chronic health conditions. However, though many symptoms are similar, these are two different conditions with different prognosis. With that in mind, we’ll take a close look at fibromyalgia and lupus so you can see how they differ. Then we will introduce you to a natural […]

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and 7 Other Conditions That Cause Extreme Fatigue

Getting a chronic fatigue syndrome diagnosis can be a long and difficult process. Why is this the case? Since there is no blood test to diagnose chronic fatigue syndrome, a doctor will want to rule out other possibilities that have fatigue as a primary symptom. What we are going to do today is look at […]

Everything You Need to Know About Ocular Migraines

Migraines affect up to 12% of people, meaning that about 39 million people are dealing with this debilitating neurological condition in the US alone. There are many categories of migraines, and one of those is ocular. What sets this type of a migraine apart? The patient experiences visual symptoms. If that sounds like you or […]

What Is Central Sensitization and How Does It Relate to Fibromyalgia?

If you are suffering from a chronic pain syndrome such as fibromyalgia, then you may have heard or read the term central sensitization. But what does it mean? What role does this condition play in the onset of fibromyalgia? And what causes it? Is it something that is reversible? We will answer these questions in […]

Botox Treatment for Sciatica – Is it a Good Choice?

Sciatica is leg pain that comes from the sciatic nerve. This nerve is the largest in the body and runs from the lower back down the back of each leg. Sciatica describes pain that affects this nerve and can be felt anywhere from the lower back down through the buttocks and into the leg. Usually, […]

5 Ways to Get Neck Pain Relief without Pills

Are you looking for neck pain relief without pills?  Neck pain is one of the most common ailments that people face. In fact, according to one study about 7 in 10 people living in the US will experience neck pain at one time or another. Some even have to deal with chronic neck pain which […]

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