Month: June 2018

Upper Cervical Care to Help Torticollis Sufferers

Neck pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal conditions that people face. Torticollis is one of the most painful conditions that cause neck pain. What is torticollis? How does it develop? And is there any way to get natural relief from the excruciating pain? Read on to learn that there is hope for torticollis […]

What Is Trigeminal Neuralgia and What Role Does the Neck Play?

Trigeminal Neuralgia is a condition that involves the trigeminal nerve. This is the nerve that is related to sensations in the face. As a result, this is an incredibly painful condition that can be triggered by the simplest of things such as smiling chewing. What are the symptoms and causes of trigeminal neuralgia? If the […]

Can Upper Cervical Chiropractic Boost Sports Performance?

Athletes are always looking for the next way to gain a competitive advantage. Is upper cervical chiropractic care the wave of the future? Let's take a look at some research that reveals a correlation between upper cervical chiropractic and improvement in sports performance. Hand-Eye Coordination – Vital for Every Sport You will probably agree that […]

Tourette Syndrome and the Upper Cervical Spine

Tourette syndrome (TS) is a neurological condition that is popular for producing both vocal tics as well as repetitive movements. TS often becomes apparent in childhood when the first symptoms arise, generally between 3 to 9 years of age. What are the symptoms of Tourette syndrome? Is it hereditary? Is there any hope for a […]

Tinnitus and the Relationship to Upper Neck Problems

Upper Cervical Chiropractor and Tinnitus Neck pain and tinnitus? Tinnitus refers to a ringing, buzzing, whistling, or rushing sound in the ear. “Do you hear that ringing sound, or is it just me?” If you find yourself asking this question (even if you don’t ask out loud), the problem could be tinnitus. Why does tinnitus […]

Upper Cervical Chiropractic for Neck Tendonitis

Tendonitis is an injury that can occur in the neck, especially when repetitive motion happens. Tendons connect the muscles to the bones. This is what allows the muscles to move the body. But if a tendon becomes inflamed, it can result in every little movement becoming painful. Today, we are going to pay particular attention […]

Vertigo: The Relationship of Motor Output and Balance

Have you ever rolled over in bed and had the feeling that the room was spinning? Children often bring on vertigo by spinning around and around until they fall down. To them it’s fun. But as an adult, it is not fun to be driving your car and suddenly feel a spinning sensation. Vertigo attacks […]

About Migralepsy: Are Migraines and Seizures Related?

Migraines and seizures often occur in conjunction with one another. The term migralepsy describes this. In this article, we are going to look closely at what migraines are, what epilepsy is, and how the two may be connected. Then, we will discuss a way to care for them both. Migraine Symptoms Migraines are primary headache […]

Migraines -- Vascular or Neurological Origins? Are Both Involved?

Migraines are known for causing severe pulsating or throbbing pain often only on one side of the head. If you have a migraine, you may also experience nausea and vomiting, extreme sensitivity to sound, certain strong odors, and dizziness or vertigo (a spinning sensation). They can last for a few hours or many days and […]

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