Month: July 2019

Patient’s Guide to Living with Fibromyalgia

Chronic and widespread pain may be the number one symptom associated with living with fibromyalgia, but it is far from the only symptom that makes this disorder so debilitating. Other symptoms that can have a significant impact on your day to day activities can include insomnia, fibro fog, fatigue, tender points, numbness or tingling in […]

Fibromyalgia and the Gut – Is There a Connection?

Fibromyalgia is a health condition that causes pain all over the body. In addition, it results in fatigue, difficulties with sleep, and cognitive issues.  Across the United States, an estimated 4 million people have fibromyalgia. This affects their ability to wake up feeling refreshed, work at their job, or care for their family. Certainly, it […]

Scoliosis and Chiropractic: Is Chiro the Natural Solution?

To have a proper discussion on scoliosis and chiropractic, we need to begin by asking the question: What is scoliosis? After answering that question, we will take a closer look at some of the possible causes of scoliosis. Then, we will address some of the research that discusses scoliosis and chiropractic care. What Is Scoliosis? […]

Vertigo in Pregnancy: 5 Things You Need to Know to Cope

Pregnancy comes along with many emotional highs and lows. You have the immense joy of knowing that your new baby is forming inside of you. There are also negative experiences, such as morning sickness. Many also experience dizziness in pregnancy or even vertigo. How can you cope when experiencing vertigo in pregnancy? Here are five […]

Neck Muscle Spasms: Why They Happen and How to Stop Them

Neck muscle spasms can can be debilitating, when they occur, it can cause intense neck pain, a loss in your normal range of motion or even torticollis. The pain of neck spasms can range from a dull ache to sharp, stabbing pain.  Most people experience waking up with a painful, stiff neck that makes it […]

How the Straightening of the Cervical Spine Impacts Health

Straightening of the cervical spine? If you are coping with neck or back pain, it may be the result of the straightening of your cervical spine (neck). What causes a straight neck? How do some people end up with a reverse curve in the neck? How can these conditions impact not only spine pain but […]

Headache Locations and Their Meaning

What is the significance of different headache locations? A reported 90% of men and 95% of women will have at least one headache per year.  Believe it or not, there are approximately 300 types of headaches. Based on the location of your headache, you can narrow down which type of head pain you’re experiencing.  Below, […]

Answers to the Most Searched Questions on Migraines

Many people think of a migraine simply as a terrible headache.  While a severe, throbbing headache is its common characteristic, there are also many other symptoms that come along with migraines. This article can be helpful for many categories of people: Those who have lived with chronic migraine People who care for a loved one […]

Explaining the Similar Symptoms Between Migraines and Stroke

Hemiplegic migraines can cause confusing and scary symptoms for a person. The symptoms of these migraines are like stroke in many ways. In fact, the world hemiplegic itself means experiencing paralysis on one side of the body. What are some of the other symptoms of a hemiplegic migraine? Are there other similarities between migraines and […]

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