Month: July 2020

What Does Pain on Top of the Head Scalp Mean and How Do You Get Rid of It?

Pain on top of the head scalp or scalp tenderness is associated with various types of headaches and other issues. To be more specific, scalp tenderness often has to do with problems in the nerves that run from the forehead to the back of the neck. Also, certain conditions make these nerves to restrict or […]

Why Do I Get Migraines in The Summer?

Headaches can affect anybody regardless of gender, race, or age. You can even say no one is immune from this condition. The World Health Organization (WHO) reported that 50% of adults worldwide would experience at least one headache in any specified year.  Why do people get headaches? Here are some of the general factors that […]

Why Does My Back Hurt So Much?

If you have been complaining of intense back pain, know for a fact that there are many possible reasons behind it. Back pain is a severe problem worldwide, especially among workers. According to statistics, back pain is the number one cause of disability and absenteeism in the workplace. At least one-half of all working Americans […]

What to Expect From Atlas Orthogonal Technique

Upper cervical chiropractic has a few different methods in its arsenal. The atlas orthogonal technique is one of those. Here, we will focus on the atlas orthogonal method as one of those unique procedures. What Is the Atlas Orthogonal Technique? The atlas orthogonal technique is a very gentle and precise method that corrects any misalignment […]

Can a Chiropractor Help with Vertigo?

Many people ask the question: Can a chiropractor help with vertigo? The answer is simple. Let’s cut to the chase. The answer is, yes! Chiropractors can help with dizziness and vertigo, most especially upper cervical chiropractors. Let’s talk more about vertigo, and how you can get long-lasting and natural vertigo relief. Vertigo The word vertigo […]

Neck Popping: The Risks and Other Crucial Details

When your neck feels stiff, like most people, you want immediate relief. You want to ease your discomfort, especially when you experience neck pain. Therefore, it is a common reaction for most people to do something about their stiff neck or neck pain. Most would start to twist or tilt their heads to the side […]

Can a Chiropractor Help a Herniated Disc?

The vertebrae that compose the spine in your back are cushioned or protected by discs. Each disc has a round shape. It is similar to little pillows with a robust outer layer (annulus) that encompasses the nucleus. These discs work as shock absorbers for the spine's bones, positioned in-between each vertebra in your spinal column. […]

What is Straight Neck Syndrome? A Simple Guide

What is Straight Neck Syndrome? Neck injury at the base of the skull can cause straight neck syndrome. The atlas and axis vertebrae surround and protect the brainstem. Injuries or trauma to the neck cause spinal misalignments and lead to an imbalance in posture due to irritation to the brainstem.  Here are some factors that […]

A Quick Introduction To Blair Chiropractic: Why it Matters

Blair Chiropractic Let us take a quick peek into the Blair Chiropractic technique. It is a focused method of analyzing and correcting misalignments of vertebrae in the spinal column. These vertebrae or bones are prone to misalignments, and when they do, they can interfere with the optimum functions of the brainstem and spinal cord. These […]

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