Month: April 2023

Can Chiropractors Help with Fibromyalgia?

Are you tirelessly seeking a way to alleviate your fibromyalgia pain? Amid the various potential remedies available, one option might have caught your attention - Upper Cervical Care. But, you might be wondering, what does Upper Cervical ChiropracticCare entail? How can chiropractors help with fibromyalgia? If you have a lot of questions or reservations about […]

Unraveling the Mystery of Headaches After Eating

Have you ever been in a situation where you indulged in a sumptuous feast and experienced a dull to intense headache four to five hours after? How many times has it happened? Did you experience it again after enjoying a delightful meal with your loved ones yesterday?  Now, before you feel super worried that you […]

Does Living in a 5G Area Increase Risks for Vertigo?

Are you fascinated by 5G technology but have reservations about using it because of articles you came across about its effects on your balance system? Are you concerned that while it could help you stay connected, it could negatively affect your ability to move around, engage with people in person, and function as an individual? […]

George Ezra Cancels Gig After Vertigo Diagnosis

Do you have moments when you stand still, but the world around you seems to spin out of control? Have you ever felt so dizzy that you couldn't even walk in a straight line? Do you try so hard to perform even the most basic tasks, like getting dressed or making a cup of coffee, […]

Say Goodbye to TMJ Pain by Fixing Your Posture

Do you used to enjoy delicious meals as a treat to yourself, but now dread meal time because chewing brings you unbearable pain? Does the thought of opening your mouth to yawn or talk send shivers down your spine? Do you feel isolated because social events involve food and laughter, two things that now bring […]

Can Concussions Cause Lower Back Pain?

Have you ever suffered a concussion and noticed lower back pain shortly after? You may be wondering, "Why in the heck am I feeling numbness and soreness in the lower back when my injury involved my head?" Indeed, it's difficult to understand what connects these two health mishaps. But, if you work closely with an […]

Migraines in the Manège: Headaches and Horseback Riding

Are you an avid horseback rider? Do you love hearing the rhythmic sound of hooves on the path beneath you, the rustling of the leaves around you, and feeling the gentle breeze on your face as you gallop across the field? It really is all too magical until a splitting headache pierces through your head, […]

Vertigo and Nystagmus: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Have you ever felt like the world around you is spinning, and no matter how hard you try to focus, everything seems to blur and shake? This disorienting sensation is called vertigo, and it affects millions of people worldwide. Now, on top of spinning sensations, do you also happen to experience a rhythmic, involuntary movement […]

Conquering TMJ Pain: A Woman’s Upper Cervical Care Success Story

Have you had alarming jaw pain after munching on crunchy snacks like popcorn, trail mix, or potato chips? Do you have a hard time talking or moving your mouth because the joints holding your jaw bones feel stiff and sore? Are you overwhelmed by the significant diet adjustments you need to make because your jaws […]

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