Dr. Larry Arbeitman, D.C. is the founder of Upper Cervical Chiropractic of Monmouth in Morganville, New Jersey. He is a licensed chiropractor in the said state and has earned accreditation from the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners.
He completed his first Bachelor of Science degree in Kinesiological Sciences from the University of Maryland College Park, and his second Bachelor of Science degree from Logan University, where he graduated second in class (Magna Cum Laude). He also finished his doctorate at the same school.
At the moment, Dr. Arbeitman provides a series of seminars and lectures on spinal and nervous system care, healthy lifestyle, nutrition and fitness, and other subjects to organizations, educational institutions, and patients. These are his steps to boost the public's awareness about upper cervical care’s unique healing power.
Having an in-depth understanding of what’s causing your neck pain at base of skull is the first step to finding lasting relief. That’s why we believe debunking the most popular neck pain myths that many people still believe in today should be in order. More importantly, we want to spread the message of hope by tackling how you can benefit from an effective natural relief for neck pain. Ready your pen and paper as we start to unravel the truth behind the top 5 myths about neck pain. 1. Neck pains can go away after some time Neckaches, including neck [...]
In Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky franchise, he had his character Rocky Balboa retire from boxing due to a concussion. Later on, when he consulted medical experts about his storyline, he learned that Rocky’s condition, as he wrote in the script, is not exactly enough to force the fictional boxer into retirement. Not all concussions, however, can be belittled or treated lightly. Cases of neck pain after concussion need to be evaluated thoroughly. It is vital to fully know the symptoms, implications, and possible remedies or relief available for this kind of health condition. Studies show that at least 90% of boxers [...]
Vertigo is a type of dizziness that involves the unnatural feeling of movement or spinning. We can induce vertigo in ourselves without realizing it. It occurs when you spin in circles for some time or get on a ride in an amusement park. However, vertigo diagnosis comes as no surprise for real sufferers as they are used to it. Vertigo can hit patients without notice and vanish just as fast. Sometimes it lingers for a few hours more or days. Typical Signs and Symptoms of Vertigo What symptoms suggest a possible vertigo? Tinnitus or hearing loss Nausea and vomiting [...]
Patients who complain of their low back pain often wonder why the pain exists. In many cases, sciatica is the culprit. Low back pain from sciatica can be debilitating and very disturbing. Countless people continuously look for natural care, opting out of medication, fearing the possible side effects they may encounter. Medication can help, but only temporarily. Also, whenever the drug’s potency wears off, low back pain most likely comes back, and often, it may even recur with a vengeance. Would you like to know how to recognize sciatica based on symptoms and determine if there are other natural and [...]
Neck pain tends to appear without warning. One moment you feel excellent. The next, your mood may suddenly change due to neck pain, and it is not a fun feeling at all. Nobody wants to have prolonged engagement with neck pain. Do you want to learn a few self-massage techniques to beat neck pain as best as possible? You will need only your two hands and a bath towel. Let’s do this. We are hoping that you will find much value in these self-massage procedures. May they help you get neck pain relief anytime and anywhere you can perform them. [...]
Only about 0.2% of people in the US have Meniere’s disease. So while vertigo is extremely common as a symptom, this condition that causes it is rather rare. On the other hand, while many people with vertigo never find out the underlying cause, Meniere’s disease is rather easy to detect. While there is no direct test for Meniere’s disease, it does have a set of symptoms that make it easier to identify. Here are the four primary symptoms of Meniere’s disease. Vertigo While vertigo occurs with dozens of diseases and syndromes, the severity of vertigo associated with Meniere’s helps to [...]
There are few health problems that are more common than back pain. According to some estimates, as much as 80% of people may experience a back issue at some point during life. Many back problems become chronic, and the pain is one of the leading causes of disability globally. Therefore, it makes sense that researchers wanted to examine the efficacy of ibuprofen for back pain. We’re going to take a look at the common medications provided for back pain. Then we will look at the research and whether it reveals ibuprofen for back pain can really help. Finally, we will [...]
About 80% of people will experience lower back pain at one time or another in life. If your back pain is chronic and affecting your daily life, what can you do to take control? We are going to look at some of the things that trigger lower back pain. Some are avoidable and others you just need to know how to deal with. Then we will discuss a natural way to get lower back pain help that addresses a potential underlying cause. Lower Back Pain Trigger #1 – Smoking The nicotine in cigarettes messes with blood flow in the body. [...]
Vertigo is a term often thrown around to refer to many things such as feeling dizzy or a fear of heights, but these are misuses of the word. To understand better what vertigo is – and what it isn’t – let’s define this common symptom. Having a better understanding of vertigo would also make way for better relief alternatives and results. Vertigo – What It Is Vertigo is the false sense of movement or spinning of either yourself or the environment. The movement may differ for every person suffering from it. Some patients describe a spinning or whirling feeling, while [...]
There is no doubt that a pinched nerve can be extremely painful and troublesome. A nerve can get pinched when too much pressure is placed upon it by surrounding tissues. Nerves can be pinched or irritated by nearby bones, muscles, tendons, and cartilage, disrupting the nerve’s ability to function. In general, nerves perform one of two functions: they carry signals about movement (motor nerve) or sensation (sensory nerves). Depending on the characteristics of the impacted nerve, a person may experience pain, numbness, tingling, and weakness. How Does A Pinched Nerve Happen and What are the Symptoms? The nerves in your [...]