Author: Dr. Terry McCoskey

Coping with Fibromyalgia After a Mild Head Injury

Can fibromyalgia develop after a mild head injury? This is perhaps one of the most common questions that patients seeking Upper Cervical Care ask the first time they schedule an appointment. And that's because a lot of people with mild traumatic head injuries do experience a plethora of symptoms that are strongly linked to fibromyalgia […]

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 […]

Easy Guide on Eating Your Way to Fewer Migraine Episodes

Are migraines taking over your life? Are you tired of letting them control you? Would you like to learn how to regain control of your life in the most humanly natural and fun way possible? If your answer is yes to all these questions,  you're in the right place! This article will help you on […]

How to Enjoy Running When You Frequently Have Back Pain

Are you a passionate runner who experiences back pain after every jog? Don't let it discourage you! Back pain is a common problem for runners due to various reasons, including Upper Cervical misalignments. In this article, we'll provide valuable tips to help you prevent back pain while running so that you can continue enjoying this […]

New Technology For Vertigo Diagnosis Offers Hope To Patients

Technological advancements may be beneficial for patients in general, including those in need of lasting vertigo relief.

Can Cervical Chiropractors Relieve Neck Pain Caused By Yawning?

If you’ve been experiencing lingering neck pain right after yawning, you might need the help of cervical chiropractors. Learn more about it in our blog.

Exercise and Upper Cervical Care for Fibromyalgia

Fibromyalgia is not an imaginary illness. It's excruciating for fibromyalgia patients not to be taken seriously when their flare-ups happen. If you know someone with fibromyalgia, offering support or being compassionate can make a lot of difference. If you're living with fibromyalgia, please know that you are not alone, and there are ways you can […]

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