Dr. Justin Hejny is the owner of Hejny Chiropractic in Spring Lake Park, Minnesota. He is a board-certified chiropractor in Atlas Orthogonal Technique.
He finished his undergraduate studies at the University of Wisconsin Eau-Claire. Dr. Hejny took a Biology major and minor in Pre-Professional Sciences. After four years of studying and training, he graduated Cum Laude as a Doctor of Chiropractic at Palmer Chiropractic College.
His mother had a whiplash injury from a car accident and improved her symptoms after receiving specific Atlas Orthogonal Chiropractic care. Her recovery made him decide to pursue specific chiropractic care.
Dr. Hejny earned extensive post-doctoral studies of the upper cervical spine. He was taught by Dr. Roy Sweat, founder of the Atlas Orthogonal Technique.
Vertigo attack is a widespread health concern. It affects millions of Americans, both young and old. If you’re among the people who frequently have vertigo episodes, take our advice and know as much as you can about your symptoms. How does vertigo transpire, and what triggers an attack? Can options like going to a chiropractor for vertigo help you resolve your symptoms? Read our full discussion below. We hope to shed light on vertigo and its various risk factors. This way, you can learn how to manage your symptoms better and find a suitable remedy to use. #1. Age Undoubtedly, [...]
Have you ever experienced feeling intense numbness or pain after sitting for a few minutes? Chances are, you have sciatica, a common back pain problem that causes unilateral pain or tingling on the hips up to the tips of the toes. Harvard Health reported that about 40 percent of people develop sciatica at one point in life. It’s also among the leading complaints of women, especially those in their childbearing age. If you’re part of the statistics and wonder how to get rid of sciatica, our discussion below might help you. We will tackle essential details on sciatica in women [...]
Migraines and pregnancy often come hand in hand due to the hormonal fluctuation in pregnant women's bodies. Unfortunately, frequent migraine attacks during your term can severely impact your daily routine and even cause frustration, irritation, and stress. Thankfully, besides doctor-approved pain relief medications like acetaminophen, you now have other options for pain relief. If you’re among the thousands of pregnant women who experience migraines, the eight natural remedies we listed below, such as aromatherapy and exercising, may provide you with much-needed relief. #1. Getting Enough Sleep Many pregnant women struggle to get good quality sleep at night, especially during the [...]
Have you ever encountered Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS)? If you have, you might be wondering what it is and how different it is from simple fatigue. Some say that this is even one of the neck’s C1 and C2 vertebrae misalignment symptoms. Understanding what this condition is will help you deal with it better. What Are the Different Kinds of Fatigue? Let us delve into each of the three levels: fatigue, chronic fatigue, and chronic fatigue syndrome. 1. Fatigue When you deplete your body’s energy bank at the end of a rather busy day, you probably feel worn out. [...]
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Sciatica refers to the radiating pain that affects the sciatic nerve. In case you didn’t know, it is the long nerve that runs from the low back through the hips, butt, and down each leg. It can hurt the front, outside, and back of either leg. Low back pain is one of its hallmark symptoms. The pain caused by sciatic can be severe in some cases but often subsides within a few weeks without any medical procedure. In general, it affects only one side of the leg but may occasionally cause trouble on both sides. Some sciatica patients experience weakness [...]
Cluster headaches belong to the category of primary headaches. In other words, the most relentless form of headache type. People who experience this may feel nausea. They also have an aura similar to those that come with migraines. At the start of a cluster headache, intense pain usually appears within 5 to 10 minutes and may linger as long as 3 hours. Cluster headaches got their name because of the way they operate: in groups or clusters. They usually occur during the same time of the day or night for a few days or weeks at a time. These painful [...]
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