Dr. Conrad Trapp is a NUCCA doctor and the founder and owner of Trapp Spinal Care. Together with his wife, Debbie, Dr. Trapp helps patients experience lasting relief from cervical subluxation-related symptoms, disorders, and diseases. Dr. Trapp was a chiropractic patient back in 1981 because of his persistent low back pain problem. Inspired by the natural and holistic healing that he has experienced first-hand, he decided to take up chiropractic education at Palmer College of Chiropractic. In 1996 he completed his Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Chiropractic degrees and graduated Cum Laude. Then, in 1997 he established his practice, Trapp Spinal Care. Currently, Dr. Conrad is pursuing his Part III NUCCA certification to become an official Board of Directors of the famed chiropractic organization.

Technique/s: Upper Cervical Care, NUCCA

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Blogs by Dr. Conrad Trapp

Men and Migraine: What You Need To Know

Over the years, people have been breaking barriers and old beliefs. One of which is showing men's vulnerability, which includes expressing pain and discomfort. While some may still think that expressing pain and discomfort is not "manly," we would like to stress that it's essential to acknowledge all kinds of pain and discomfort regardless of gender, and self-care is for everyone. Migraine affects as many as 15% of Americans today, approximately 47 million people, and 75% of them are known to be women. Hormones play a crucial role in triggering migraine, and it's one of the reasons why women experience [...]

FDA Approves Wearable Device for Patients with Fibromyalgia

Last month, the FDA approved using the newly launched neuromodulation device for fibromyalgia relief. Essentially, the device works by stimulating the sensory nerve in the legs. Patients need to wrap around the sleeve of the device on one of the legs. Then, they can control the electrode settings and monitor the progress of their therapy sessions using a mobile application on their iOS or Android phones.  Clinical studies on the efficacy of the new TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) device show promising results, especially for patients who are already using other methods for relief, including fibromyalgia chiropractic.   How Neuromodulation [...]

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