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Injections Can Be Back BreakingBottom Line:
Did you know researchers have discovered a correlation between epidural steroid injections and spinal fracture risk? Specifically, new studies have indicated that there is a 21% increase in the risk of a patient experiencing a cracked or broken back after receiving an epidural steroid injection. The scary part is, over 9 million of these injections are given every year for spinal pain! Continue Reading »

Posted in Spinal Injections



Can Pain Be a Good ThingBottom Line:
Pain is your body’s way of signaling to you that something needs your attention. In other words, when a problem occurs in your body due to ergonomic stress, spinal imbalance, or degenerative changes, it uses pain to get you to take action and correct the problem. Think of PAIN as your body saying: “Pay Attention Inside Now!”

Believe it or not, pain is usually the last thing to show up and the first thing to leave after an injury. Just because your pain goes away, doesn’t mean the root cause that lead to that pain has been corrected. Many pain relief methods simply mask symptoms. Chiropractic adjustments work to provide pain relief while also correcting the underlying problem. Continue Reading »

Posted in Spinal Injections



Bottom Line: We all know someone who has gone through spine surgery and has just never been the same. They may have gone into surgery hoping for a “quick” fix after 20, 30, or 40 years of neglect, but come out the same or worse than they began. Some people even go through multiple surgeries in a constant hunt to get back their quality of life. Continue Reading »

Posted in Disc Herniations



Bottom Line: Getting older, suffering injuries, and the constant strain of gravity – they all lead to degenerative changes in your spine and your entire body. You may be surprised to learn that even conditions like disc herniations can be a regular part of the aging process. So how do you slow down father time and move on from those pesky aches and pains as you get older? Continue Reading »

Posted in Disc Herniations



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