Tag: musculoskeletal pain

Chiropractic care for neck and back problems first? Here’s the evidence that has been ignored for years.

Chiropractic care for neck and back problems first? Here’s the evidence that has been ignored for years. The evidence for visiting a chiropractor first has been building for years. As it’s been said, who you see first for a problem will determine the safety, effectiveness, and cost.   Chiropractors, who are physician-level providers specialize in the primary care holistic approach to the musculoskeletal system. Their unique skills of combining exercise, myofascial work and manipulation have been shown to be very effective at improving solving physical problems without the use of drugs, surgeries or other invasive methods. Follow the evidence…  “The pathway Read More »

Vertigo, dizziness and balance problems improve following chiropractic office visits; here’s why.

Vertigo, dizziness and balance problems improve following chiropractic office visits; should you visit a chiropractor first? Many people experience vertigo and dizziness, and the problem seems to come out of nowhere. Often, when the problem fails to go away, many people head to the Otolaryngologist (ears, nose and throat specialist) since problems in the inner ear are often associated with the condition. Many of us believe that something serious must be wrong, including a brain lesion, or a problem in the inner ear, yet most tests including MRI scans are negative and are simply not helpful. In reality, only a Read More »

Musculoskeletal pain is treated best by chiropractic according to a new article

Musculoskeletal pain is treated best by chiropractic according to a new article When you have pain in the back, or the shoulder, or the knees, or the ankles, who do you think of going to first? It is a fact that the person you see first for these types of problems will determine the treatment, cost and your overall experience with resolving the problem. Many people go visit their primary doctor first, since they assume that they would know how to diagnose them and offer them relief. Most are unaware that while most family physicians are happy to evaluate them, Read More »