Rolfing: What To Know

In your search for a solution to chronic pain, you might think you've tried every possible option until you come across the term "rolfing." This method is becoming more popular, but a lot of people just don't know anything about it. If the word intrigues you and you're open to trying something new to help with your pain, here's what to know. What Is It? Rolfing is named after the woman who created the method, Dr. Read More 

Benefits of Chiropractic Treatment

Chiropractors are heath care providers that treat muscle and nerve problems by working with and manipulating the patient's spine. Much controversy surrounds the chiropractic practice, due to the fact that chiropractors are not the same as medical doctors. However, danger or injury related to chiropractic treatment is rare overall, and it is widely considered safe and healthy. For those with neuromuscular disorders, it is best to think of chiropractic treatment as complementary medicine in addition to a doctor's treatment. Read More 

4 Ways to Sleep Better at Night

If you've been having trouble getting adequate rest at night, you are literally tired of spending all day in a brain fog of exhaustion. Besides seeing your doctor for a sleep aid, what are some things you can do make restful sleep at night a reality? Here are four things you can do to help improve the length and quality of your sleep. 1. See a physical therapist or chiropractor. Read More 

Answering A Few Questions About Pediatric Chiropractic Care

To function correctly, your body's joints must be perfectly balanced and aligned. Unfortunately, there are a number of problems and issues that can cause the body's joints to become misaligned. This issue can be especially problematic for children because these misalignments can be more pronounced in their rapidly growing bodies. If you have not seriously considered this option, the following answers to common questions should help you to make an informed choice for your child's needs. Read More 

Signs And Symptoms Of 2 Serious Car Accident Injuries

According to the Association for Safe International Road Travel, approximately 2.35 million Americans are injured or even disabled in vehicle accidents every year. Thankfully, in many cases these injuries are nothing more than a few scrapes and bruises or a broken bone. In other cases, however, the passenger suffers a more serious injury that requires immediate assistance. Here are two of the most common and potentially dangerous injuries that are sustained in automobile accidents: Read More