Category Archives for "Conditions"
When most people have headaches they are having tension headaches. It is the most frequent headaches. Tension headache pain usually spreads over the head as if the tension headache sufferer would feel they were wearing a tight band around their head. Researchers divide this type of headache into two types. Chronic and episodic. The episodic tension […]Continue reading
If you’ve ever experienced low back pain from something as simple as taking a bag of groceries out of your car you might be surprised because the pain may be due to the spine be out of alignment and or weak muscles. The low back can usually withstand immense forces without being injured however there […]Continue reading
A program provided by the Foundation for Chiropractic Progress was presented on a webinar that Dr. Jeff Snyder narrated recently. Watch and learn a bit. Then put into action to start or improve upon your exercise routine.Continue reading
There is increasing evidence that supports an association between depression and back pain. A recent study published in Spine, February 2018, found that involved surveys and examinations of over 7,500 Korean adults found that individuals with back pain are almost five-times more likely to have depression. The findings suggest that clinicians should screen low back […]Continue reading
In the March 15th 2017 article in Time Magazine titled Common Pain Meds are Linked to a Higher Risk of Heart Problems, the author speaks of a new study published in the European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy that looked at the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs NSAIDs. It was found that 3376 people who […]Continue reading
Common over-the-counter drugs linked to dementia – CNN.com Benadryl, Demerol, Dimetapp, Dramamine, Paxil, Unisom and VESIcare may be linked with cognitive impairment and increased risk for dementia.Continue reading