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31
MAY
2012

Chiropractic Care After the Pain is Gone | Tulsa Chiropractor

One thing you will hear us say a lot in the office is, “pain is the last thing to come and the first thing to go.” This simply means that if you have a problem, pain is usually the last symptom to show up and once you begin treatment, the first symptom to disappear. One of the...
24
MAY
2012

The Truth About Sitting | Tulsa Chiropractor

If you are a patient of ours, you have most likely heard us talking about sitting too long and the importance of taking breaks from sitting every once in a while.  In fact, I talk about this in our “Helping Yourself” section of our website: Sitting creates up to two...
08
MAY
2012

Chiropractic Care for Upper Back Pain | Tulsa Chiropractor

Lower back pain seems to be the most thought of condition that chiropractors treat but upper back pain can be just as prevalent. With more people spending time hunched over their computers not only for work but at home as well, we are seeing this problem increase. This bad...
05
MAR
2012

Chiropractic Care for Your Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Several people around the country and in Tulsa suffer with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS). It is named from the carpal bones in the wrist that form a tunnel around the nerve leading to the hand, is an injury usually associated with and caused by repetitive and forceful movements...
01
MAR
2012

Common Causes of Back Pain

In order to properly treat back pain, you first have to understand what is causing it. There are several conditions that can cause back pain. We have listed some of the more common causes below. We advise against trying to make your own diagnosis. As chiropractors, we deal with...
24
FEB
2012

Do I Really Need to Stretch?

When it comes to working out, stretching is something many of us tend to avoid or skip all together. Whether we say it’s because we don’t have time, we’re impatient or just feel that it is “pointless.” However, it is important that our joints are able to move...
20
FEB
2012

Chiropractic Care for Fibromyalgia | Tulsa Chiropractor

Fibromyalgia is a condition that can be vague. It can be hard to explain and is not well understood. To add to this, there is no known medical cure. Fibromyalgia essentially translates to “muscle fiber pain”. It is characterized by chronic and debilitating pain all over the body,...
19
DEC
2011

Won’t My Back Pain Go Away On Its Own?

Chiropractors treat a wide variety of conditions but the number one problem we see and the one most associated with chiropractic is back pain. According to the ACA, nearly 80% of people will have some type of back pain at some point in their lives. So it may come as no surprise...
29
NOV
2011

Chiropractic and Back Pain Associated with Pregnancy

If you are pregnant and suffering from low back pain, someone has likely  suggested you visit a chiropractor because a chiropractor was able to help them during their pregnancy. This may have left you curious, is that good advice or just a single success story? Additionally, you...
08
AUG
2011

Why One Adjustment Isn’t Enough | Tulsa Chiropractor

Your spine constantly responds to and adapts to both constructive and destructive input. Abnormal mechanics and injury (destructive input) cause a “negative” adaptation resulting in degeneration. Corrective adjustments, and any other constructive input, cause a...
28
JUL
2011

The Adjustment | Tulsa Chiropractor

Joint “manipulation” has been around for a very long time. Thousands of years ago it was done in China and called tui na or “push-grab”. Hippocrates even mentions it in ancient Greece saying, “one or more vertebrae of the spine may or may not go out of place very much. They might...
19
APR
2011

Subluxations | Tulsa Chiropractor

The term subluxation is usually new to most people. It’s not a word you hear very often unless you see a chiropractor. Subluxation, in chiropractic terms, refers to a joint that has become fixated or “stuck” and mispositioned, essentially losing its normal biomechanical...
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