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08
NOV
2017

The 3 Most Common Types of Back Pain & How Chiropractic Care Can Help | Tulsa Chiropractor

If you suffer from back pain you’re not alone. In fact, about 80% of all people will have back pain at some point and it is one of the most common reasons for missed work, and the second most common reason for visiting a doctor (only behind upper respiratory infections). So why...
24
JUL
2017

Chiropractic Care for Degenerative Disc Disease | Tulsa Chiropractor

Almost everybody that has experienced or knows somebody that has chronic back pain has heard the term “degenerative disc disease”. Many see this as a diagnosis or problem that is causing symptoms. As chiropractors, we see this as a symptom to the real, underlying problem. The...
05
JAN
2017

An Adjustment vs. Cracking Your Own Back

So what’s the real difference between getting adjusted and cracking your own back? They usually sound the same and sometimes feel the same too. In fact, sometimes when you crack your own back it actually feels better. So, what’s the difference? It’s YUGE! First off, many people...
22
DEC
2016

Don’t Fear the “Pop” | Tulsa Chiropractor

It’s not uncommon and really not surprising that some people would be afraid to be adjusted. It’s different and unfamiliar and you’re trusting someone to make a rapid movement to your spine which usually creates a loud crack. How could someone possibly remain calm with this...
23
JUN
2014

ABOVE DOWN INSIDE OUT | Tulsa Chiropractor

Innate intelligence is a powerful thing. It is that thing within you that allows your body to heal itself. Nothing else in this world can do that. This process occurs from ABOVE DOWN, INSIDE OUT. It may sound funny or confusing but it is a very simple phrase that helps to express...
12
DEC
2013

Boosting Your Immune System with Chiropractic | Tulsa Chiropractor

Your body’s immune system is a defense mechanism that is designed to repel bacterial and viral infections and anything else that may cause you harm. Fortunately, our immune system wins most of the time, sometimes without us even knowing it, but there are times it struggles a bit....
14
JUN
2012

The Importance of Good Posture | Tulsa Chiropractor

Not many people think about their posture on a daily basis. Many of us are too busy to even consider it.  But your posture is much more important than you think.  Bad posture can turn into pain and sometimes even contribute to more serious conditions. For most people, bad posture...
08
JUN
2012

5 Chiropractic Myths Busted | Tulsa Chiropractor

There is a lot about chiropractic that is misunderstood or misconstrued and much of the false and inaccurate information out there is found right here on the internet. There is often a misconception of what chiropractors actually do and why they do it. Hopefully this infographic...
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...
18
MAY
2012

Why Does My Back “Go Out” When All I Did Was _____________?

There is a reason for this as with everything else, and it makes sense once you understand the reason. First of all, your back doesn’t really “go out”. It is still inside your body and the vertebra is still in your spine. What is really happening is that the vertebra has...
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...
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...