Complementary Medicine Treatments For Bipolar Disorder

Having bipolar disorder can be unpredictable and downright scary sometimes. Your moods can shift and become extreme at virtually any time, and they can be hard to control even with the help of medication. Whether you are currently on prescription medication or not for your bipolar disorder, you may be looking for some complementary medicine options to supplement your conventional bipolar treatments. Get to know some of the complementary medicine treatment options that can help you manage your bipolar disorder. [Read More]

Is Your Posture Out Of Whack? How To Correct Tech Neck

Have you heard of tech neck? Also known as forward head thrust or texting neck, tech neck is a when a person sustains damage from craning their neck to look at a computer, phone, or another device. Your ears should line up with your shoulders and hips. When your head thrust forward, you can actually add 10 lb. of pressure on your spine, or more! This extra pressure can lead to physical pain, such as pinched nerves, sore muscles, disc injuries, etc. [Read More]

Consciously Perform These Everyday Motions To Identify Limitations That Could Call For Chiropractic Care

As you go through the countless small and large movements that you make each day, it can be easy to not notice how your body responds. If you have an injury or some sort of pain, you might be used to subconsciously limiting the range of motion of the affected area, or you may even try to avoid performing certain types of movement at all. This behavior can be limiting, and get in the way of activities that should be pleasurable. [Read More]

3 Ways Low Estrogen Levels Can Hurt Your Bones

Bone pain is a common complaint of both men and women, and can be caused by many different things. One of the most common causes of bone pain is arthritis, and can affect both men and women equally. Advancing age, playing sports, nutritional deficits, and infections can also cause bone pain. While usually not serious, bone pain that fails to resolve after conservative treatments such as analgesic use, proper nutrition, infection resolution, and proper nutritional intake, should be evaluated by your chiropractor and primary physician. [Read More]