Mar 222013
 

Athletes go through extensive training and habitually drive their bodies beyond the limit, and their strength and overall health determines their athletic performance. Professional players invest in various kinds of therapies to improve their muscle strength or to aid in the treatment and prevention of injuries. Chiropractic care provides an approach that is beneficial for …read more

Feb 222013
 

Do you know how the medications you are taking work? Knowing the mechanism of action of your medications is an important part in maintaining a healthy lifestyle. When you know how your medicine works, you are more cognizant of potential side effects. Read this article to learn how commonly utilized OTC medications work and what …read more

Feb 222013
 

One of the major causes of sciatica pain is a chronically tight piriformis muscle. The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body, and it controls many functions in the back of the leg, including pain sensation and muscle movement. Nerves are very delicate structures, and even a small amount of pressure on the …read more

Feb 222013
 

Although most people assume stress is merely an emotional response because it is the most recognizable manifestation of stress, stress also causes chemical and physical changes in the body. Stress occurs in three recognizable stages termed the alarm phase, the resistance phase, and the relaxation phase. Under normal situations, the body is able to proceed …read more

Feb 192013
 
What do you know about Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a very common pain syndrome affecting approximately 20% of the population. CTS occurs when the median nerve becomes inflamed within the carpal tunnel which is formed by the carpal, or wrist, bones and the transverse carpal ligament. In addition to the median nerve, all of the flexor tendons of the …read more