Can Chiropractic help whiplash?
posted: Feb 26, 2015.Absolutely. We are experts at treating Whiplash. Chiropractic adjustments to realign and restore motion to vertebrae of the neck are essential. Combined with massage and physical therapy exercise Chiropractic is the Read more
What is Whiplash?
posted: Feb 19, 2015.Whiplash is fairly simple. It is basically a neck sprain/strain that occurs when the head and torso are thrust in opposite directions in a very quick manner. The neck is Read more
Foods that are considered to increase inflammation:
posted: Feb 12, 2015.American cheese, bacon, bologna, bratwurst, brownies, (white) breads – including buns, rolls and bagels, butter, cake, candy, cereals, cheese (American, cheddar, creamed, gouda, jack, mozzarella, provolone, Swiss) cookies, corn chips, Read more
Foods that are considered to decrease inflammation:
posted: Feb 12, 2015.Acai, amaranth, anchovies, apples, apricots, arugula, artichokes, asparagus, avocado, bananas, beans (green beans, black beans, kidney beans, garbanzo beans, pinto beans, lima beans, soy beans), bean sprouts, beets, berries (blackberries, Read more
What is an anti-inflammatory diet?
posted: Jan 29, 2015.The best way to start looking at the anti-inflammatory diet is from the perspective of fatty acid balance. Research has clearly demonstrated that an imbalance in omega-6 (n-6) and omega-3 Read more
Can a Chiropractor help with Whiplash and Auto Injuries?
posted: Jan 22, 2015.Recent studies show that Chiropractic treatment shows effectiveness in treating acute neck pain as a result of Whiplash as well as back pain caused by motor vehicle accidents. Studies have shown Read more
Oregon Governer Declares October Chiropractic and Wellness Month
posted: Oct 16, 2013.When is the last time you saw your chiropractor? Millions of Americans rely on their DC’s to provide pain relief, wellness advice and preventive care, and that’s why October is Read more
Dispelling the Myths That You Cannot be Injured in a "Low Impact" Auto Accident
posted: May 20, 2013.Who but an insurance company would be arrogant enough to seriously try to contend that there is a relationship (a scientific correlation no less) between the amount of visible property Read more