Posts made in January, 2017

Your Spine after a Car Accident

Posted on Jan 30, 2017

If you ever wondered how people injured their spine, it’s likely that they were in a car accident. Indeed, according to the Mayo Clinic, car accidents are one of the leading causes of spinal injuries. So what typically happens to your spine after a car accident? Basically, your muscles and joints have received a quick and intense shock. This trauma moved them into odd positions. Thus, the person has pain. Most likely, a car crash ends...

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Osteoporosis Chiropractor Forest Lake

Posted on Jan 23, 2017

We’ve got bones that help our bodies function properly. What happens when the body, though, loses too much bone, makes too little bone, or both? When then happens, it’s called osteoporosis. It’s a bone disease. Obviously, it’s not something you’d want to have, yet it’s all-too-common. Some 54 million Americans have osteoporosis! Did you know that osteoporosis means “porous bone?” Normal, healthy bones are dense. People with...

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If you were able to see what’s under your skin, you’d notice your spine. It’s made up of 33 individual bones. They’re stacked one on top of the other in what’s called the spinal column. The spine (and these bones) provide the support your body needs to do everyday activities, like standing up, bending and twisting your body as needed. When you strain or injure a part of this structure, you’ll feel pain. Most people visit a...

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Delivering A Healthy Baby

Posted on Jan 6, 2017

When a woman gets pregnant, her body changes. She can no longer fit into her “normal” pants. Her belly gets bigger. There’s strain on various parts of her body because, well, there’s a child growing inside of her. Men might never understand what it’s like, but many women know that having another human being growing inside of them is like no other experience in the world! Chiropractic care has helped countless women feel better through...

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Forest Lake Ear Infections Doctor

Posted on Jan 2, 2017

Did you ever wonder why it seems little kids are more prone to getting ear infections than adults? Ear infections occur when a bacterial or viral infection messes with a person’s middle ear, just behind the eardrum. Essentially, pain is caused by inflammation and fluid build up in this particular spot. Inside your ear are what’s known as “Eustachian tubes.” If and when these become blocked, fluid builds up in your middle ear....

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