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The Benefits of Chiropractic Care for Athletic Recovery

You understand that pushing your physical potential is necessary for athletic success. But all that vigorous exercise can wear down your body. It can cause discomfort, poor performance, and injuries.

A Guide to Herniated Disc Treatments with Spinal Decompression

Chronic back pain and its accompanying symptoms can impact your daily life. That can cause you to seek relief and occupy your daily thoughts. You do not have to opt for a surgical solution or accept a fate of chronic lumbar discomfort. Instead, consider exploring Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression therapy. A trained doctor can prescribe this non-surgical option whenever deemed necessary.

Chiropractic Treatment for Injuries from Car Accidents

When you least expect it, but almost everyone that has the misfortune to get into one will have some negative physical effect as a result. Whether it is just a minor fender bender or serious, multi-car crash, your body absorbs the forces transmitted to your physical body resulting in various aches and pains.

Marlboro Chiropractic Care for Back Pain

Back pain, especially lower back pain, is a constant for many people in Marlboro and Metro West area and around the world. Chiropractors have always been known as “back pain doctors” to a certain degree, and while they can treat a much wider range of ailments, this moniker is certainly true.


​Injured ligaments and muscles can cause inflammation of the nerve root, which can disrupt the function of the nerve. If a spinal disc is damaged, it can cause the disc to bulge or herniate, pinching the nerve. T

Chiropractic Care Could Be The Cure To Your Migraine

The cause of migraines is still somewhat a mystery. Scientists have found a number of neurological and even genetic factors at play in regard to these often life-altering headaches, but haven’t yet identified a primary cause. Unfortunately, since the research is constantly changing, this essentially forces patients to accept treatments that temporarily ease their pain, but don’t offer any long-term solutions.

Overweight with Back Pain

​Why do obese and overweight patients have a higher risk of back pain? A new study has a partial answer to the question: the height of spinal discs.

Auto Injury Pain

During a crash, the tissues of your spine can be stretched or torn. The injured area becomes swollen and inflamed and sends pain signals to the spine and brain. Pain tells the nervous system that something is wrong, which tells the muscles in the area to contract to protect the area from further injury.


Immediately after an auto collision, it’s common for people to wait to get treatment. Most people think, “I’ll just wait to see how I feel next week.” This approach can be a mistake.


Chiropractic is a proven effective way to help people recover and prevent back pain, but many people still choose to see a medical provider for back problems. According to research published in Spine, the chiropractic is the better choice.