When you hear the term, “bone disease,” the first thing you probably think of is osteoporosis. The disease that makes bones porous. But there’s another type of common bone disease that actually causes the opposite
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One of the biggest, most exaggerated myths about going to the chiropractor is that once you start going, you need to go forever. Some people believe that if they stop getting adjusted, their spine will
As we age, our bodies begin to show wear. Aches and pains, loss of mobility, easy bruising – they’re all signs of getting older. One area in particular that has a tendency to become bothersome
Sciatica is not uncommon in today’s world, and the types of pain afflicting individuals can vary wildly. But one cause of pain, rooted in sedentary lifestyles and disc degeneration, is extremely common and can make
Chronic pain is an unfortunate reality for many people. It can be excruciating to deal with pain that lingers throughout the day, comes and goes over time, or is persistent and strong 24/7. What’s even
Whether you struggled to lift a heavy object or played a little too hard out on the football field, it’s all too easy for even the healthiest adults to ‘throw out,’ their backs. If you’re
If you’re suffering from chronic neck pain, you’re not alone. Pain in the neck and surrounding areas of the cervical spine is one of the most common chronic ailments in the United States. At Advanced
There’s a lot of restrictions on what pregnant women can and can’t do for the health of their unborn child. That’s why it may come as a shock to expectant mothers when they realize chiropractic
Osteoporosis is a condition many people become intimately familiar with in their old age. Women are especially at-risk. And while it’s generally attributed to deficiencies of Vitamin D and calcium, other factors can contribute to
Scoliosis, an abnormal curvature or twisting of the spine, affects a great number of people. But it doesn’t affect everyone the same way. Scoliosis can take different forms, curving to the left or right (or