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17 10, 2018

Golf and Back Pain

By |Wednesday, October 17, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Golf and Back Pain|

Summer is around the corner! This means longer and warmer days and elevated moods. With increased endorphins flowing through our veins we find ourselves getting outdoors more and increasing our activity level. One activity we see rise during summer is the practice of golf, whether done well or poorly. […]

27 09, 2018

Child Torticollis and Chiropractic

By |Thursday, September 27, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Child Torticollis and Chiropractic|

What is torticollis?

Torticollis, sometimes known as wry neck, is a condition where a child’s head is tilted to one side, while the chin is tilted to the opposite direction. This produces a ‘twisting’ appearance in the face of the child and can result in difficulty turning the neck. There are […]

9 08, 2018

Rib Pain & Dysfunction – Breathe Easy with Chiropractic!

By |Thursday, August 9, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Rib Pain & Dysfunction – Breathe Easy with Chiropractic!|

How can ribs become dysfunctional?

Did you know that you have 24 ribs that go from the top your shoulders (T1) down to your mid to lower back (T12)? They are on the front, back and side of our thorax/chest. Ribs are designed to protect our lungs and heart from […]

4 07, 2018

Knee pain.. Is it really your knee?

By |Wednesday, July 4, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on Knee pain.. Is it really your knee?|

Knee injuries can be quite frustrating when trying to return to sport or activity. Sharp, dull aching, they seem to linger and always let us know “I’m still here”. But is it really the knee that is the source of pain or discomfort?

The joints in our body like to […]

25 06, 2018

“Slipped” Discs

By |Monday, June 25, 2018|Blog|Comments Off on “Slipped” Discs|

What is a “slipped” disc?

There are many terms used to describe damage to spinal discs and the associated pain syndromes that go with them. One of the major misconceptions is that discs can ‘slip out’ and then be pushed back in or they go back in on their own. […]