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Neck pain without neurological compromise is known as mechanical neck pain. Mechanical neck pain normally doesn’t have one cause. It is commonly related to a loss of mobility, poor activity tolerance, increased pressure pain sensitivity (hypersensitivity to a normal stimulus), and increased joint position sense error (hard time reproducing the same movement when repeated multiple times). Doctors of chiropractic, like Myrtle Beach neck pain adjustment often treat patients with these types of complaints. We are going to look at how high-velocity, low-amplitude manipulation (the number one type of treatment used by chiropractors, or an adjustment), helps the patients.
Sciatica Pain Treatment in Myrtle Beach
The sciatic nerve is the main nerve which feeds and controls the legs and is formed from 5 lumbar nerves which feed into it in the buttock area. Sciatica pain treatment in Myrtle Beach has slowly been increasing and I see many patients each week with complaints of sciatica pain and symptoms. I’d like to spend a little time going over what the condition is, how to identify it and how to treat it as it can sometimes be hard to distinguish.
Hi guys, came across this simple video and thought I would share with everyone to show how much force is in an accident, even one as slow as this one.
This is why I continually push and promote as much information on whiplash as I do. It’s vital to be checked out as soon as possible after any collision and this video shows exactly why as the speed is just 6.4mph.
This post is more of an opinion based what I’ve seen over the years as a Myrtle Beach chiropractor and you should always seek legal advice, but should you use an attorney for a Myrtle Beach accident? As you’re probably aware, I see a great many accident victims in my practice. Some injuries are more complex and take a lot of time to treat and heal, while others are more simple whiplash and soft tissue injuries that we can treat more effectively.
Managing Your Low Back Pain in Myrtle Beach
We see many chronic low back patients here at our Myrtle Beach chiropractic office in Chartwell Court. It’s a huge problem in society and accounts for 33% of work related sickness. What can be done to help this?
Studies are always on going to help improve things and discover new ways to treat back pain. One particular study looked at how effective spinal manipulation therapy is. The study consisted of three groups of patients.
We have seen many patients at our back pain Myrtle Beach chiropractor clinic. We have seen many back pain problems and want to tell you the number one reason for back pain, and three ways that you can improve it. Almost all the patients we have had have helped get better through our techniques.
By taking a look at all of the patients that we have had here, we’ve come up with an overall reason for back pain. Compression of the furteval joints (squeezing of the back) is the number one reason for back pain. We fight gravity all day and it is pushing on us constantly; we are sitting in chairs all day, exercising, and there are also genetic factors that are involved with compression of the back.
The majority of back pain problems I see in Myrtle Beach are caused by bio-mechanical problems. That is the joint dysfunctions, it compresses, and muscles, nerves and discs create inflammation which leads to pain. There are many contributing factors to this including our lifestyles, the way we work and from accidents and even sports injuries. And of course age and natural degeneration along with genetic and arthritic conditions can all play a part as well.
Manipulation under anesthesia is a procedure that has been around for many years and has helped countless people who have been suffering chronic back & hip pain. Indeed, we have many Myrtle Beach back & hip pain sufferers for which this treatment can help.
So what is Manipulation Under Anesthesia?
It is a procedure that is designed to get in and break up all the scar tissue, adhesions and to release joints and muscles from their dysfunction in order to restore proper range of motion.
Recently had a question on my YouTube channel asking does back surgery stop someone from doing jiu jitsu. This is a good question and can be applied to sports in general, so I thought it a good idea to do a post on it to help clarify things. The person had back surgery and simply wanted to know if it prevents him from doing it.
Short answer, in general, doing sports will help. Here’s my reasoning.
Is Chiropractic Care Good to Help Degenerative Joint Disease, Canal Stenosis and Herniated Discs asks MB Chiropractor?
We’ve been getting some questions regarding how chiropractic care is with degenerative joint disease, canal stenosis and herniated discs . Some get worried or hear that chiropractic care will make them worse or sorer, but that isn’t actually the case. Our MB chiropractor explains.
Firstly, degenerative joint disease is simply wear and tear of the joints from the tribulation of life. It could be from an old accident or injury, some kind of repetitive stress disorder and even genetics can play a part. So it’s something that takes many years to form and once you have it, you have it.