A zinger made my day.

I don't typically name a patient of the week.  or day. or year.   If you're reading this you know who you are.   Below you will find a short story about her trip to the MD to get her blood pressure checked and to see if she still needed to take her blood pressure meds.  I will use the … Continue reading

Low Back and Leg Pain – Is it Sciatica?

Low back pain (LBP) can be localized and contained to only the low back area or, it can radiate pain down the leg. This distinction is important as the former, LBP only, is often less complicated and carries a more favorable prognosis for complete recovery. In fact, a large part of our history and … Continue reading

Musicians and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

There are many jobs that place people at risk for carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS), but I bet you wouldn’t have thought of musicians. First and most important, I don’t want to scare anyone from playing a musical instrument as many of us find music to be a very important “release mechanism” or, … Continue reading

Fibromyalgia: What Resources are Available?

Fibromyalgia (FM) is a chronic condition that impacts its victims in every aspect of their lives. The day has to be planned around how one might feel at certain times of the day and is always in the foreground of a FM victim’s mind.  Many chiropractic patients who present for treatment of FM … Continue reading