Chiropractic care can affect brain function in a positive way according to a journal called Neural Plasticity. The research which was published by the Spinal Research foundation indicated that chiropractic care can affect brain function by 20 percent, specifically the prefrontal cortex.
Are you experiencing shoulder pain? A possible cause could be a rotator cuff injury. Made up of muscles and tendons, the rotator cuff surrounds the shoulder joint giving it support and range of motion. Injuries in the tendons are commonly the cause of shoulder pain. If a rotator cuff injury does not require surgery, chiropractic care can be a viable treatment option.
When it comes to kyphosis, chiropractic care can be option as a non-invasive treatment. Kyphosis is when the middle back is rounded giving a sort of “hunchback” appearance. Kyphosis symptoms range from stiffness to musculoskeletal pain and can make everyday activities such as sitting and walking uncomfortable.
When it comes to musculoskeletal issues such as neck pain, back pain and sciatica, people will either visit their doctor or opt for a chiropractor. Since chiropractic care is considered a holistic approach to pain, people will often consider a doctor first. Although seeing a doctor for musculoskeletal pain seems to be the more reassuring thing to do, a study has proven otherwise and instead recommends seeking chiropractic care first.
Diabetes is a disease that occurs when you have high blood sugar also known as blood glucose and there is not enough insulin being produced by your body to regulate and lower your blood glucose. Insulin works as a mediator of your body’s energy, with low levels of it you will experience symptoms such as extreme thirst, frequent urination and fatigue. Although diabetes technically can’t be cured it can be treated with things such as insulin ingestion and dietary changes, but also with the help of chiropractic care.
Those long days in the office can take quite the toll on the body. Sometimes stretching isn’t enough to decrease those tight and stiff muscles. A foam roller can be the answer. A foam roller is a myofascial release tool used for self-massages that soothes those tight and stiff areas and can speed up muscle recovery from injuries or exercise. A foam roller can be the go-to recommendation from a chiropractor for its benefits. Here’s why.