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Southlake Chiropractic Blog

108, 2022

How Chiropractic And Massage Therapy Compliment Each Other

August 1st, 2022|

We all enjoy a good massage once in a while, maybe after a week of heavy lifting or a stressful month. Massage is always a welcome way to decompress after a strenuous period and a lot of people choose to get a massage for the simple fact that it just feels good. But did you know that massage therapy and chiropractic care are the perfect compliments for one another?  Chiropractic care focuses on the well-being of the body, with careful adjustments based around the spinal column. The direct care of the nervous system impacts how the many areas of [...]

107, 2022

Chiropractic Care For Pregnancy and Postpartum Healing

July 1st, 2022|

So you’ve gotten the good news! You may be wondering, now what? When most parents find out they are expecting, their mind wanders to baby strollers, doctor appointments and whether the nursery should be blue or pink. But have you considered the benefit of chiropractic care for yourself during pregnancy? In the past, chiropractic care has been associated with back and neck issues, recovery from an accident or athletic venture, but more commonly we are learning of the great benefit chiropractic care offers during pregnancy to expecting mothers, as well as their developing babies.  Benefits of Prenatal Chiropractic Care [...]

106, 2022

Benefits Cupping Therapy In Southlake, Texas

June 1st, 2022|

Combined with great chiropractic care, massage therapy and cupping therapy are a great way to treat pain and inflammation without being invasive. Even when getting all three services, it’s still much cheaper than something like an invasive surgery or a pain medication prescription. Plus, it’s still extremely efficient. We know you may have questions, especially about cupping therapy. We’ll go over both so you can better understand more ways to treat your pain and inflammation. What Is Cupping Therapy? Cupping therapy, also known as just “cupping”, has actually been a form of alternative medicine for [...]

105, 2022

5 Reasons To See A Chiropractor In 2022

May 1st, 2022|

It’s pretty safe to say that body pain, tension, and stress are an epidemic at this point. Virtually every person feels aches and pain due to some kind of misalignment in their body. Some of it is very mild pain, maybe even barely noticeable. But a lot of this pain is acute, even debilitating. Many people turn to pain medications to counter their aches and pains, but unfortunately this isn’t a real solution. Instead of relying on pain medications to try and make your suffering tolerable, look at just five reasons to see a chiropractor this year.  Back, Neck, [...]

104, 2022

How Can Chiropractic Care Help My Child?

April 1st, 2022|

When most people think about chiropractic patients, they think of young adults, adults, and the elderly. While these age groups are most commonly found at the chiropractor, there is another that benefits just as much, if not more, from chiropractic care: children and teens. It’s easy to be confused as to why a child would need chiropractic care. They’re children after all, right? They’re growing at an incredible rate and they can take on the world! While it may seem like this, the body goes through a lot of different types of traumas during our younger years. Let’s go [...]

103, 2022

Can Chiropractors Help With Migraines And Headaches?

March 1st, 2022|

Headaches and migraines are one of the most complained-about types of pain in everyday life. In fact, headaches are the #1 cause of pain that people take pain medication like Advil and Tylenol for. There are a lot of different factors that could be causing your headaches, but taking pain medication shouldn’t be your first choice. Common Types Of Headaches There are three common types of headaches: tension headaches, migraines, and cervicogenic headaches. Each one is different but they also share many of the same symptoms. Even though they range in severity, none of them are pleasant. [...]

102, 2022

Is It Good To Decompress Your Spine?

February 1st, 2022|

If you’ve suffered from pain in your neck or beck, or sciatic nerve pain that is caused by damaged discs in your spine, then spinal decompression therapy may be a great choice of treatment to pursue. This kind of chiropractic care aims to carefully and painlessly stretch your spine to alleviate pain and pressure to disc. Going through this non-invasive therapy will also increase blood flow to your spine which will result in many long-term health benefits including a lot less pain. What Does Decompressing Your Spine Do? Spinal decompression therapy slowly and carefully stretches your spinal column in [...]

112, 2021

How Chiropractic Care Can Treat “Sitting Disease”

December 1st, 2021|

“Sitting Disease” is a term that many in the scientific community use to refer to the rise of sedentary lifestyles. Technological advances have brought our world many wonders, but there are also some downsides. Think about the last time you watched television for a few hours, or the last time you browsed funny videos on your phone. Oftentimes people are not sitting in a proper position which puts strain on the neck, shoulders, and back. How Bad is Sitting All Day For Your Spine? Think about the last time you spent a long period of [...]

109, 2021

Sciatica Causing Back Pain

September 1st, 2021|

Is Sciatica to Blame for Your Pain? If you're noticing radiating pain along the sciatic nerve that runs down from the lower back through the legs, you may have a herniated disk or bone spur that's applying pressure to the sciatic nerve. The way to discern that the pain is coming from the sciatic nerve is that the location of the pain will originate in the lower spine and radiate down the back of the leg. Sciatica also tends to affect only one side of the body. While many people rely on medication for sciatic pain, it's important to [...]

305, 2021

Do I have a pinched nerve?

May 3rd, 2021|

What is a pinched nerve? A pinched nerve (Radiculopathy) occurs when too much pressure is placed on a nerve by the surrounding tissues, typically bone, cartilage, muscles, or tendons. The pressure causes the nerve to lose ability to send signals which causes tingling, numbness, pain, and sometimes weakness. While a pinched nerve can occur in many places within the body, there are some that are more common than others that can cause: Carpal Tunnel Cubital Tunnel Sciatica If you're suffering from symptoms of tingling, numbness, pain, and weakness in your back or limbs then call [...]

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