How A Chiropractor Performs Spinal Adjustments On Less-Than-Typical Spines And Hips

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Most patients who visit a chiropractor are typical. They are typical in the sense that they all complain of pain, and none of them have atypical things going on with their spines or hips. A lot of the chiropractic adjustments learned by chiropractors are “twist and pop” movements, which are fine for the typical patient. However, these are movements that are not so fine for the atypical patient. Here are some examples of atypical chiropractic patients, and how a chiropractor performs adjustments on these patients.…

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How A Chiropractor May Help After You've Been In A Slip And Fall Accident

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It’s a natural instinct when you slip and fall forward to catch yourself with your outstretched arms. However, when your arms take the brunt of the fall, the force travels through your arms and to your back. Even if you don’t fracture your wrist or hurt your shoulders, you could end up with serious back pain even though you didn’t land on your back. You might also have neck pain due to the whiplash movement of your neck.…

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Neck Pain After A Recent Car Accident? You Might Have Whiplash

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If you were recently in a car accident, but no one was hurt severely, you may just ignore some of your minor aches, like a sore neck. It’s important that you stop in to your doctor’s office for an assessment—especially if your neck pain gets worse in the following days. Sometimes neck strain, or whiplash, can be indicative of a concussion. Even if the whiplash is minor and there isn’t a concussion, your neck’s tendons and muscles could be damaged.…

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