Neurophysiology of Chiropractic
Research has demonstrated that chiropractic care is successful in treating spinal injuries [1-7], yet many doctors are unable to adequately describe how or why that is the case. This ambiguity leads medical providers to lack confidence in knowing who, when, or why to refer to achiropractor. This is a review of the technical explanation of…Read More
What If I Don’t Treat My Herniated Disc?
Many people live with back pain hoping it will go away or trying to treat it with home remedies that may provide temporary relief but then the pain starts up again. Back pain can be a symptom of something as benign as sitting in an uncomfortable position for a long stretch of time, but it…Read More
Did I Throw My Back Out?
Back pain is one of the most common reasons why millions of people visit the doctor each year. You may have heard the expression, “I threw my back out,” and wondered what exactly that meant. Actually, throwing out your back refers to a sudden instance where you experience immediate low back pain. Throwing out your…Read More
Chiropractic Helps after a Car Accident
What do you do after a car accident when the aches and pains don’t seem to go away on their own? What type of treatment is available for car accident injuries that will help you heal faster? These are common questions people ask when they have been in a car accident. The good news is…Read More
Car Accident? What to Expect from the Doctor
How do you know what doctor to see after a car accident? No matter what injuries you are dealing with, you want the best of the best to help you fully heal and recover. Since millions of people get injured in car accidents each year, it’s important to find a doctor who has experience in…Read More
Is All Healing the Same After an Accident?
After a car accident, there is a range of injuries you will commonly be checked for, including whiplash. As one of the most common injuries from a collision, a car accident doctor will always have whiplash in mind during initial evaluations. During this diagnostic process, they may ask you about past injuries as well- this…Read More
Adjustments and Disc Pain?
The Within-Session Change in Low Back Pain Intensity Following Spinal Manipulative Therapy Is Related to Differences in Diffusion of Water in the Intervertebral Discs of the Upper Lumbar Spine and L5-S1 Abstract Study Design Single-group, prospective, repeated-measures design with responder analysis. Objective To determine differences in the changes in diffusion of water within the lumbar…Read More
What If My Herniated Disc Goes Untreated?
Many people live with back pain hoping it will go away or trying to treat it with home remedies that may provide temporary relief but then the pain starts up again. Back pain can be a symptom of something as benign as sitting in an uncomfortable position for a long stretch of time, but it can…Read More
How Our Bend Spinal Care Doctors Can Treat the Pain in Your Neck
There are a variety of factors that contribute to neck pain. Sports injuries and car accidents are often responsible for the acute cervical pain that radiates throughout the spine. Mechanical pain occurs when a part of your supporting structure becomes injured or worn down by stress and tension, If you suffer from chronic neck pain,…Read More
Top 5 Sleeping Positions to Reduce Back Pain
It is unfortunately all too common for adults to experience chronic back pain. The source and cause of each individual’s back problems might vary, but there are several sleep-related tweaks that can be made to reduce overall back pain in most cases, regardless of the underlying cause. Bend Spinal Care Chiropractors would suggest that there…Read More