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The Difference Between A Chiropractor And A Physical Therapist

The Difference Between A Chiropractor And A Physical Therapist
When making a decision to seek pain relief, the first focus should be on what type of medical professional you are going to see. To do so, it is important to understand the difference between a chiropractor and a physical therapist. The three main differences between chiropractors and physical therapists are: Treatment Philosophy Education Clinical Expertise Treatment Philosophy Chi...
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Three Causes Of Subluxation: Trauma, Toxins, And Thoughts

Three Causes Of Subluxation: Trauma, Toxins, And Thoughts
In 1910, D.D. Palmer identified the causes of vertebral subluxation as the Three T’s— trauma, toxins, and thoughts. These basic concepts he laid down for the profession he founded have survived the test of time. So how do the Three T’s cause subluxation and affect the function of the nervous system as a whole? Trauma Let’s consider the area of trauma, specifically physical trauma, as a cause. It...
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The Connection Between Chiropractic Care and Nutrition

If you were going on a long trip, you wouldn’t fill up your car with cooking oil instead of gasoline. You would make sure it had the right fuel for the job ahead. You might even make a trip to the auto shop to make sure everything was in working order. The same is true of the food you put into your body to fuel your life. However, healthy foods and eating right are not the only necessity for a ...
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10 Things Most People Don’t Know About Chiropractic

Pain is the last symptom of dysfunction. A patient’s back is often restricted or unstable for months or years before it presents as a problem and they show up in a chiropractor’s office. While medication may be necessary in some cases, if you take a pill and the pain goes away, the dysfunction that caused it still persists. Muscle, ligament and joint injuries often occur as a result of l...
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Untreated Chronic Pain: What it Does to Your Body

When we experience brief pain such as a stubbed toe or a paper cut, it is unpleasant but at least the pain fades relatively quickly.  Imagine being in pain that NEVER fades, or that fades only to come back a few hours later. What would that do to a person? This is chronic pain. What Chronic Pain Does Untreated chronic pain, a diagnosis including arthritis, back pain, and recurring migraines,...
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Jet Lag comes with its own baggage: Preventing Travel Aches and Strains

Traveling can be rough on the body. Whether you are traveling alone, on business or on your way to a sunny resort with your family, long hours in a car or on an airplane can leave you stressed, tired, stiff and sore. Prolonged sitting can wreak havoc on your body.  Even if you travel in the most comfortable car or opt to fly first class, certain pressures and forces from awkward positions can r...
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