At some point in your life you’ll probably be involved in a traffic accident. Despite our best intentions, we cannot control our environment or other drivers around us. Car accidents result in thousands of injuries in this country every year. Many people injured in auto accidents might spend weeks or months in chiropractic care, dealing with those injuries.
We’re sure you’ve heard the term ‘slipped disc’ before and if you suffer from back problems, you might be wondering if this term applies to you.
All this month, we’re blogging about specific spinal disorders like Sciatica and Sacroiliac (SI) Joint Dysfunction. Now, we’re tackling the topic of slipped discs, one of the most common complaints among those who suffer with back trouble.
But preventing stenosis is preferred. The earlier the signs are shown, the better the chance of doing something about it. A great way to incorporate regular exercise into your regimen while specifically combating some of the common causes of stenosis would be to add tennis to your physical fitness routine.
Lyme Disease is one of the hardest-to-cure diseases that affects humans, and often mimics some of the scariest diseases: PTSD, Chronic Fatigue, Alzheimer’s, Lou Gehrig’s Disease and Multiple Sclerosis. It can be very difficult to get a diagnosis of Lyme Disease and often, doctors will have to circle around several times, appreciating your symptoms, before they can conclusively determine whether you have Lyme Disease.