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Your Child and the Rise of Autism

A Rising Epidemic Among Children   We hope your child isn't one of the 150 children affected, but we want you to know we are there to provide the care for you that you and your child need if they are? What do we mean? We mean Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).   That's right! One [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:15+00:00 April 13th, 2015|Autism|Comments Off on Your Child and the Rise of Autism

Differences Between a Regular Headache and Migraine

So, you experience headaches, but you're not sure whether the pain you experience is a migraine or just a really bad headache. Well, there are some factors that separate a regular headache from a migraine. Knowing them will help you understand the best course of action to take in order to seek a cure for [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:15+00:00 April 6th, 2015|Headaches, Migraine headaches, Migraine Headaches, Tension headaches|Comments Off on Differences Between a Regular Headache and Migraine

More research linking migraine headaches, vertigo and car crashes

A recent case study from the Blair upper cervical chiropractic group reveals additional evidence linking head and neck trauma to migraine headaches and vertigo. This case study is another example of what the upright MRI research is revealing.   Here's a quote from Dr. Lenarz's case report:   A 54 year-old female patient entered the [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:15+00:00 March 30th, 2015|Headaches, Migraine headaches, Migraine Headaches, Vertigo, Whiplash|Comments Off on More research linking migraine headaches, vertigo and car crashes

A Word on Whiplash Trigger Points

A Whiplash Study Recently, a study was done of 100 patients who either suffered from whiplash-associated disorders, Fibromyalgia, non-traumatic chronic cervical syndrome, or endogenous depression. 85.1% of those who suffered from whiplash showed sensitivity in their semispinalis capitis muscle, which is in the upper part of the back of the neck. Interestingly enough, that muscle [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:15+00:00 March 25th, 2015|Post concussion syndrome, Whiplash|Comments Off on A Word on Whiplash Trigger Points

Whiplash and Spine Research

The Spine Research Institute of San Diego For the last 25 years, Dr. Arthur Croft, the founding director of the Spine Research Institute of San Diego, has been conducting whiplash research. The number of books, awards, titles, and accolades that attributed to Dr. Croft for his life work is extensive, and his knowledge is even [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:15+00:00 March 23rd, 2015|Whiplash|Comments Off on Whiplash and Spine Research

Is Imitrex Keeping Migraines from Sacking Troy Aikman?

I was recently watching a YouTube video where Troy Aikman describes his battle with Migraine headaches and how now that he is on the right medication everything is alright. What is the logical fallacy in that thinking? If you have the right medication everything is okay. Well what does medication do on its most basic [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:15+00:00 March 18th, 2015|Headaches, Migraine Headaches, Wellness|Comments Off on Is Imitrex Keeping Migraines from Sacking Troy Aikman?

Understanding Vertigo and it Causes

Vertigo is one of those conditions you can't ignore. It may only last for a few moments or it might be recurring condition. So, what is it? It is the sensation that a room is spinning even when there is no movement. This happens due to a dysfunction in the Vestibular system, which is part [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:15+00:00 March 16th, 2015|Disequilibrium, Dizziness, Vertigo|Comments Off on Understanding Vertigo and it Causes

Underlying Conditions of Vertigo – Part 2

More on that Dizzy Feeling Last time, we looked at three underlying conditions that lead to vertigo - Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BBPV), Inflammation in the Inner Ear or Acute Vestibular Neuritis, and Meniere's Disease. This week, we'll look at three more conditions that may be causing that spinning sensation. Though, it's also important to [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:16+00:00 March 11th, 2015|Vertigo|Comments Off on Underlying Conditions of Vertigo – Part 2

Knowing What’s Behind Vertigo – Part 1

When you get that Dizzy Feeling Do you suffer from Vertigo? There's a good chance that that's not the only thing you suffer from. This condition, which is expressed through long periods of dizziness, in which a person who suffers from it may sense that the room or their environment is spinning. Over the next week we'll [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:16+00:00 March 9th, 2015|Vertigo|Comments Off on Knowing What’s Behind Vertigo – Part 1

Tingling and Other Signs of a Herniated Disc

When you take your thumb, lightly press it against one of your fingers, and rub it, do you feel a tingling sensation? Or do you experience a tingling sensation anywhere else in your body? If you do, might you have a herniated disc, also called a slipped disc. Here are other symptoms of a Herniated [...]

2017-09-19T00:18:16+00:00 March 4th, 2015|Back Pain, Chronic pain, Sciatica|Comments Off on Tingling and Other Signs of a Herniated Disc