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Why They Did It Throughout the years, there have been several studies on spinal manipulative treatment. However, none have specifically addressed its effectiveness for stiffness. This particular paper aimed to evaluate spinal stiffness in patients having lower back pain and their results following spinal...

Spinal Decompression and Herniated Discs

Although my experience with spinal decompression in my practice here in Amarillo is considered simply anecdotal, my opinion is “absolutely YES!.” Without a doubt, certainly, positively, affirmative. I can tell you lots of great patients that we have had come through out doors that...

Combined Chiropractic and Medical Approach

There has been more and more research surfacing lately regarding an INTEGRATED practice offering a COMBINED treatment protocol for musculoskeletal complaints. Meaning, if your neck hurts, rather than go to the traditional medical doctor and get pain killers, muscle relaxers, and/or anti-inflammatories that have...

This one is short and sweet. The reason for this research was to determine what the short-term effects of spinal manipulation are on males in regards to pain, spinal mobility or range of motion, and height recovery in the instance of degenerative disc disease...

Monday, February 17th, 2014

In a lot of cases, immediate relief can be yours according to new research. Chronic pain conditions can be caused by several things. Among them are repetitive motions (doing the same thing over and over throughout the day), sitting idle too much, or some...

Continuing our theme of chiropractic reducing healthcare costs, being non-invasive and conservative, and being equally effective….research in 2013 showed that chiropractic adjustments were equally effective as epidural injections for those suffering from low back pain. And that’s minus the risks and without the significant...