Injuries that occur due to a traumatic and unexpected event such as a fall, a care wreck, or a sports injury. The acute injury pain usually does not last longer than two or three months.
A chiropractic technique involving the application of pressure to specific bones. Adjustments employ a gentle, yet firm thrust which is meant to help relieve pressure from spinal nerves and restore the bone to its natural position.
A common condition related to the spine, usually the lumbar, which occurs when a disc distends through a crevice in the spine.
A progressive and sometimes painful joint disorder caused by a compression of the median nerve of your hand. The compression causes swelling, which exerts pressure on the nerves.
An alternative noninvasive health care practice with the mission to diagnose and treat mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system in order to relieve the obstructed nerves and improve overall health.
Unlike Acute Pain, Chronic Back Pain lasts more than three months.
A condition in which the inner core of the vertebral discs leak proteins that can inflame the nerve roots.
A condition in which the sciatic nerve, which is several small nerves bundled within the pelvis area, is injured. Sciatica causes numbness, tingling and in the buttocks, legs, feet and toes.
A medical term that refers to spinal curvatures and a condition that often begins in early childhood