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How to Know if You Need to See a Chiropractor

2021-01-11T21:13:58+00:00January 11th, 2021|Back Pain, Blog, Neck Pain|

Chiropractic philosophy says the spine plays a major role in health.  According to the American Chiropractic Association, chiropractors treat approximately 35 million adults and children every year, and 3 in 4 patients say the treatments help them. Because the spine supports the body’s alignment and protects the spinal cord, it’s easy to see a connection.  Is seeing a chiropractor right for you? We’ll help you decide if chiropractic care in Colorado Springs can help. What Does a Chiropractor Do? Chiropractors use a variety of techniques to manipulate the spine, most often by adjusting the joints with the hands or a [...]

5 Common Chiropractic Myths

2020-11-11T16:36:36+00:00November 11th, 2020|Back Pain, Neck Pain, Tips & Tricks|

Despite the rise in popularity of chiropractic care in the last few years, there are still various myths and misconceptions about how chiropractic care can help people suffering from a variety of pains.  The simple truth is that many people still don’t truly understand how chiropractic care works. Are you wondering if chiropractic care is safe for you? Here is a list of 5 common chiropractic care myths. 1. Chiropractic Care is Painful Myth A big fear for many people that have never experienced chiropractic care before is that chiropractic treatments are uncomfortable and overall down right painful. However, adjustments [...]

3 Reasons Why You Should See Your Chiropractor this Winter

2020-10-22T14:05:04+00:00October 22nd, 2020|Back Pain, Healthy Habits, Neck Pain, Sports Injury|

Temperatures are dropping and winter is on its way in Colorado Springs.  Along with the beautiful winter and fall weather we get to experience here in Colorado Springs comes the cold weather. Extreme cold can impact your health in a multitude of ways, whether it’s the cold/flu or joint pains, chiropractic adjustment can help. Don’t let the cold ruin your plans, here are 3 reasons why you should see your Colorado Springs chiropractor this winter. Joint Pain Have you noticed that your joints hurt more when its cold out? Well that’s not just your imagination, the cold weather tends to [...]

What is IASTM & How Can It Help?

2020-09-09T16:50:30+00:00September 9th, 2020|Back Pain, Neck Pain, Sports Injury|

Do you live in the Colorado Springs area and experience pain brought on from surgeries, sprains or strains? Then IASTM therapy might be the answer for you! What Is IASTM? Instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM), otherwise known as the Graston Technique, is a manual therapy approach that treats musculoskeletal injuries. This technique helps reduce pain and improves function to your overall body while allowing you to continue with your everyday activities. Living in Colorado Springs, this is especially important. IASTM uses medical grade stainless steel tools to help improve injured areas of your body by putting pressure on areas chiropractors [...]

What Is Cupping Therapy & How Can It Help You

2020-06-14T16:12:32+00:00June 14th, 2020|Neck Pain, Sleep, Sports Injury|

“Life happens.”  Whether you use this phrase to signify your emotions, good or bad; or experiences — sickness, tension, sadness, and everything in between, we can all relate.  If you are sick, stressed, depressed, or experiencing any other effects of life happenings that don’t make you feel like yourself, you could benefit from a cupping therapy treatment!  Cupping has been around for thousands of years, but over the last year it has taken over as one of the top methods for athletes and others to cope with stress, sickness, and tired muscles.  So, what is cupping therapy exactly? What types [...]

5 Strategies for Reducing Neck Pain

2016-06-03T14:11:20+00:00June 3rd, 2016|Blog, Featured, Neck Pain|

Neck pain is one of the most common complaints involving pain that people come to the chiropractor to resolve. We wanted to offer some natural solutions to dealing with neck pain to help you strengthen your neck and give you relief between visits. Are you side or stomach sleeper? To reduce neck pain, try to sleep on your back. This position gives you the most support. If you aren’t able to change your sleeping position, make sure you have a pillow designed for the type of sleeper you are. Side sleepers can get more overall structure support by sleeping with [...]