Out of your hands – Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) – published in NWI.COM

Your fingers tingle and feel numb. Pain encircles your wrist and radiates all the way up your arm. The tingling, numbness and pain wake you up at night. Tennis players can have these symptoms. So can computer operators, grocery store cashiers, reporters, assembly line workers, secretaries, fast food cooks and jackhammer operators.

This diverse group of people may work at very different jobs in vastly different settings, but it shares one job hazard – repetitive, especially twisting, motion of the wrist and forearm that can lead to a condition called Carpal Tunnel Syndrome….

“When the wrist is twisted or subjected to a repetitive motion, the bones press against the nerve, causing inflammation or swelling. Fluid can build up in the carpal tunnel area. All that makes the already tight space even tighter and further compresses the nerve. In some cases, the carpal or wrist bones can become partially dislocated or misaligned, said Timothy Durnin, a chiropractic physician at the Lansing Chiropractic Clinic, Ltd.  All that can lead to those annoying, painful symptoms of CTS. And as the symptoms increase, even picking up a can of soda pop may become nearly impossible, Durnin said. That clumsiness is often what brings patients in for treatment, Dreyfuss and Durnin said.”

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People on the Move – published in NWI.COM

Dr. Timothy Durnin has been accepted as a member of the American Association of Spine Physicians. This is an international organization of neurosurgeons and chiropractic physicians dedicated to improving the quality of spine care through cooperative and conservative efforts.”


A Shot in the Arm – published in NWI.COM

“Those who don’t get inoculated may wind up with a low-grade fever (below 101 degrees), chills and fatigue, among other symptoms, in December or January, health officials said. The bout could last up to three weeks, said Dr. Timothy Durnin, a chiropractor at Complete Wellness Medical Center in Lansing. [currently Lansing Chiropractic Clinic and Wellness Medical] It may feel like last year’s flu, but it isn’t, he said. ‘These viruses are smart. They mutate. Each year, it’s a new virus,’ he said. Also available are pneumonia vaccinations, which protect against viral strains of the disease. Health officials recommend them for anyone over age 65 and call it “a lifetime dose.” The inoculation is available for younger people, but lasts only 10 years.”

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18037  Torrence Avenue  Lansing, IL  60438

Phone:  708-895-3228     Fax:  708-895-1057

Our clinic is located in the south suburbs of Chicago, one mile south of I 80/94 on Torrence Avenue in downtown Lansing. We have been in the same location since 1953, and employ a multidisciplinary approach to holistic health care.

Our mission at Lansing Chiropractic Clinic and Wellness Medical, S.C. is to provide affordable high-quality care to people of all ages. We strive to not only correct a person’s health problems, but to educate and enlighten people so that they do not encounter similar problems in the future.

About Dr. Timothy Durnin

Dr. Durnin is the owner of Lansing Chiropractic Clinic and Wellness Medical, S.C. He is a second generation Chiropractic Physician with over 27 years of clinical experience. Presently serving as co-admitting staff at Olympia Fields Osteopathic Hospital, (Now St. James Olympia Fields), for several years and writing many newspaper articles on wide ranges of neuromusculoskeletal pathologies and treatments, he is now in private practice serving the needs of south Chicago. He has been featured in many local newspapers for his extensive knowledge in neuromusculoskeletal disorders. He is a member: Phi Theta Kappa honorary fraternity, American Chiropractic Association, American Association of Spine Physicians, Illinois Chiropractic Society, Who's Who in America, Presidential Cabinet Member of the National Univerisity of Health Sciences and Board Certified in AMA Impairment Ratings, Medical Director Life extension Laser and a member of the Lansing Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Durnin is also a member of over 40 Qualified Credentialed Health Plans.
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