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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 22 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.

Chiropractic Adjustments vs. Acupuncture vs. NSAIDs

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could assess three common types of treatment for neck and back pain to determine which is the most effective? Here is a look at three studies that compared three popular forms of care for … Continue reading

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Can Pregnant Women Receive Chiropractic Care?

Pregnancy is a beautiful experience, and we all want to provide the best environment for both mom and baby. The question of whether or not chiropractic care is safe during pregnancy is frequently raised by the newly-expectant mother as she … Continue reading

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How Does Chiropractic Work?

A good illustration of this is a patient who suffers from a herniated disk in the neck with numbness and tingling down the arm to the hand. The goal of treatment (for all healthcare professionals) is to remove the pinch of the nerve. Continue reading

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Balance & Dizziness – Chiropractic can Help

Many people seek chiropractic care for low back, mid-back, neck pain, and pain in the extremities, but what about balance and/or dizziness, as they often go together? Can chiropractic management help people suffering from frequent falls due to balance and/or … Continue reading

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Chiropractic and Leg Length

Leg length plays and important role in posture. When there is a difference in leg length, the pelvis cannot maintain a level position, and because the spine’s base is the pelvis, it cannot stay straight if there is a leg length discrepancy.
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For the health of your loved ones… choose chiropractic.

The professionals at my clinics, Lansing Chiropractic Clinic & Wellness Medical recognize that you have a choice when it comes to your preferred chiropractor. A 7-year study (Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapy, May 2007)showed that patients whose primary physician was a chiropractor, … Continue reading

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What’s a Herniated Disc, Pinched Nerve, Bulging Disc…?

There are many terms used to describe spinal disc problems, but it is best to focus on an understanding of the medical diagnosis. This article clarifies common disc conditions such as a herniated disc, pinched nerve, and degenerative disc disease. … Continue reading

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In fact, improper use, coupled with the drug’s narrow safety margin, means “a large fraction of users [are] close to a toxic dose in the ordinary course of use,” according to the Food and Drug Administration. Continue reading

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Avoid Back Surgery: See a Chiropractor First

… even the Mayo Clinic admits that while “back pain is extremely common … surgery often fails to relieve it.” However, chiropractic is glaringly absent from the nonsurgical recommendations, despite ample research evidence supporting chiropractic care for back pain and increasing reliance on chiropractic as a first-line treatment option. Continue reading

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Dr. Timothy K. Durnin – Orthopedics – Orthopedics – Health/Fitness –

Click link to view prior questions answers by Dr. Timothy Durnin at Dr. Timothy K. Durnin, Orthopedics, Orthopedics, Health,Fitness, Source: Dr. Timothy K. Durnin – Orthopedics – Orthopedics – Health/Fitness

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