Category Archives: herniated disc

Is It My Low Back Or My Hip?

When patients present with low back pain, it is not uncommon for pain to arise from areas other than the low back, such as the hip. There are many tissues in the low back and hip region that are susceptible … Continue reading

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Sciatic Nerve/ Nervio Ciatico

The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body. It is a combination of smaller nerves (nerve roots) that join together and become the sciatic nerve. When the sciatic nerve is being compressed very specific symptoms in the legs … Continue reading

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Back Pain and Posture

Low back pain (LBP) is one of the most common ailments that chiropractors treat. That’s probably because MOST of us will suffer from low back pain that requires outside help at some point in our lives! Posture has long been … Continue reading

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What’s This Tingling in My Leg?

When you think of low back pain, you may visualize a person half-bent over with their hand on the sore spot of their back. Since many of us have experienced low back pain during our lifetime, we can usually relate … Continue reading

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What’s This Tingling in My Leg?

When you think of low back pain, you may visualize a person half-bent over with their hand on the sore spot of their back. Since many of us have experienced low back pain during our lifetime, we can usually relate … 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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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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Axialtrac – Greatest advancement to Flexion-Distraction in the past 50 years!

We have added the most advanced piece of equipment that improves on the existing gold standard for non-invasive disc decompression. There are only a few in the state of Illinois and make treatment times cut by 30% without any risk. … Continue reading

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