Gonstead Chiropractic vs. Traditional Chiropractic

Gonstead Chiropractic vs. Traditional Chiropractic

Understanding the history of Gonstead Chiropractic Dr. Clarence Gonstead spent his childhood learning how to take apart and rebuild items on his family’s farm. This natural love for understanding how things work eventually led...

The Low Back and Leg Connection

The Low Back and Leg Connection

Bottom Line: Most orthopedic practices have a specialist for your foot, a specialist for your back, a specialist for your hip, and a specialist for your knee. Based on the number of specialists for your back, hip, and leg you would think these joints aren’t designed...

Reduce Knee Pain Without Drugs or Surgery

Reduce Knee Pain Without Drugs or Surgery

Bottom Line: Knee pain can be debilitating. Getting up and down stairs, long walks, and even getting around the house can be difficult when your knees hurt. The cause of knee pain is often osteoarthritis or the degenerative changes of the joint. The pain associated...

Every Step You Take

Every Step You Take

Bottom Line: The average person walks over 100,000 miles in a lifetime!  Every step places stress and strain on your foot and ankle. Most ankle injuries occur in the soft tissue, meaning your ligaments were stretched beyond their reasonable limits. It’s easy to...

Natural Ways to Find Relief from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Natural Ways to Find Relief from Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Bottom Line: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome affects the wrist and hands. It can cause pain and numbness which makes work difficult. You probably know someone who has undergone surgery to “correct” carpal tunnel, only to see the pain return shortly after. What you probably...

Tennis Elbow? I Haven’t Swung a Racket in Years!

Tennis Elbow? I Haven’t Swung a Racket in Years!

Bottom Line: You don’t need to be John McEnroe to feel the pain of tennis elbow. Actually, 95% of people who suffer from lateral epicondylitis, or tennis elbow, don’t even play tennis! Lateral epicondylitis is an inflammation of the tendon that attaches to the lateral...

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