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USA Chiropractic USAChiropracticBlog.com Back Pain Neck Pain Headaches Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Whiplash Fibromyalgia Whole Body Health USA Chiropractic Newest Articles Best Exercises for Chronic Low Back Pain (Part 1) Based on simple statistics, we’ve ALL had (or at least will have) some form of low back pain (LBP) at some point in our lives. The term “chronic” applies to LBP that’s been present for at least three months. It has been consistently reported that LBP becomes increasingly difficult to resolve when it persists for [..] Read More Are Headaches and Dizziness a “Dangerous Combination”? Last month, we discussed some startling new research that found that lightheadedness upon standing up (orthostatic hypotension) may be more serious than previously thought. This month, we'll look specifically at headache AND dizziness and if we should we be concerned about this combination of complaints and if so, when? A team of researchers from Johns [..] Read More Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – Can it Be Prevented? Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a VERY common condition where the median nerve is compressed or squeezed as it passes through the wrist. One reason that it’s so common is because MANY daily activities require fast, repetitive use of the fingers, hands, and arms, and the friction of the rapidly moving muscle tendons inside the [..] Read More Fibromyalgia and Physical Activity Are there differences in lifestyle between people with vs. without fibromyalgia (FM)? A recent study found women with FM found spend more time engaged in sedentary behaviors and less time in physical activity. In the study, researchers followed 413 female patients with FM and 188 age-matched healthy female controls. Researchers used three different approaches to [..] Read More Driving While “INTEXTICATED”! Is texting while driving any different than drinking and driving? One might argue that because there is no alcohol involved, “it’s okay.” But is it? Here are some SOBERING FACTS about texting and driving: 1) Believed to contribute to 1.6 million crashes/year. (National Safety Council) 2) Linked to an estimated 330,000 injuries per year. (Harvard [..] Read More Chiropractic’s MANY Benefits! In 2010, Dr. Gert Bronfort published a pinnacle report that reviewed studies published up to 2009 and identified 26 categories of conditions for which there is evidence that manual therapies (including spinal manipulation, mobilization, and massage) are beneficial. These 26 categories included thirteen musculoskeletal (MSK) conditions (like low back and neck pain), four types of [..] Read More I’m Told I Have “Facet Syndrome” – What Is It? As stated in previous articles, low back pain (LBP) can arise from many different structures. Lumbar facet syndrome is one that involves the facet joint and includes both acute (new) and chronic (old) varieties. The facet joint is synonymous with the zygapophyseal joint, so if you hear that word, don’t let it throw you off! [..] Read More How Is Dizziness Related to My Neck Pain or Headaches? Dizziness, neck pain, and headaches are very common symptoms that may or may not occur at the same time. Though this interrelationship exists, this month’s article will focus primarily on dizziness, particularly related to dizziness that occurs after standing. First, it is important to point out that it is VERY common to be light headed [..] Read More Is Surgery Necessary for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the most common peripheral entrapment neuropathy—that is, it’s the most common place to trap a nerve in the extremities (arms or legs). CTS affects 6-11% of adults in the general population, and it occurs in women more often than men. The cause is often difficult to determine but the most [..] Read More Fibromyalgia – "What Is the BEST Diet?" Fibromyalgia (FM) and its cause remains a mystery, but most studies suggest that FM is NOT the result of a single event but rather a combination of many physical, chemical, and emotional stressors. The question of the month regarding the BEST FM diet is intriguing since one might assume that the many causes should mean [..] Read More Whiplash: What’s the "Best Evidence" These Days? Whiplash, or WAD (Whiplash Associated Disorders), refers to a neck injury where the normal range of motion is exceeded, resulting in injury to the soft-tissues (hopefully with no fractures) in the cervical region. There are a LOT of factors involved that enter into the degree of injury and length of healing time. Let’s take a [..] Read More My Baby Has Colic – Can Chiropractic Help? There is NOTHING quite so troubling to a young couple as a crying baby who can’t be settled down, especially if the infant is their first child! One of the leading causes of a distressed baby is colic—at least, this is probably the condition blamed the most for cranky baby behavior! WHAT IS COLIC? By [..] Read More ? Older Entries Jason Tirado, D.C. USA Chiropractic 6035 Blvd. East West New York, NJ 07093 (201) 453-1555 Visit Our Website For Health Updates You Will Not Get Anywhere Else Enter Your Email Address Below Search Conditions Back Pain Neck Pain Headaches Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Whiplash Fibromyalgia Whole Body Health Archives 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Disclaimer This information should not be substituted for medical or chiropractic advice. Any and all health care concerns, decisions, and actions must be done through the advice and counsel of a health care professional who is familiar with your updated medical history.

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