Blog Posts in May, 2017

  • A Spine Surgeon’s Opinion on Chiropractors

    In an interview late last year, the co-director of the New York University Spine Center, Dr. Anthony Frempong-Boadu, gave an interview about spine health. During the interview, he indicated any well-trained professional could contribute to the overall health of the spine. According to Dr. Frempong-Boadu, as a spinal surgeon, very few people need his services. He is in a highly specialized field, ...
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  • What Bad Habits Does Your Sports Chiropractor Wish You’d Break?

    We all have a few bad behaviors we wish we’d kick, but did you know sports chiropractors have a few habits they wish their patients would break, too? Even if your health is important to you, it’s very possible you are doing at least one thing that puts your back, and overall health, at risk. Read through our list of common poor practices and find out what you can do to improve your wellbeing. 1. ...
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  • New York Sports Medicine Doctor Treating Carpal Tunnel

    Are you constantly on your phone, with your head down, frantically scrolling and typing away? With so much of our lives happening somewhere else, it’s no surprise that we all happen to be looking down at those screens we can’t seem to let go of. Whether you’re checking emails for work or playing that new addicting game, chances are you’re spending too much time craning your neck downwards and ...
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  • How ART Helped a Dallas Runner Get Her Knees Back

    Linda Kelly of Dallas, Texas thought her running days were over. Now into her mid-60s, Kelly has long been a respected and revered member of the distance running community in the city, but began battling knee pain in early 2016. The pain grew so bad so quickly that by February, she was limited to running just a quarter-mile before her pain forced her to walk. None of the traditional orthopedist ...
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  • Reasons to Rethink Your Bias About Chiropractic Care

    As much as 80% of the population will experience some kind of back pain in their lives, according to the American Chiropractic Association, and half of all working Americans report having back pain symptoms. While there are various ways to treat back pain, chiropractic care has almost always been looked at with a wary eye. Recently, numerous studies have surfaced to prove the effectiveness of ...
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