Blog Articles

Multi-Sport Athletes

When looking for potential quarterbacks, Michigan coach Jim Harbaugh often employs unusual tactics.

Sep 6th, 2017
Rethinking Pain Management

In May 2017, the FDA released a health bulletin urging doctors to be aware of nonpharmacologic (drug free) treatments for chronic pain.

Jul 12th, 2017
Low Back Injuries In Spring

Every Spring we see an increase in lower back injuries thanks to getting back in the garden, landscaping, running outside and just generally being more active.

May 15th, 2017
Chiropractic and Low Back Pain: A JAMA Study

A recent article (4/11/17) published in JAMA (Journal of the American Medical Association) showed that chiropractic adjustments can moderately improve acute (present for less than 6 weeks) low back pain.

Apr 20th, 2017
Headaches Pt. 3: How to Fix Them

Just a quick review from last week – scar tissue commonly forms when a muscle gets overworked and doesn’t get enough blood flow/oxygen for an extended period of time.

Mar 15th, 2017
Sleep Loss

Many of us have had problems sleeping.

Nov 28th, 2016
Follow Us On Instagram!

For updates about the office, our staff, and some of the cases we see/treatments we render, follow us on Instagram!

Sep 14th, 2016
Should Golfers Lift Weights?

Recently there has been some criticism in the world of professional golf from members of the media and some players in regards to weight lifting for golfers

Aug 2nd, 2016
Disc Herniations

Disc herniations are a common source of pain and disability for many adults.

Jun 2nd, 2016
The Functional Movement Screen

Research conducted in 2007 showed that professional football players who scored less than a 14/21 on the Functional Movement Screen were 11 times more likely to get injured during the season.

May 17th, 2016
Can You Rehab Tendons?

Today’s article is an important one and it describes a lot about how we guide our treatment plans.

May 9th, 2016
Mobility and Chiropractic Rehab

For the past few months we have been teaming up with CrossFit Barrington to improve the mobility and joint mechanics of their athletes.

Apr 27th, 2016