How many times have you been told to sit up straight? It turns out Mom was right; sitting up straight is good advice indeed. Hunching your shoulders
and keeping your head down while working, studying, reading or texting isn’t just bad for posture, it can actually reduce the healthy curve in your
cervical spine. Get in the loop about why the body has—and needs—this important curve.
A lot of people think bad posture is mostly how you look—and that’s not unreasonable. It’s noticeable, right?
It’s the difference between looking tired vs. alert, and for some, confident vs. uncomfortable.
But there’s so much more going on with bad posture than meets the eye.
Powerful story today from one of our own chiropractic directors, Dr. Dana Zeina from Chiro One Wellness Centers of Gurnee. Endometriosis is a painful
condition that affects an estimated 1 out of 10 women around the world. If you know someone who suffers from endometriosis, share this story with her.Read More
Many of those who work in the field of chiropractic will tell you that one of the most rewarding aspects is watching patients discover improvements they’d never dreamed could happen with chiropractic care. Today’s stories feature two patients—and neither knew how much chiropractic would positively affect their life. Please share their stories with friends and family—you never know what story will reach the right person, at a moment he or she needs it most.Read More
An estimated 80-90 percent of people will experience
a headache during at least one point in their lifetime. With a percentage that high,
chances are you’ve probably had one. No fun, right? But for some people, headaches
are a constant. Their frequency and intensity can be absolutely devastating,
greatly affecting quality of life, and medications only cover up the symptoms.
Luckily, chiropractic care can address the root of the headache problem in order
to eliminate repeat attacks. See how the lives of these two patients, both suffering
from chronic headache and migraines, changed after coming to Chiro One.
In early 2017, the American College of Physicians
released new guidelines for the treatment of low back pain, advising doctors to prescribe gentle, non-invasive care
like chiropractic as the first line of defense. There’s a reason for this. Simply put: conservative care works—without
the added risks that come with medication or surgery.
This week, we continue our conversation on the symptoms and treatment of disc problems. Although ranging in severity,
a disc issue can make it hard for people to do things as simple as walking, sitting or using the bathroom.
It can become a debilitating condition that greatly affects a person’s life, making it impossible for them to
do the things they once loved. See how chiropractic care got these two patients back on
track by helping them live pain-free.
As chiropractors, the most common condition we treat in our offices is back pain. We’ve seen so many patients find relief from debilitating back pain and
injuries through gentle, drug-free chiropractic adjustments and therapies. Check out some of their stories.