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  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
    Carpal tunnel syndrome is caused by a change of shape or size in the carpal tunnel. This is a canal through which the tendons and nerve travel in the wrist. This nerve can get pinched creating weakness, numbness, and pain. Read more
  • What Is Arthritis?
    Osteoarthritis is d/t wear and tear of the joint usually from imbalance and instability of the joint. To treat OA, one must correctly re-balance and re-stabilize the joint. Chiropractors treat osteoarthritis. Read more
  • Why do my joints and muscles hurt?
    An explanation of musculoskeletal and biomechanical problems. Read more
  • Preparing for a visit to the Doctor
    It might be beneficial to prepare for your visit to your Chiropractor or other Doctor. By organizing your thoughts and being prepared for questions about your location of pain, intensity of pain, frequency of pain, affected activities or positions, the timing of pain, and any related symptoms, you will shorten your visit and stream-line the exam process. Read more

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