Have you even seen pictures or videos of people having tiny, metal needles inserted into their neck or shoulders and thought “what in the world are they doing”? We hear that response a lot. Dry needling is a treatment rapidly growing in popularity and once you know the benefits you might just jump on board with them too.
You’ve just carried a baby for nine months. You delivered a new life to this world. And while we’re sure you’re basking in the glow of being a new mom and all the exciting and let’s be honest, tiring things that come along with it, your body just doesn’t seem to be bouncing back the way you imagined. You’ve discovered that there are a lot more postpartum “events” than you necessarily imagined. You feel like you should be “bouncing back” but that just hasn’t happened yet. Well, we’re here to tell you, you are not alone.
Myofascial Pain Syndrome is a chronic pain disorder in which pressure on sensitive points in your muscles (trigger points) causes pain in the muscle. This syndrome typically occurs after a muscle has been contracted repeatedly or tissue has built up following an injury.
If you have suffered a shoulder injury or are experiencing shoulder stiffness following an auto accident, you should immediately seek the care of a chiropractor. Why? Because chiropractors are the industry leaders in auto accident injuries.
Do you see all the amazing benefits of chiropractic care and think you might like to be a part of this industry? If you’ve ever wondered what it takes to become a chiropractor, we are going to break down the basics for you.
In this article, we will look at why your upper back pain was delayed after the car accident, why it’s essential to get examined immediately for injury, and how an auto injury chiropractor can help you.
The aftermath of a car accident brings many problems, even if the accident wasn’t severe. You start to worry about the car, the passengers—if there are any—insurance, and if adrenaline still runs through your body, you may not feel muscle spasms caused by severe contractions or abnormal pressure.
In many cases, an auto injury (a chiropractic specialty for some) can heal faster and be less painful along the way.