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What is Scoliosis? Scoliosis is curvature of the spine that is measured with Cobb angle and must be over 19 degrees.

What is Scoliosis? Scoliosis is curvature of the spine that is measured with Cobb angle and must be over 19 degrees. Scoliosis affects females by about a 2 to 1 margin and its onset is usually in adolescent.

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The reasons one should visit a chiropractor can be stress relief, however the reasons to visit are many.

The reasons one should visit a chiropractor can be stress relief, however the reasons to visit are many. The central nerve system controls and coordinates ALL function in the body. Any structural misalignment in the upper cervical spine can interfere with normal neurological function.

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It is a common question; How can I fix my posture? Or can chiropractic improve my posture?

It is a common question; How can I fix my posture? Or can chiropractic improve my posture? The answer is posture is an inside job but there are things you can do from the outside(exercises and ergonomic modification) that can help.

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Shoulder blade pain and pain between shoulder blades is ubiquitous in our fast-paced modern era.  The modern era has ushered in a new way of life.

Shoulder blade pain and pain between shoulder blades is ubiquitous in our fast-paced modern era. The modern era has ushered in a new way of life. The days of working hard outside in an agrarian society are over.

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One causative factor in the development of Chiari malformation can be neck injury. Neck injury is an overlooked mechanism that can be at the root of its genesis. There are many Chiari Malformation Types, as we will discuss in this article,

One causative factor in the development of Chiari malformation can be neck injury. Neck injury is an overlooked mechanism that can be at the root of its genesis. There are many Chiari Malformation Types, as we will discuss in this article,

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You might be asking yourself- Should I seek Chiropractic Treatment while pregnant? Should I seek prenatal chiropractic treatment? The answer to that question is simple

You might be asking yourself - Should I seek Chiropractic Treatment while pregnant? Should I seek prenatal chiropractic treatment? The answer to that question is simple- If you are seeking a type of care that will maximize your bodies ability to function properly then the answer should be an emphatic yes!

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Is your cervical spine too straight?  If your neck is too straight you might be asking how it happened and what you can do about it.

Is your cervical spine too straight?  If your neck is too straight you might be asking how it happened and what you can do about it. Neck trauma in combination with ergonomic issues are the most common cause of straight cervical spine and reverse curvature of cervical spine.

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A Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractor, published a case study showing a patient who had recovered from neck pain, upper extremity paresthesia and dysautonomia following care with the Blair Technique.

On July 9th2018 Dr. Charmaine Herman et al. , A Blair Upper Cervical Chiropractor, published a case study showing a patient who had recovered from neck pain, upper extremity paresthesia and dysautonomia following care with the Blair Technique.

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In this article we will answer the question - Can cervical spine problems cause sinus problems?

In this article we will answer the question - Can cervical spine problems cause sinus problems? The answer is an emphatic yes! There is a direct relationship between the sinus membranes, the nerves that control them and cervical spine injury causing spinal misalignment. 

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TMJ and dizziness symptoms often go together. The prevalence of people who suffer with TMJ and dizziness symptoms simultaneously is high.

TMJ and dizziness symptoms often go together. The prevalence of people who suffer with TMJ and dizziness symptoms simultaneously is high. This is the result of a common neurological cause-upper cervical spine injury and subsequent brain stem interference.

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