Cold Laser Therapy is the newest FDA approved device for healing. With over 3000 published medical articles, it is one of the most studied medical devices on the market; it is proven effective for many conditions as well as being safe without side effects.
Pregnancy is one of the best experiences a woman can have in her entire lifetime, and giving birth is one of the ultimate success a woman can boast about. However, the physical agony that comes with it can steal the joy of being a mom and woman at the same time. Pregnancy carries with it a lot of pain already, back pain, sciatica, swelling ankles and feet, hurtful sex, headaches and whatnot, but unfortunately not all of this pain goes away after giving birth. What’s worse is that most of this pain are far more elevated after giving birth, leaving the new found mom with sadness, or worst, even depression. Chiropractic care had been an all time recommendation for expectant and postpartum women. It helps pregnant women have a better experience by giving them care and by educating them about the proper posture and movement while waiting for their baby. Chiropractors help babies by helping them have their optimal growth position while waiting for their big day. Chiropractic care is all the more needed after giving birth, especially because this is the time a woman’s body is working for its rehabilitation. Below are 5 of the many beautiful reasons why you need a chiropractor after giving birth.
Gardening is one of the best forms of exercise any of us can take, it is good for flexibility, strength, and stamina. However, you need to prepare properly for gardening injury prevention. Digging, lifting, raking, shifting, and planting can all cause significant strain to the muscles and the back.
The computer is a vital tool in many different jobs and activities, for adults and children. But long periods of using a computer can increase your chance of developing an computer related injuries. Inappropriate computer use can cause muscle and joint pain, overuse injuries of the shoulder, arm, wrist or hand, and eyestrain. [Read more…]