Discs that are herniated or bulging on a nerve that is exiting the spinal column can be a very serious condition directly linked to subluxations.
Lower Back Pain affects an average of 17.4 million adults per year in the United States, and it affects athletes of all sports at one point or another.
A slipped disc is not much different from a herniated or bulging disc. These terms are often used interchangeably, however they are different.
Degenerative disc disease is a spinal condition that, as we age, the fluid in the spinal discs begins to reduce and change, causing degeneration.
Facet Syndrome occurs as a result of aging, wear-and-tear, or constant pressure on the facet joints, but damage can also arise from an injury.
Almost everyone has suffered from a headache, whether the pain is sharp, dull, specific area, all over, a couple hours long, or even a couple days.
Golfer’s elbow occurs when the tendons and muscles of the inner forearm and wrist are damaged from excessive and repeated stress.
Although called “Tennis Elbow”, any occupation, sport, or activity that repeatedly uses the forearm and wrist, can lead to this condition.