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Chiropractic spinal traction therapy in Ament Corners is a method of stretching and mobilizing the spine using hands-on or mechanic force. Alleviation in pain is sought with therapeutic spinal traction by loosening tight and/or constricted muscles around the spine, and to help decompress intervertebral discs in order to relieve pressure on the spinal nerve roots, which is a major cause of back and spine related pain. As with other chiropractic treatments, spinal traction may or may not help alleviate your pain, often times with chiropractic treatment what works on one patient may not be right for others. Your chiropractor will evaluate your condition and determine if traction, and in what form, is right for you.

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Yes, a chiropractor can help people with allergies. Next time you are feeling unwell due to allergies, you should consider visiting a chiropractor in Ament Corners . Chiropractic care is a holistic method of providing relief for the discomfort you feel when you suffer from allergies. Your chiropractor can successfully treat allergies by keeping your body healthy and less vulnerable to allergic reactions. A visit to a chiropractor, when you are suffering the symptoms of an allergic reaction, may help you to cope with your condition and make you feel much better. How can a Chiropractor help you?  Allergic reactions are common immune disorders.

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Spinal Decompression Bloating, abdominal cramping, gas, diarrhoea or constipation? You may be suffering from Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).If this debilitating condition is making it hard for you to work, attend social functions, or travel, you may finally find relief by undergoing Chiropractic care. Although you may not know what is causing your IBS, seeing a Chiropractor may just be the solution you have been waiting for.IBS may affect up to 20% of the population at some point in their life. For some the symptoms may be mild, and well for others, life can become quite uncomfortable and stressful. Whether it affects you at work, home or socially, seeing a Chiropractor may allow you to live a more comfortable life, free from pain.Before we begin to understand how a Chiropractor may be able to help with IBS, let's first look at what IBS is, and some theories of why it may develop. Irritable Bowel Syndrome is a functional disorder of the large intestines, affecting the nerves and muscles of the bowel. The nerves can sometimes become oversensitive and the muscles may not contract as well as they're supposed to. This can cause abdominal pain and irregular bowel movements. This altered bowel function may affect the way your intestines respond to stimuli (such as certain foods) as well as stress that would not normally bother other people. Researchers have not yet discovered any specific cause for IBS, but they have been able to find similarities in some of the sufferers: 50% of people noticed symptoms of IBS after a major life event - such as the loss of a loved one, change of house or job, etc. This suggests that there may be a possible psychological trigger for IBS. 20% of people noticed symptoms after inflammation or infection of the bowels - suggesting infection as the cause.While IBS does not have a definitive cause, it does have certain triggers. Some of these include: • Certain medication • Alcohol and caffeine • Dairy • Wheat, rye, barley and chocolate • Stress • Eating large meals • MSG • Artificial sweeteners. How can a Chiropractor help? Chiropractors believe that there is a strong relationship between the intestines and the nervous system (brain, spinal cord, and spinal nerves). In order for your bowels to work as best as they can, your nervous system must be able to send information to your intestines without any interference. Since the spine houses the spinal cord (a component of the nervous system), misalignments in the vertebrae (bones) of the spine, may lead to interference of this communication network, and hence lead to irritable bowel. Chiropractors refer to this interference as a subluxation. By correcting these subluxations, the nerves are better able to carry the messages to the bowel to allow for their optimal functioning. This is how a Chiropractor may be able to help people suffering with irritable bowel syndrome. There have not been any studies that prove Chiropractic to be effective with IBS, but it is becoming an increasingly popular alternative treatment for this ailment. Many Chiropractors report that spinal adjustments have helped their patients better manage their irritable bowel.Chiropractic care has also been known to help reduce stress - one of the culprits of IBS symptoms. And a good Chiropractor may also be able to propose a suitable food plan, to minimise the symptoms of this stressful condition. While medication masks the pain and symptoms, as you can see, Chiropractors treat the underlying cause of IBS. Are you sick and tired of putting up with an irritable bowel? Why not consider Chiropractic as a safe, gentle and effective means for managing the pain and discomfort associated with this ailment. Sciatica Relief

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Before I begin, let me give you a little insight to where my perspective on the healing comes from. By training, I'm a scientist. I am really good at looking at issues critically and deciphering facts and problems based on factual evidence and sound theories. At the same time, I always had an interest in alternative medicine and while I lived in Seattle for 5 years, I had the chance to experience directly and learn various healing modalities such as naturopathic physician care, acupuncture, homeopathy, Nambudripad's Allergy Elimination Techniques (NAET). Some of my knowledge comes from being the inquisitive patient, some comes from discussions with students of Bastyr College of Naturopathic medicine who I befriended while in Seattle. While in Seattle I also took several classes on Reiki, and became a Reiki Master/Teacher and hence I have the insiders perspective on how energy healing works and what it can and can't do.I am a strong advocate of alternative therapies in conjunction with or sometimes instead of traditional medicine. However, recently, I have been really bothered by practices of chiropractors (some not all) and I feel that there are many out there that take advantage of the general lack of understanding of how the human body works in patients to keep their businesses going. I write this article with the goal to educate moms on the good, the bad, and the ugly associated with chiropractic care, especially as many chiropractors now advocate for 'maintenance care' not only for adults but also for children. As you will see below, I do believe that chiropractic adjustments can be very useful, especially when they are performed as part of the whole body healing, but unfortunately, when done in isolation, chiropractic adjustments often only set you up on a path of going, and going, and going back to your chiropractor for more treatments, rather than getting well. The work of a chiropractor is to manipulate the spine to remove misalignments. Misalignments in the spine are often referred to as subluxations. Traditional chiropractic philosophy is based on the belief that misalignments in the spine are the root cause of illness. Hence they remove the misalignments in the spine with the hope that the illness will go away as well. The idea behind this theory is that all body organs are connected to the spine through nerves. If there is misalignment in the spine, it will cause a problem with the nerves and then other organs connected to them. If you consider long term chiropractic care for yourself or your family, be sure that this theory of all illness originating from spine misalignments resonates with you. It doesn't with me. Here is why. The spine connects to joints, then to muscles and ligaments that support the spine and its structure. If there is a problem within the spine, the muscles in the close proximity to the spine misalignment (and often not only in that region) will also be affected. Typically some muscles will become overly tight and some will become weak, as muscles work in pairs. This is what's commonly referred to a muscle imbalance. In addition to the musculoskeletal system in your body, there is a biochemical system, and an emotional system. The biochemical system includes your blood chemistry, hormones, vitamins, minerals, and hence this system is vital to your well-being. Emotions, including moods and attitudes have also been shown to contribute to and to aid illnesses. The musculoskeletal, the biochemical, and the emotional systems within our body are very intimately connected to create our well-being or sickness. If we become ill, all of these systems will be affected and disease will manifest in all. I think it's naive to believe that all disease starts from the spine. For example, if you never go out in the sun and eventually become Vitamin D deficient, it is likely that you will develop problems in your spine since Vitamin D deficiency leads to muscles weakness. This in turn will likely lead to spine misalignments. Similarly, severe emotional trauma, never addressed properly, over time may lead to sickness which will likely cause some spine misalignment. I believe that it's correct to say that most illness will manifest itself in the spine, but that is not the same as saying that all illness originates in the spine. One thing to keep in mind is that the somewhat simplistic philosophy behind chiropractic and illness was developed at time when people had no choice but to eat minimally processed foods from local sources, before there were any chemicals in the environment, and at a time before drugs, vaccinations, and other environmental factors were impacting our health. In our modern society, there are other factors that contribute to creating illness, which must be addressed. In my opinion, removing the cause of the illness is the best approach for curing it. Finding the cause of the illness is often the tricky part. This is where a doctor with a broad range of expertise and education is most helpful. Ideally, the physician you pick as your doctor is familiar with how disease manifests itself in the musculoskeletal system, as well as in the biochemical and emotional system. Such a physician can best determine how to get all these systems back into balance. Chiropractic treatments have the best chance of curing problems most directly related to disturbances in the musculoskeletal system of the body. Many joint, and muscle pains can be aided by chiropractic manipulation. The question is, whether the pain will stay away. If the treatment is for an injury such as back pain due to someone lifting a heavy object in awkward manner, one to several chiropractic adjustments will usually get rid of the pain for good. The reason is that the cause of the pain was the spinal misalignment, and once removed, the patient is usually pain free.What about chronic pain though? Moms often develop neck and shoulder pain from nursing and carrying their children. Lower back pain and sciatica are also quite common. All chiropractors happily address these conditions, but how they are addressed varies greatly between chiropractors.It is a very common chiropractic practice to manipulate the spine to try to get it back to its proper alignment, and ask the patient to come back multiple times in a week, often for long periods of time. The reason for the multiple return visits is not addressing the cause of the spine misalignment. If the cause of the problem is not removed, few hours to a few days after the adjustment, the spine slowly returns to its previous state. Why? Because the muscles that are tight are pulling it in the direction of previous misalignment and the weak muscles can't support the corrected structure. So the patient goes back to the chiropractor, and the process is repeated. 5, 10, 20, 40, sometimes 60 times, usually 1 to 3 times a week over a course of weeks. Then once a week, then once a month. After all those adjustments, it is possible that the muscles over time slowly adapt into the new corrected shape from the repeated adjustments, but typically if treatment is stopped, the spine will go back to the misalignment as the cause of the problem was never addressed by the chiropractic practitioner. Many moms I know have chronic neck or lower back pain, and all feel better after visiting a chiropractor. The problem is that they need to keep seeing the chiropractor in order to feel better.The underlying reason for chronic pain is often postural patterns (such as forward rounded shoulders from computer use) and muscle imbalances (strong quadriceps and weak hamstrings in runners or after pregnancy). That's only part of the picture though. Spine misalignment can also be caused by and exacerbated by a food allergy, such as dairy intolerance, or vitamin deficiency. The misalignments due to these factors can be as severe as from chronic postural patterns. Chiropractic adjustments will keep making the patient feel better after every adjustment, however if the cause is never addressed, the problem will keep coming back. In these examples, it would make most sense to address the cause of the illness (vitamin D deficiency or dairy intolerance) rather than the symptom (spine misalignment). Neck Strain Cervical Pain

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