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How Maintaining your Spine Angles helps to Maintain your Health! by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Sun 19 Sep 2010 12:00am Your spine has a “C” curve in the neck, then the spine changes angles and has a bigger “C” angle going the other way, and then back to a “C” type angle of the low back. In the dorsal spine or mid-back and in the lumbar spine or low back the angle is more of an elliptical shape. Keep in mind that the whole spine works together and ... Read on »
Your Colon and Your Spine, Part 1 of 2 by sarahimoore Posted Tue 24 Aug 2010 11:35am Charlie @ 5 months being adjusted (currently he is 11 mo) When I first learned about chiropractic care it was from my husband before we were married. I knew there was a chiropractor in my small town but that is all I knew, where his office was. So as an adult I thought someone with back pain or who had just had a car accident went, I ... Read on »
End Neck Pain By Improving Posture - How Proper Posture Improves Your Spine Relieving Nerve Pressure by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 4:12pm How does posture have anything to do with neck pain?-- Neck pain comes from pressure on the nerves. How does this happen?--Usually pressure from a misaligned neck spine. When your spine is misaligned (some call that subluxated) it does not move like it should and in turn creates inflammation in that area. Either out-of-alignment spinal vertebrae ... Read on »
Know Your Spine by functionalfitness Posted Fri 17 Jun 2011 7:54pm After suffering a strain in my lower back a couple of weeks ago, I was inspired to write you all a lovely article about causes, prevention, and cures for lower back pain.  But, I realized that I couldn’t write an effective article without you having a basic knowledge of the spine.  So, today I’m going to give you all a little anatomy lesson!  D ... Read on »
Straighten Up with a Scoliosis Screening by Dr Larry Posted Fri 28 May 2010 1:39pm You are here: Home / Get Well / Straighten Up with a Scoliosis Screening Straighten Up with a Scoliosis Screening 07th May Posted by shawn ·   Filed under Get Well , Wellness Tagged with Health , Scoliosis , Screening , The Specific , Wellness Straighten Up with a Scoliosis Screening The human ... Read on »
How heavy backpacks strain children’s spines - MRI study by Dr. John Z. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 14 Feb 2010 12:00am Heavy backpacks place a measurable strain on the spines of children, with heavier loads causing greater spinal strain and increased back pain, reports a study in the January 1, 2010 issue of Spine. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans sho ... Read on »
Scoliosis – An Inside and Outside Approach by Movements Afoot Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 1:09pm Lesley, Director of Movements Afoot: Why do people get scoliosis? Martha: There is a difference between heredity, medical and functional scoliosis. Scoliosis is a lateral curvature of the spine. Hereditary scoliosis includes curvatures caused by abnormal bone development in the spinal column or even as a result of leg bone length differe ... Read on »
Can Chiropractic Help Scoliosis? by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Tue 02 Jun 2009 4:32pm San Francisco Chiropractor Comments: Yes, Chiropractic can help scoliosis. In fact, I have helped hundreds of scoliosis patients over the years at my downtown San Francisco Chiropractic Clinics. For the most part, scoliosis is of idiopathic (unknown) origin. It is detected after it has been there for a while which makes it hard to know the ... Read on »
Herniated Disc Repair – Surgery for the Spine by SpineSurgery Posted Wed 18 Apr 2012 6:28am In your spine, there are small, spongy discs that cushion the bones forming the spine. These discs work as shock absorbers for the spine making it flexible. Sometimes, all or part of a spinal disc is forced through a weakened part of the disc placing pressure on nearby nerves. This condition is known as herniated disc. It may be caused by: A ... Read on »
Loss of Curvature in the Neck- "military neck" by Nav J. Patient ExpertHealth MavenFacebook Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 11:19pm "oh my neck really hurts... I cannot turn my head" "My Neck is stiff..." - is that a constant health complaint for you? Neck pain affects many aspects of our life. Working on the computer, reading, looking back to check your blind spot while driving- can really aggravate neck pain and stiffness. For those who look further into it and have a prope ... Read on »