One of the main causes of neck pain and headaches is a result of inadequate posture. Often is the case, that when someone recognizes and understands strength as it relates to posture, it can play an important roll in finding neck pain relief.Read More
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- How Can a Chiropractor Fix My Back Pain?
In the musculoskeletal system, we have two types of muscle groups, gross or prime movers, and fine or supportive movers. When prime movers and supportive movers work harmoniously together we can, in essence, call this a kinetic chain. Biomechanical dysfunctions start to occur when there is a disconnect between the motor control centers in the brain and the muscles.
Chiropractic care often involves manually manipulating the joints of the spine, causing a popping or cracking sound and feeling. When done properly by a qualified chiropractor, ‘back cracking’ as it’s commonly called, can bring immediate relief to the patient. So what exactly happens when a chiropractor cracks your back — and can you get the same benefits by doing it yourself?
What Happens When a Chiropractor Cracks Your back
Let’s look at why a chiropractor would crack a patient’s back in the first place. There are two theories behind spinal manipulation:
If you suffer from migraines or know someone who does, you know just how disabling a migraine can be. Not only are the symptoms of an active migraine attack painful and often accompanied by nausea and vomiting, pre- and post-migraine phases are also unpleasant. The entire attack can last up to three days, and many migraine patients have multiple episodes each month.
If you’re a serious athlete, whether professional or amateur, considering chiropractic care, choosing a sports chiropractor is a smart decision. The field of chiropractic sports medicine is a specialization of traditional chiropractic care focused on the unique needs of athletes with an emphasis on treating and preventing musculoskeletal injuries. Sports chiropractors bring extensive sports knowledge to their practices and understand the desire for peak performance, accelerated recovery, and the avoidance of unnecessary medications and invasive treatments.