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  • Chiropractic History-Subluxation/Restriction
    Although “spinal manipulation” has been documented in China and Greece as far back as 2700 B.C., modern chiropractic was founded in 1895 by D.D. Palmer. He was an anatomist who adjusted his janitor, Read more
  • Chiropractic and Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
    Carpal tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a very common problem that affects millions of people every year. It is common in over use occupations such as hairdressers, bakers, construction workers, and Read more
  • Massage Credentials
    Have you ever wondered what type of education or credentials your massage therapist has had? When you pick a massage therapist, does their education or licensure have any impact on your decision? In Read more
  • Exercise Tip-Effective Stretching
    There are many reasons for stretching including improving flexibility, minimizing the possibility of injuries, and reducing pain. Whether you are lifting weights, doing aerobics, playing sports, or just being a weekend warrior, stretching Read more
  • Chiropractic & Headaches
    There are many kinds of headaches including: tension, cervicogenic, cluster, sinus, and migraines. Some researches suggest that the cause of neurologic in nature and others say the cause is vascular. I believe it’s Read more
  • Is it bad to adjust myself?
    When a chiropractor adjust someone, he has a lot of training to make sure it’s done properly and that no harm will be done. Also, the theory is that a chiropractor adjusts Read more
  • Exercise: What is core stability?
    There are people who are very strong who have a weak core and there are weak people who have exceptional core stability. Your core involves both large muscles in your spine as Read more
  • How well educated is your Chiropractor?
    Have you ever wondered just how much education your chiropractor has had? The facts may vary well surprise you. Today’s Doctor of Chiropractic completes a Bachelor of Science plus a five-year program Read more
  • Happy New Year! (Detox)
    Happy New Years! With the New Year, comes New Year’s resolutions. Many resolutions involve losing weight, exercising more, eating healthier and taking care of your body. Please keep us in mind for Read more
  • Tips For Shoveling Snow
    Sooner or later, snow will fall in Wisconsin. Nobody likes shoveling snow; however, these tips can help you avoid injuries: Listen to Read more
  • Massage on Stress
    Prolonged periods of stress can negatively affect many systems of the body. Stress has been shown to aggravate, or even cause, such problems as heart disease, gastrointestinal disorders, memory loss and decreased Read more
  • Straights and Mixers
    Straight chiropractors adhere more to philosophical principles and are based on the idea that the subluxation is the cause of disease. Straight Chiropractors believe subluxation interferes with an "innate intelligence" Read more
  • Chiropractic and Arthritis
    Osteoarthritis (OA) is a poor word to use because “artho” means joint and “it is” means inflammation. However, OA is not inflammatory in nature at all. A better term to use is Read more
  • Is an adjustment safe?
    An adjustment or manipulation is a high velocity, low amplitude force that is specifically applied to a joint to improve the joint's range of motion. This improved neurologic, physiologic, and biomechanical function of Read more
  • Initial Examination
    Price Chiropractic's examination is usually more thorough and comprehensive than most medical exams. It includes: Intake form with full history (including medications, allergies, surgical Hx, accident/injury Hx, exercise status, sleeping habits, Read more
  • What conditions do you treat?
    These are just some conditions that I treat everyday: Headaches/Migraines Neck and Back Pain Shoulder Impingement/Rotator Cuff Tears Work Injuries/over-use injuries Sports injuries (ie Sprains/Strains) “Sciatica” Disc Herniations Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Plantar Fasciitis Tendonitis/Tennis Elbow/Golfer’s Elbow Fibromyalgia Knee and Ankle Sprains MVAs (Whiplash) Read more

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