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  • Upper back pain before and after sleeping can be brought on by poor posture, overuse injuries, excess sitting and hunching. One often overlooked cause we'll examine is sleeping position.

  • How Chiropractors Treat Upper Back Pain
    August 29, 2019 | Articles

    Upper back pain is one of the most common back pain issues, affecting 1 in 10 men and 1 in 5 women each year. Learn how chiropractors treat upper back pain.

  • Electrotherapy is used tom help manage back pain. For some patients, a TENS unit shocks their pain back to manageable levels offering temporary relief.

  • What is Piriformis Syndrome?
    September 26, 2018 | Articles

    Piriformis syndrome, sometimes mistaken for sciatica, affects 6 to 36 percent of low back pain patients. Learn more about this condition.

  • Whiplash is the most frequently reported car insurance claims injury with payouts of $8.8 billion. Here's how to recover from this painful condition.

  • 7 Common Causes of Neck Injury
    May 16, 2018 | Articles

    The cervical spine consists of seven vertebrae with discs designed for cushion and support. If you’re feeling a pain in your neck, here are some of the common causes.

  • The Detroit Red Wings' Mike Green will undergo cervical spine surgery. Let's look at the cervical spine, its function, and why it should be handled with care.

  • Online Course: Spinal Nerves
    December 11, 2017 | Videos

    What's inside your spine? Here you will find an overview of the spinal nerves, placement, and names.

  • What You Need to Know about Sciatica
    December 4, 2017 | Articles

    If you're experiencing shooting pains or achiness in your leg or buttock, you likely have sciatica. You may not realize, however, that sciatica isn't a full diagnosis, but rather a symptom of a larger problem. If you suspect you have sciatica, you'll want to know the symptoms it causes.

  • Sacroiliac Joint Steroid Injection Video
    December 1, 2017 | Videos

    The purpose of a sacroiliac joint injection is to diagnose the source of a patient's pain and to provide therapeutic pain relief. At times, these are separated and a patient will undergo a purely diagnostic or therapeutic injection, although often the two are combined into one injection. Let's watch and see how it's done.