Colic is defined as comfortless crying in a young child or a baby and the child exhibits periodic fussiness that can last over hours or days. Colic is characterized by problems of loud piercing cry, tensed abdominal muscles, flexed legs, and clenched fingers. It generally starts around three weeks of age and lasts until around three months but sometimes lasts for as long as six months. Approximately 10-20% of babies are affected by colic.1
So who is responsible for our health? Is it ourselves or our doctors?
Vericocele is an enlargement of varicose veins that are in the scrotum. This happens as a result of defective one-way valves that are meant to protect backflow in the veins, or compression of a vein in the surrounding structure can cause this.
“Sit Up Straight!” How many times did you hear that from your mom? Chances are hundreds. Why was mom so persistent?
What is it about love that makes us act the way we do?
The bones in your wrist form a tunnel where the median nerve runs through, along with tendons, ligament and blood vessels. The median nerve begins at the spinal cord and passes through openings in the lower neck, across the shoulder, down the arm, and passes through the wrist to the tips of the first three fingers.
Fibromyalgia means "pain in connective tissue and muscles". It is musculoskeletal condition and is a syndrome rather than a disease.
Sports injuries can take a person “out of the game” for either a short period of time or indefinitely depending on the injury. Proper training and preventative maintenance will help a person achieve and sustain a healthy active body. Whether you are a professional athlete, a “weekend warrior” or one that just wants to remain fit, chiropractic can help you maintain a healthy alignment and increase performance.
Headaches are a reality that affect 9 out of 10 Americans, and a comprehensive U.S. Study reported that 10 million Americans suffer from moderate to severe disability from various forms of headaches. There are many contributing factors of headaches, but headaches are in no way normal.
The Sciatic Nerves are the largest and longest nerves in the body. The Sciatic nerve is located in the back of the leg, it runs through each side of the lower spine through the sacrum and between the glut (butt muscles) and down to the feet; connecting the spinal cord with the leg and foot muscles.