Chronic Pain

Fibromyalgia Treatment

Firbomyalgia is a complex chronic condition that affects over 10 million people throughout the United States and approximately five percent of the world’s population. As the most common chronic pain condition, the majority of fibromyalgia patients are women, although it does affect men and children, too. The associated symptoms have a mental and physical effect…

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Reduce Sciatic Pain

If you are looking for relief from sciatic pain, chiropractic care is your solution. Unlike traditional medicine that relies heavily on prescription drugs and surgical treatment, chiropractic treats sciatica without exposing patients to potential adverse side effects. If you are interested in experiencing long-term or permanent pain relief, ongoing chiropractic care may be worth pursuing.

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Chiropractic Care Can Help Reduce The Pain Associated With Chronic Illness

Trying to maintain a healthy system can be difficult at times considering how many parts of the body need to work simultaneously to create balance. If illness appears and disrupts such stability, it often leads us to seek treatment for relief. For some people, diseases such as cancer offer few options when it comes to…

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Atlanta Chiropractic Treatment For Hip, Knee, and Ankle Pain

Many of the patients who seek treatment from our Atlanta Chiropractors suffer from pain in their lower extremities, which refers to the area between your hips and ankles. These kinds of conditions affect over six million people throughout the United States and can be treated without the use of surgery or prescription medications.

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Get Through The Work Day Pain-Free With Chiropractic Treatment

Complaints of headaches and back pain are fairly common among workers in just about every field, and both lead to significant discomfort and disability, while also decreasing productivity. Two recent studies set out to figure out how workers come to experience musculoskeletal pain and headaches, and which factors are most likely to cause such occurrences….

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