Category Archives: Neurology

How to Treat Sciatic Nerve Pain

Neurology | Jul 13, 2020

How to Treat Sciatic Nerve Pain

Sciatic nerve pain occurs when the sciatic nerve is compressed, pinched, or injured. This nerve begins in the lumbar spine, travels down the lower back, and goes into each leg. Problems with the sciatic nerve lead to back pain, pain in the hips, and legs and the pain can range…

What Can a Pinched Nerve Lead to if Not Treated

Neurology, Spine Care | Mar 15, 2021

What Can a Pinched Nerve Lead to if Not Treated?

You may think you’ve never experienced a pinched nerve before, but you’re likely wrong: have you ever sat in one spot for too long, and your foot or arm falls asleep? You might call this feeling “pins and needles” or simply your foot “falling asleep” but this is actually a…


Chiropractic, Neurology | Oct 7, 2021

What Is a Chiropractic Neurologist?

As a part of their extensive training, chiropractors are able to choose areas of specialty such as orthopedics, radiology, or internal medicine. One area they can choose is neurology, which requires an additional 3-year course of study in neurology on top of their regular chiropractic training. The rigor of this…


Neurology | Jun 28, 2022

How to Get Rid of a Headache

Did you know that there are over one hundred different types of headaches? While some kinds of headaches are more common than others, it is important to know what type of headache you are experiencing. Headache remedies may vary slightly depending on the kind of headache that is bothering you.…

General, Neurology | Jul 18, 2022

Do I Need to See a Neurologist After a Car Accident?

Millions of car accidents happen every year in the United States, and many result in injuries to drivers and passengers. Some car accident injuries are more obvious than others, like scrapes, bruises, bleeding, and broken bones. However, some injuries can have unusual symptoms that might surprise you. Car accident injuries…

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