Align Right Blog
August 20, 2018
If you suffer from back pain, then there are risk factors that you can control. For example, you can watch what you eat so you don’t gain too much weight. Be aware of your posture and stand up straight. Also, you can try different sleep positions to see which one is best for your back. One factor you cannot control is your height, and tall individuals may be more susceptible to back pain. If this is you, then schedule a consultation with a Dallas chiropractor. A treatment plan that includes chiropractic care, exercise and massage therapy can be very helpful.
July 13, 2018
When traffic is heavy, such as during rush hour, chain reaction car accidents are more likely to occur. Even if you’re at the tail end of the chain, you may still want to look into having back pain treatment in Dallas. Read on to learn more about how a chain reaction car accident happens, what you can do to avoid one, and how to help your aching back.
June 13, 2018
You need to be a safe and defensive driver. That’s true. But sometimes accidents are unavoidable because the other drivers around you are not driving safely and defensively. If that’s the case where you live, then you might be driving in a city that is known for dangerous drivers. That’s why staying up on how to be a better driver is so important. Read to learn about the cities that have the worst driving record and what you can do to avoid accidents with tips from a Dallas chiropractor.
April 13, 2018
They may look like something out of the television cartoon show The Jetsons, but self-driving cars are around the corner—pun intended. The question is are they safe. The short answer to that question is that the technology does have the potential to be safer than human driven cars, but there is much more work and testing to be done before we get to that point. Read on to learn what a chiropractor in Dallas has to say about self-driving cars and your safety.
March 13, 2018
Have you ever gotten a notice in the mail that your car or any of your car’s equipment has been recalled? If so, then your first thoughts probably surrounded potential safety issues. And that is exactly why you need to heed the recall and contact your dealer immediately. Read on to learn more about the details of vehicle recalls from your Dallas chiropractor.
February 27, 2018
Every day, millions of people around the globe summon a driver with Uber. The company claims that the number of drunk driving accidents has decreased because so many people choose the rideshare service. But is the claim true? Some researchers say yes, while others say more studies need to be done. Whatever the case, your chiropractor has a few tips to keep you and your passengers safe and offers personal injury treatment in Dallas if you are injured in an accident.
January 27, 2018
So you’ve had a little fender bender. Nothing serious, thankfully, but you may still want to schedule an appointment with a car accident chiropractor in Dallas just to make sure you don’t have any residual aches and pains. The next step would be to figure out how that minor accident will impact your driving record. Here’s the explanation and answer.
November 21, 2017
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports that December 23rd and 24th are two of the four deadliest days on American roadways. (The other two are July 3rd and 4th). Everyone is in a hurry to rush home with their packages so the fact that the roads are more dangerous should come as no surprise. With that in mind, your Dallas chiropractor would like to offer a few tips on how you can protect yourself and your family this holiday season.
November 11, 2017
If you’ve sustained an injury at work, then you might wish you could go back and do something different. You know—like not leave that file box in the path you take to your desk. But since you can’t actually go back to undo an accident, why not take a few precautions ahead of time? Dr. Zinovy Chukhman, your Dallas chiropractor, has these safety tips to offer.
October 23, 2017
Whiplash is a common injury if you’ve been in a car accident. Let’s say you were in a frontal collision. In this case, your car stops abruptly but your body—including your head and neck—continues to move forward in the direction the car was traveling and is then whipped back, only stopping upon contact with the headrest. When this happens, ligaments and muscles in your neck and shoulders are strained. Consequently, movement is restricted so exercise is generally discouraged initially, but can gradually be resumed as your neck begins to heal. Read on to learn more about whiplash and how best to care for yourself.