August 27, 2021
You feel just fine. The other driver, the police, and the tow truck drivers ask you whether you’re injured after a car accident, but you have no broken bones and aren’t bleeding. You’re not hurt and don’t need medical attention, or so you think. Once the adrenaline has worn off a few hours later, however, you start to feel the effects of the trauma. Here are some of the kinds of injuries you should keep and eye out for following a car accident and what you should do in these situations.(more…)
July 26, 2021
You feel it right between your shoulders. That pain in your upper back just isn’t going away, and you wonder where did this come from? Although mild muscle strain is often the cause of pain between the shoulders, a more serious condition may be to blame. It’s important to recognize when you need to see a professional so that you get the treatment you need. In this post, you’ll learn about the various causes of upper back pain between the shoulders and how you can get relief.(more…)
June 25, 2021
You figured it would go away on its own after a while. It didn’t seem that bad at first. You didn’t want to make a fuss. In your mind, there are plenty of reasons that you haven’t contacted a chiropractor for your lower back pain, and you may be questioning when is the right time to see one. You don’t have to guess anymore! Here are four clear signs that it’s time to schedule that first visit.(more…)
May 24, 2021
You didn’t see it coming. All of a sudden, you were hit by another car. Although you haven’t suffered from broken bones or bad bleeding, you now are dealing with back pain as a result of the accident. X-rays don’t necessarily show anything wrong, but your lower back pain can be debilitating. What could be wrong with your back? And more importantly, how can this pain be treated?
Although your injury would need to be evaluated by an experienced expert for a proper diagnosis, the problem could be a lumbar strain. Read on to learn more about this type of injury and what you can do to feel better.(more…)
April 23, 2021
The morning after your car accident, you wake up with an intense headache. You don’t recall bumping your head in the crash, so you initially think it’s unrelated. You take some Tylenol and forget about your headache, until it returns hours later. Unfortunately, the headaches may be becoming more frequent and more intense, leading you to miss work or miss out on important events.
You wonder—what’s going on? Where did these headaches come from and how can you get rid of them? In this post, you’ll learn about the most common headache that results from car accidents and what you can do about them.(more…)
March 22, 2021
It came out of nowhere. One second, you’re sitting at a red light waiting for it to change; the next, your car jolts forward unexpectedly. You’ve been rear-ended. At first, you’re more concerned about the damage done to your car because you seem fine otherwise. But did you know that car accident injuries can show up much later on?
In stressful situations, your body produces adrenaline to help you power through the situation, but it can only last so long. When it finally subsides and the dust clears, sometimes days later, you may realize that you’re more hurt than you thought. In this post, you’ll learn about the delayed types of pain that can result from a car accident and what to do about them.(more…)
February 26, 2021
You love spending time in your garden and seeing it flourish. You’ve worked hard and long to make it look this good, but lately, you’ve noticed that your hands are uncomfortably tingly and numb, making this pastime more difficult for you. You also experience bouts of discomfort in your neck or back. What may seem like simple back pain could actually be a condition called spinal stenosis. Are you curious to learn more about this? Instead of sifting through the endless Google results, you can get basic information about it here.(more…)
January 26, 2021
Did you know that one in six workers, either part-time or full-time, worked from home before 2020? Obviously that number has drastically risen as a result of the pandemic, which means that millions of people face the new challenge of working in an environment that may not have the same ergonomic accommodations that their employers provide in the office. If you fit into this category, you can struggle with neck or back pain in Dallas, carpal tunnel syndrome, and other musculoskeletal problems. Here are some ways you can adapt to a work-from-home environment without causing undue stress on your body.(more…)
December 26, 2020
You tell yourself it’s just a little fender bender. You feel a little shaken but otherwise okay, so you decide to try to get back to a normal routine. But that could be a huge mistake! If you’ve been in a wreck, you should get a professional opinion right away. Then, you can start doing exercises and stretches at home to minimize the duration of potential pain. Here’s some instructions for what you can do for neck and back pain after a car accident in Dallas.(more…)
November 28, 2020
Checking that everyone is safe, making arrangements for your rental car, and giving your statement to both insurance companies and the police—there is so much to do in the aftermath of a car accident. But even if you think you feel fine or you’re too busy, a visit to your chiropractor should be toward the top of your to-do list.
Whether or not you feel immediate pain in your neck or back, this visit can be essential for your long-term well-being. In this blog post, you’ll learn about what you gain when you work with a chiropractor for your back pain treatment in Dallas.(more…)