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IBS Treatment Options

What are my treatment options for IBS (Irritable Bowel Syndrome?)

Irritable bowel syndrome can be a frustrating diagnosis for both patients and physicians. There is no gold standard test nor treatment protocol within medical practice for IBS, which means medical advice may vary widely based on physician experience and patient history. To complicate the matter anyone who is diagnosed with …

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Do I have Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Do I have Irritable Bowel Syndrome? What is IBS? What causes it?

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a common condition affecting the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. It is estimated that between 10 and 20% of the Western world suffer from this chronic condition (1)! So there is a high probability that someone you know is dealing with IBS, even if they have never …

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10 cases of posture shift after chiropractic

Eight patients that showed posture shift associated with a positive change in symptoms – and two patients that didn’t

There is a lot of debate on the internet on how to improve and perfect your posture. Many of those participating in this debate have their opinions on the value of including chiropractic care. Some say that chiropractic care is an essential component of improving the balance of the spine …

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Is this why I’m healing slower than I expected?

One powerful reason why some spinal healing takes longer than anticipated. Healing in most body tissues requires clotting and inflammation Healing from any injury requires inflammation. And almost everywhere in the body, the first part of the inflammatory process requires some sort of clotting. Clotting is where blood cells and …

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Leg weakness and low back pain respond to neck release

A mother in her 40’s with leg weakness and low back pain (video)

Can a gentle release in the neck unlock the low back and increase strength in the legs? Many patients struggle with lower body issues, whether it be pain, discomfort, or weakness in the low back, hips, or legs. Because these issues are near or below the waist, they seek solutions …

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