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Understanding Rotator Cuff Syndrome

Shoulder Pain Jackson MS Rotator Cuff Syndrome

Have you been diagnosed with Rotator Cuff Syndrome? If you have, you may feel the pain of not only in the shoulder but the limitations it has put on your life, whether and work or trying to enjoy a game of golf or tennis. To better help you understand our recommendation for this injury, let ...

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The Generation of Degenerative Back Pain

Back Pain Jackson MS Arthritis

Next time you are out, look to the person on your left and right or better yet look at the group of people who are just a short distance from you. What you may notice is the rolled shoulders and head forward posture. No, it is not the cell phone they have in their ...

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A Summer Salute To Sciatica

Leg Pain Jackson MS Sciatica

The summer season is in full swing! As we are enjoying the warm weather, barbecues and the excitement of long awaited vacations, are you feeling red with anger, white with pain, and emotionally blue with being park-benched with low back and leg pain? If so, read on. What is Sciatic Nerve Pain? Your sciatic nerve is the longest ...

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Neck Pain – Not This Summer!

Neck Pain Jackson MS Whiplash

We all love summer vacations filled with the fun of amusement parks and long days on the beach. At least, we use too. As children, we could not wait to get on the newest and fastest roller coasters and be thrown around on the lake on water skis and tubes. But as we ...

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Observations From A Chiropractor

Evolutions Role Jackson MS Back Pain

Man's trajectory from the beginning has been to come, become, adapt, and grow.  Our evolution from even a small infant can be measured by lying to sitting, sitting to crawling, and finally crawling to standing.  With this said our species from an outside observer would now be entered as the era of de-evolution of man. ...

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