60 Second Muscle Relaxants vs Chiropractic

60 Second Muscle Relaxants vs Chiropractic

Your primary care physician recommends that you take muscle relaxants for your acute lower back pain. You don’t like the idea of taking medication. So, what else can you do? Chiropractic treatment has been shown in multiple studies to be more successful in treating lower back pain than muscle relaxants. A recent study published in

60 Second Chiropractic

60 Second Chiropractic

Chiropractic care does wonders for the spine, neck, and upper and lower back. But did you know that chiropractic is a great source of healing for many other ailments? • Jaw – Excessive stress, teeth grinding, and spinal problems can cause TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders. Skilled chiropractic care can directly rebalance the muscles of the

Chiropractic Can Do What?

As we wrap up National Chiropractic Health Month, it’s a great time to address some of the lesser-known physical issues that are often helped by chiropractic care. Let’s explore a few now… Jaw – Excessive stress, teeth grinding, and spinal problems can cause TMJ (temporomandibular joint) disorders. Skilled chiropractic care can directly rebalance the muscles

Burbank Chiropractor Believes Natural Pain Relief Is Better for Your Heart

Burbank Chiropractor Believes Natural Pain Relief Is Better for Your Heart

A study published in the March issue of European Heart Journal – Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy indicates that the use of NSAIDs – non-steroidal anti-inflammatory over-the-counter drugs such as aspirin, ibuprofen (Motrin, Advil), naproxen (Aleve), and more – may increase the risk of cardiac arrest. This is yet another reason why this Burbank chiropractor recommends avoiding NSAIDs

Drinking Tea Can Be Good for Brain Health

Drinking Tea Can Be Good for Brain Health

A cup of tea a day may be just what the doctor ordered for lifelong brain health. And this may be especially so for those who are genetically predisposed to debilitating Alzheimer’s disease. This is according to a recent study led by Assistant Professor Feng Lei from the Department of Psychological Medicine at the National

Back Pain and Mental Health

Back Pain and Mental Health

Greetings from Dr. Thorburn: An article in Medical News discussed a study of almost 200,000 participants. It was found that individuals who have back pain are more likely to experience a range of mental health conditions. Back pain and mental health problems? Back pain is the leading cause of disability around the world and is