Managing Migraines Through Chiropractic Care

You might be surprised to learn that there are many different body aches and pains that can be managed through good chiropractic care. Take migraines, for instance. You could take some powerful painkillers that leave you extremely tired, fatigued, and no more able to function than you did before you took the medication. However, a few of the right adjustments by a chiropractor, and you could leave the chiropractor's office feeling much better. Read More 

Not Another Headache! Why You Could Be Starting Each Day With A Headache

If you're one of those people who wakes up with a headache on most mornings, you're not alone. In fact, many people throughout the US begin their day with a headache. If you're tired of reaching for the pain medication as soon as you wake up, it's time to pinpoint the culprit. There are actually quite a few reasons why you might be greeted by a headache each morning. Here are four culprits you might be dealing with. Read More 

3 Important Questions To Ask Your Orthopaedic Surgeon

Have you received an injury that requires surgery? Are you excited about your injury being repaired, but you're still not sure what to expect? Although you may have been recommended surgery by your regular doctor, you may not yet have met the doctor who is going to perform the surgery itself. Before the surgery, you'll be expected to meet with your orthopaedic surgeon to discuss what will be happening during and after the surgery. Read More 

Two Home Remedies That May Help Improve Alopecia Areata

For many people, their hair is their crowning glory. So, losing it as a result of the autoimmune disease alopecia areata can be upsetting. While there are number of prescription drugs that can either stimulate hair growth or reduce the impact of your immune disorder so your hair can grow, here are two natural solutions you may want to try first. Massage Essential Oils Into the Scalp Essential oils have been used for thousands of years to successfully treat a variety of medical ailments. Read More 

Two Ways Diabetes Can Lead To Or Aggravate Hearing Loss

Most people are familiar with the common consequences of diabetes, such as heart damage and poor leg circulation. However, many don't know that the disease also increases your risk of experiencing hearing loss. In fact, people with diabetes are twice as likely to experiencing hearing loss as people who don't have the disease. Although doctors aren't sure exactly what the connection is between the two disorders, here are two possible causes. Read More