Posted on 4/22/2019 8:49 AM By Twin Cities Chiropractic
If you work at a desk job, there’s a good chance you know all about the office chair blues. You shift in your seat, you try a different chair, but eventually, you resign yourself to the misery of being chronically uncomfortable at work. What if we told you your chair isn’t the problem? The human body isn’t meant to be stuck in the same position day after day for long hours, and over time, the effect on your body can be extremely painful.
Posted on 8/17/2017 7:23 AM By Twin Cities Chiropractic
Unfortunately, back pain is a common occurrence for many. In fact, according to the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), half of all working Americans complain of back pain each year. Moreover, experts project as much as 80 percent of the population will have back pain at some point throughout the duration of their lives. Back pain derives from a wide variety of reasons ranging from chronic health conditions to injuries to certain lifestyle habits.
Posted on 1/16/2017 4:00 AM By Twin Cities Chiropractic
Twin Cities Chiropractic sees a great deal of individuals on a regular basis for neck and back pain, especially back pain. The American Chiropractic Association revealed statistics that indicate an estimated 80 percent of individuals experience back pain at some point in their lives. Although back pain is common, it is oftentimes preventable.
Posted on 4/11/2016 4:00 AM By Twin Cities Chiropractic
Some people favor a particular sleeping position. Although sleeping in this particular way seems like the key to a good night's sleep, it has the potential to negatively impact your sleep and even the pain you feel the next morning. A chiropractor for neck and back pain has the ability to relieve some of the pain, but changing the way a person sleeps must also occur.
Posted on 3/29/2016 9:30 AM By Twin Cities Chiropractic
If you’re dealing with back pain that has lasted more than six weeks or you’ve sustained a back injury, it may be time to consider back physical therapy. In some cases, physical therapy may be able to offer pain relief, since it focuses on promoting healing, restoring movement and function, and relieving pain. Physical therapy programs used for back injury treatment generally include both active exercises and passive physical therapy. Here’s a closer look at the various modalities of physical therapy that may be used to help treat back injury and pain.