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Ironman Triathletes And Chiropractic Care

Eatonton Ironman Triathletes

The Ironman Triathlon is regarded as one of the toughest races a human can do. Needless to say, the athletes that compete in the Ironman Triathlon have to be in the best shape. Chiropractic care has helped many Ironman athletes in the race and has allowed their bodies to be pushed to the limit over ...

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Shoulder Pain Management

Eatonton Shoulder Pain Management

Chronic injuries require rehabilitation programs that cater for the specific needs of the injury and a long-term approach. Patience is required for these rehabilitation programs and it is essential to remember that the problem has developed over a period of years and will not be fixed in a matter of weeks or months. Progress should ...

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How is Chiropractic Care Like Health Insurance?

Eatonton How is Chiropractic Care Like Health Insurance

The best prescription for illness is to give your body the tools to avoid becoming ill in the first place. Preventing a disease or condition is much easier and less costly than treating it once it has developed. Regular chiropractic care can be a very useful component in keeping you healthy. Like health insurance, chiropractic ...

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When It Feels Like a Pinched Nerve But It Isn’t

Eatonton Pinched Nerve

Most people that have experienced this painful condition will call it a "pinched nerve", exclaiming, "it feels like I've pinched a nerve". However, the majority of the time there's a bit more going on! Between each of the bones of the spine there are a pair of openings, which are individually called the intervertebral foramen or ...

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