Wills Chiropractic Blog
October 22, 2018
Life is wonderful! But if you suffer from back pain every day, then enjoying life’s little pleasures—to say nothing of milestones—can be next to impossible. Fortunately, there is a solution. Your chiropractor offers several back pain treatments to help you get into the game of life again. The therapy that is right for you will depend on why your back hurts. Read on to learn more about chiropractic care for your back.
September 3, 2018
If you have sciatica, then you’re not alone. The problem affects 10 percent of American adults, and is most common among people ages 25 to 45. Most people with sciatica experience a shooting pain that starts in their lower back and then travels down one or both legs. Sometimes the pain is severe enough to limit mobility and may even make sitting and standing difficult. Physicians usually treat this condition with medication or injections, but studies show that seeing a chiropractor could be very effective in alleviating pain and curing sciatica.
July 31, 2018
Text neck is a hot topic of conversation these days. As you may have guessed, it’s the hunched and often aching neck and shoulders that come from spending too much time looking at your screen (whether you’re texting or reading this morning’s news doesn’t really matter).
Whether you like it, hate it, or merely accept it as a consequence of the modern world, most of us spend our days sitting far more than being active. You may try to combat it with a standing desk, or perhaps you take frequent laps around the office. Unfortunately, the truth is that most people are still seated far more than is recommended each day. This sitting lifestyle can lead to a host of issues — most notably, as far as a chiropractor is concerned, shoulder, neck, and back pain.
June 29, 2018
Flip-flops are certainly the official shoe of summer. They’re cool, comfortable and often stylish. But they can also lead to some serious back pain, especially if you already have lumbar pain, sciatica or a back injury. Does this mean you can’t wear flip-flops? Not necessarily. Read on for some suggestions from a chiropractor on how to look good for summer and avoid back pain.
June 20, 2018
Summer is the time for family vacations, outdoor activities and maybe even a few home improvement projects. If you’ve experienced back pain, however, then you need to take a few precautions so your aching back doesn’t put fun plans on hold. Follow a chiropractor’s helpful tips to avoid back pain and injuries this summer.
May 30, 2018
Today, lasers are used ubiquitously in health care and chiropractic is no exception. For example, a chiropractor can use laser therapy to treat back pain. Class IV K-Laser Therapy helps speed healing of injured and damaged soft tissue so you can get back to your normal daily activities without discomfort. Read on to learn more about laser therapy for back pain.
May 21, 2018
With the year-round sunny and warm weather in Naples, it’s no wonder people enjoy sports so much. From golf and tennis to flag football and softball, there’s a lot to play. Unfortunately, injuries happen. Some injuries are really painful, while others are just bothersome enough to keep you out of the game. Read on to learn how a chiropractor can help and get you off the bench sooner.
April 18, 2018
Headaches are a pain. Literally. Almost all of us have experienced one. People get different types of headaches, too. Some are stress related. These are often called tension headaches. On the other hand, migraines can be brought on by stress as well as certain triggers such as a specific type of food, weather, lack of sleep and flickering lights. No matter what kind of headache you’re prone to have, know that your chiropractor can help.
March 28, 2018
Receiving chiropractic care as soon as you begin to experience back pain can be tremendously therapeutic. However, once your pain goes away, you still need a maintenance plan. That’s where rehabilitation comes in. Both physical therapy and exercise go a long way toward helping you recover from back pain and prevent its reoccurrence. In fact, exercise and rehab can stimulate the healing process.