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Can Upper Cervical Chiropractic Help with Hip Pain?

"I’ve tried everything for my hip pain but nothing’s worked.” Are you frustrated, at your wit’s end what to do about your hip pain?  If you have been dealing with hip pain for a long time - and if you have seen an orthopaedist of hip pain specialist - I REALLY hope that you’ve had a few tests done.

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Can Upper Cervical Chiropractic Help Lower Back Pain?

Can upper cervical chiropractic help lower back pain? "I’ve tried everything for my lower back pain but nothing’s worked.” Have you considered that your lower back pain could be related to a problem in your upper neck?

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Can Chiropractic Help Upper Back Pain?

Can upper cervical chiropractic help upper back pain? “I’ve tried everything for my upper back pain, but nothing’s worked.”Let me be clear from the start: upper back pain is common, but not normal.

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Can Chiropractic Help a Herniated Disc?

Can upper cervical chiropractic help a herniated disc? “Why does a herniated disc happen?” When it comes to dealing with a herniated disc in your neck or back, it is important not to confuse CAUSE and EFFECT.

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Can Chiropractic Help with Sciatica?

Can upper cervical chiropractic help with sciatica? "I’ve tried everything for my sciatica but nothing’s worked.” Maybe it's because your sciatica isn’t actually coming from your low back.

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Can Chiropractic Help Spinal Stenosis?

Can upper cervical chiropractic help spinal stenosis? “Is surgery my last option for spinal stenosis?” Maybe yes … but maybe not! You see, when it comes to the symptoms associated with spinal stenosis, it may not actually be the canal narrowing that is the issue. Let me explain.

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Can Chiropractic Help Arthritis?

Can upper cervical chiropractic help arthritis? "I’ve tried everything for my arthritis, but nothing’s worked.” Just because you have arthritis does not mean that your pain is caused by arthritis.

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Can upper cervical chiropractic help back pain?

Back pain is one of the most common neuromuscular disorders in Australia. The World Heath Organisation (WHO) provides the following numbers for just how common it is: - 60-70% of people are estimated to experience at least one episode of severe back pain in their lives - 15-45% of adults are estimated to suffer an episode of severe back pain this year - 5% of the entire population are experiencing severe back pain at this very moment

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Can Upper Cervical Care change abnormal spine curves?

Can Upper Cervical Care change abnormal spine curves? Can abnormal spine curves be treated by a neck adjustment?

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What is the Best Sleeping Position?

What’s the Best Sleeping Position? Finding the best sleeping position is more straight forwards than the best pillow or best mattress. However, there are more variables in the mix that you need to work through to find the best sleeping position for you.

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