Tag: causation

Causation Viscerosomatic Response

A viscerosomatic response or VSR is when the internal organs are going through some distress, illness, or injury, causing pain symptoms. An example is the…

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Viscerosomatic Reflex: Distressed Organs Back Pain Cause

Low back and mid-back pain could be caused by abdominal or pelvic organ distress/irritation or infection that an individual doesn’t know about. This could be…

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Tense Hips, Hamstrings, and Back Pain

The body is a connected whole and more than just separate parts and regions. When back pain presents, it might not be the back muscles…

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Multiple Sclerosis, Sciatica, and Nerve Pain

Multiple sclerosis and sciatica can exist side by side or have overlapping symptoms. The sciatic nerve begins at the lower back, then through the hips…

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Rheumatoid Arthritis Flare-Ups Management

Managing rheumatoid arthritis is an ongoing balancing act. Despite following the rheumatologist’s lifestyle instructions, proper medication use, and a well-maintained RA plan, flare-ups can still…

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Volleyball Injuries: Chiropractic Treatment and Rehabilitation

Around a half-million high school students in the U.S. play volleyball. Whether the parent of a volleyball player or part of a recreational league, the…

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Back Pain: Inflammatory or Mechanical and Chiropractic Care

It is estimated that every adult will experience some form of back pain at least once in their lives. There’s a difference between mechanical and…

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Sciatic Nerve Pain In Rainy Conditions

Rain generally comes with a drop in barometric pressure. A low-pressure system you may have heard from the local weather forecast. Lower pressure outside can…

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Spinal Imaging Back Pain Clinic Expectations

Chiropractors and spine specialists utilize spinal imaging through X-rays, MRIs, or CT scans to figure out what is causing back problems and pain. Imaging is…

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Weight Training To Strengthen The Back Muscles

When back pain presents for a prolonged period, the back muscles reduce in mass but increase fat content, resulting in more stiffness. This leads to…

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Chronic Pain and Nutritional Habits

Low-back, neck, shoulder, hip, leg, and foot pain are all causes of everyday discomfort and a bad mood. Chronic pain exacerbates the discomfort and bad…

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