30 Aug August 30, 2013

Relaxin or Relaxing?

SpinalCare 0 Chiropractic, health, Pregnancy

            As a chiropractor one of the most common questions I get from my pregnant patients is “What is causing my lower back pain?” They then proceed to tell me that their back was fine before they were pregnant and now that they are a few months along they are getting increasing pain in their […]

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13 Jul July 13, 2013

Symptoms of Whiplash

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Did you know that you can experience whiplash or whiplash associated disorders at speeds slower than 8 mph and that it can take up to 2 weeks for full onset of symptoms? If you did then you are one of the lucky ones. Oftentimes innocent victims are taken advantage of by insurance companies or even […]

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31 May May 31, 2013

Stress and Headaches

SpinalCare 0 Uncategorized

Many people come to me as a chiropractor complaining of headaches but they often say that it is only due to stress and they think that there is nothing I can do. It is at this time that I have a heart to heart talk with them and I explain that I have about a […]

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17 May May 17, 2013

Solutions to Workplace Injuries

SpinalCare 0 Chiropractic

By Dr. Jack Choate Chiropractic physicians Dr. Shirley, Choate, and Glanville at the Spinal & Sports Care Clinic want you to know some very important things if you have been injured while on the job.  First of all, should you need medical care for your injury you have the right to see a doctor of […]

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02 May May 02, 2013

Going the Distance

by Steve Shirley, DC My goal in starting my new diet plan was challenging. I would try to lose ten stubborn pounds that I hadn’t been able to shake off since finishing Chiropractic school in 1991. Middle age may have already descended upon this body but I was going to go down swinging! The plan […]

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19 Apr April 19, 2013

Spokane Valley Whiplash Treatment

SpinalCare 0 Chiropractic, health

Below is a summary of some of the latest research regarding injuries related to low and high speed collisions. This information is re-posted with permission from Dr. Jay Morgan. Some commentary and explanation in red has been added throughout the article. LOW IMPACT CRASH RESEARCH Science and statistics say that long term whiplash injuries occur […]

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28 Mar March 28, 2013

The Last 10 Pounds

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By Steve Shirley, DC Have you ever reached a plateau in your weight loss and not been able to break through it?  I have done this several times in spite of increasing my workouts and watching what I eat.  After a few futile weeks of no change I usually just give up and have a […]

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26 Feb February 26, 2013

How a Kidney Stone Saved My Knees

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By Steve Shirley, DC September was a pretty crappy month for me.  I had a kidney stone.  For a month.  Yeah, I still have a little PTSD from that one but you can bet money that I never miss drinking my 6-8 glasses of water a day. Because I had so much nausea, I quit […]

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29 Jun June 29, 2012

Pregnancy & Chiro: FAQ Answered

SpinalCare 0 Chiropractic, health

By Sadie Altringer D.C   Over the last several years, I have had the pleasure to work with many pregnant women and help them with conditions related to pregnancy.  With this experience, there are three common questions I get asked regarding pregnancy and chiropractic care.  The first and foremost question is…..”Is it safe?”  Yes, yes, […]

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12 Jun June 12, 2012

What to do About Growing Pains?

SpinalCare 0 Uncategorized

  Growing pains are said to typically occur in two periods during a child’s life, firstly, between about 3 and 5 years old, then later in 8 to 12 year olds.  Common symptoms are usually of leg or stomach pains that commonly occur in the evening through early morning.  Occurrence of growing pains have been […]

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