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Post-Concussion Syndrome: When Symptoms Persist – Chiropractor In Holland

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Most people who have sustained a concussion recover quickly and may never experience any residual symptoms. However, 10-25% of concussion cases become chronic (1), and the most common symptoms reported are headaches and dizziness (2). So if that’s you and you are not getting better, read on. First Things First, To Rest Or Not To Rest? For those who don’t …

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Case Study: Headaches – Chiropractor In Holland

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There are two ways to categorize headaches—primary and secondary. Secondary headaches are headaches with definitive causes, such as strokes or tumors. These causes tend to be more serious and potentially life threatening, and is not the focus of this discussion. Primary headaches, on the other hand, are a lot more elusive. The intensity of a primary headache may not be …

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Case Study: Knee Pain – Chiropractor In Holland

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One of the reasons our office focuses on neuro-structural chiropractic care is because it is one of the most neglected, yet most impactful, components in the treatment of chronic pain and injury. I especially enjoy seeing those who have been treated “everywhere” with limited relief. Since we opened the practice in Holland in 2014, we’ve had amazing results and about …

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How To Choose Your Running Shoes?

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If you have read my previous article on running injury prevention, you probably have thought to yourself, what about footwear? She didn’t talk about running shoes at all! It seems counterintuitive, but apparently, the type of shoes you wear is not one of the top predictors for running-related injuries… as far as we know. A big part of the problem …