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Upper Cervical Spine Center

Are Herniated Disc Chiropractic Treatments a Good Alternative?

Your spinal cord is made up of vertebrae that are cushioned by small discs. These small discs are located in between each of the vertebrae and act as a shock absorber, provide mobility to the spine, and act as tough ligaments to hold the vertebrae of the spine together. In each spinal column, there is a total of twenty-three discs.

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A Natural Treatment for Rheumatoid Arthritis Syndrome?

Although it mostly affects ages between 30 and 50, rheumatoid arthritis syndrome can start at any age. Rheumatoid arthritis syndrome is a chronic disease, causing joint pain, stiffness, swelling and decreased joint movements. It is a common disease affecting 1% of the world’s population, including more than 1.3 million Americans with 41 out of every 100,000 diagnosed each year.

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What is Scoliosis?

What is Scoliosis?

It's basically a curvature of the spine. Our spine is designed, looking from front to back, to be straight up and down, giving us stability this way, with gravity pushing down.

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Good news for Multiple Sclerosis

There are 2.3 million people living with Multiple Sclerosis in the world right now. Every week in the United States alone, there are 200 more cases diagnosed in the United States. 200 a week. It's become a big problem in the US.

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Chiropractic Treatment Occipital Neuralgia

Now, what exactly is Occipital Neuralgia? It is nerve pain at the level of the occiput. Where is the occiput? The occiput is right at the very base of your head, the very base of your skull, and it's the bottom part that sits on top of the neck and the upper two bones in the neck. 

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Bell's Palsy treatment in Charlotte

Hi, I'm Dr. Drury. Today, I'm going to talk to you a little bit about Bell's Palsy.  What is Bell's Palsy? Well, Bell's Palsy is basically a paralysis of the face, often on one side over the other side. Rarely, it's on both sides. What happens is this: the whole side of the face becomes paralyzed.

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What to do About Tinnitus?

What to do About Tinnitus?

There are many who suffer from tinnitus who have tried many types of treatments and could not get the relief they desire, which leads many to wonder what to do about tinnitus and how should one start looking for a promising treatment.

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Tinnitus in Adults

Tinnitus in Adults

Tinnitus in adults is just as common as tinnitus in children. There are two types of tinnitus: Objective tinnitus and subjective tinnitus. Objective tinnitus can be heard by an examiner and typically occurs from blood flow or muscle movement.

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Tinnitus Symptoms

Tinnitus Symptoms

The most common type of tinnitus is the sensation of hearing sound while there is no external sound present (this is called subjective tinnitus). The sounds associated with subjective tinnitus are often referred to as “phantom noises” as the sound comes from the inside

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Tinnitus Causes

Tinnitus Causes

There is a large variety of tinnitus causes and some could be less serious than others; however, knowing the cause of your tinnitus can help you understand why it’s happening and why it’s important to receive a treatment you may need.

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