Archive for back pain relief

Sunny Massage | 2810 E Trinity Mills Rd | Carrollton, TX

August 5, 2016 | 0 Comments


Massage and Foot Reflexology

2810 E Trinity Mills Rd Ste 115
Carrollton, Texas 75006-2351
Phone/TEXT: 469-892-6725
Se habla espanol
e-mail: micaela@dfwchiromassage.com

If you have been to this foot reflexologist and massage therapist in the past and would like to try out a different service, try ours. Our massage therapist is fluent in English with no accent whatsoever, and our staff speaks Spanish. We at Carrollton Chiropractic and Massage are also located in Mills Pointe shopping plaza except we are next door to Quinlan’s Sports Grills & Bar (See map above). #CarrolltonChiropracticandMassage

Call us today for an appointment at 513-580-4930. Mention this ad and get your first 1-hour massage with us for only $55.

Century Products’ Health and Wellness Expo | Carrollton, TX

May 26, 2016 | 0 Comments

We had a great turnout at this year’s Health and Wellness Expo at Century Products in Carrollton, Texas today.  We thank human resources generalist Jazmin Lopez for inviting the staff from Carrollton Chiropractic and Massage to participate.

We also thank the following vendors for showing their support:

Patient shares his testimony on cold laser therapy

November 26, 2012 | 0 Comments


Mr. Stephen I., a patient under Dr. Marco’s care, shares his testimonial on how cold laser therapy and chiropractic helped him with his knee and low back pain.

Great turnout at the Blood Pressure Screening

September 10, 2012 | 0 Comments

The staff at DFWChiromassage.com and Dr. Marco Abanico would like to thank all who took the time to visit our booth #8117 during the 50th Annual Championship Indian Pow Wow at Traders Village. We had another awesome turnout.

Special thanks to fellow vendors who showed their support: Cesar Garcia Padilla; Gerardo Caldera, realtor, Erica Belk, Avon distributor; Maria Alvarez; and Maria Villeda, Gano Excel distributor.

Free Blood Pressure Screening at Indian Pow Wow

September 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

The staff of DFWChiromassage.com and Dr. Marco Abanico will be conducting a free blood pressure screening during the 50th Annual National Championship Indian Pow Wow at Traders Village in Grand Prairie (Dallas/Fort Worth), Texas.

On Saturday, September 8, Dr. Marco Abanico and his staff will be giving out free information on how to beat high blood pressure with out the use of drugs or surgery. If you are sick and tired of being sick and tired due to the huge menu of medications you are taking, talk to the doctor who can help you out.

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August 12, 2012 | 0 Comments

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2012 Texas Scottish Festival and Highland Games | Arlington, TX

April 28, 2012 | 0 Comments


The Texas Scottish Festival and Highland Games will include some of the best Scottish performers and groups in the world, the Championship Scottish Highland Dance & Scottish National Dance competitions, a full range of Scottish Athletic competitions, more than 65 Scottish Clan tents, Scottish foods and ales, Celtic arts and crafts, fireworks, a Scotch Whisky Tasting and Seminar, Genealogy & History Seminars, Kirking and Church services, a Scottish Fiddle Workshop, Children’s Games and Activities, a Gaelic Language Seminar, Scottish Country Dancing, Scottish Military Living History Encampment, a Bonniest Knees Contest, a Medieval Scotland Area, a Photo Contest, an All-Scottish Breed Dog Show, Scotch Ale Brewing Competition, a Shortbread Contest, a Pub tent, a feature Ceilidh, and more.

Arbor Daze Festival 2012 in Euless

April 28, 2012 | 0 Comments


Mark your calendars for the weekend of April 28 and 29, 2012 for the annual Arbor Daze festival in Euless, Texas.  The city of Euless is hosting this celebration with friends, family, community, and trees.  Food, arts & crafts, and live entertainment will be provided.  A series of local businesses in Euless will be showcased at this event.

Admission is free, and the venue is located at Euless City Hall at 201 N Ector Dr in Euless.

Performance schedule is as follows:

2012 Performances

Saturday, April 28
9 a.m. First United Methodist Church

Can my back or neck pain get better?

April 23, 2012 | 0 Comments


By Marco Abanico

Even though back and neck problems are commonplace, it is a good thing that generally they can resolve on their own.  In reality, the usual result of spinal pain symptoms is most favorable with or without treatment.

It is challenging to determine which treatments are or are not successful because of the body’s natural tendency of spine-related pain to improve; i.e. the pain often subsides on its own regardless of whether you received any form of medical intervention.  However, even with the body’s natural ability to heal itself and get you out of pain, many people with back or neck pain experience pain that persists, gets worse, or comes and goes.  If you are reading this article, chances are that your back or neck pain problem falls into the classification of not getting better by itself.  The following is a list of the more common pain situations:

Statistics of neck and back pain—Who gets it

April 10, 2012 | 0 Comments


By Marco Abanico

Neck and back pain are very common conditions. A number of physicians and researchers consider neck and back pain an every day thing akin to having an occasional cold. Statistically in the United States:

  1. Back pain is most likely accompanied by neck pain: About 60 percent of people with back pain also have neck pain.
  2. Back and neck pain costs about 15 millions dollars a year in the United States.
  3. Approximately 50 percent of the working population experience back problems.
  4. Back pain is the second reason next to the common cold why patients visit a doctor.