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Spinal decompression therapy on 94.9 KLTY Dallas-Fort Worth radio

October 12, 2018 | 0 Comments


Carrollton Chiropractic and Massage

2810 E Trinity Mills Rd; Ste 203
Carrollton, Texas 75006-2369
Phone/TEXT: 513-580-4930
Fax: 972-417-5828
Se habla espanol
e-mail: micaela@dfwchiromassage.com

Located in the Mills Pointe shopping center at the SE corner of E Trinity Mills Rd and Marsh Ln in Carrollton, TX. We specialize in chiropractic, spinal decompression therapy, and massage therapy. Call us today at 513-580-4930 for an appointment.

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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.

C-1000 Cervical Decompression Device for neck pain

March 14, 2012 | 0 Comments


By Marco Abanico

Do you have neck pain? Do you have numbness or tingling going down either of your arms or hands? Is doing simple daily tasks such as pouring a pitcher of water cumbersome to you?

Have you been diagnosed with a bulging disc? A herniated disc? Degenerative disc disease? Cervicogenic headaches? Any form of headaches?

Have you been on spinal decompression machines that only irritate your neck such that when you leave, you feel worse than when you used the machine? Is surgery definitely out of the question?

Ease in Neck Pain: Therapeutic Exercises and Chiropractic Adjustments

March 9, 2012 | 1 Comments

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There are seven small vertebrae located in the neck, or cervical spine. Because the neck supports the head, which usually weighs about twelve pounds, it can be very susceptible to injuries. The most typical causes of neck pain are:

· Growing older

· Accidents and injuries

· Daily life

Degenerative disorders such as osteoarthritis and degenerative disc disease affect the spine directly. Whiplash is the most common neck injury and it normally occurs in car accidents. Poor posture, obesity, and weak abdominal muscles often disturb the spine. In order to compensate these issues, the neck will bend forward causing stress and tension in the muscles which causes the neck pain and stiffness.

Experiencing Pain From an Auto Accident? Call A Chiropractor

March 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

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Auto accidents are a major cause of neck and back injuries, including whiplash. Even minor collisions can have major effects on your health. When you are injured in an auto accident, it is important that you receive quality chiropractic care to reduce pain and promote healing.

One of the most common injuries experienced in auto accidents is whiplash. This happens when your head and neck are thrown forward and backward very rapidly. The result is painful injury to the ligaments, soft tissue, and discs of the neck and spine. Whiplash also causes impingement, stretching, or irritation of the nerves and the spinal cord. Some victims may also experience headaches, numbness, pins and needles in the face, chest, arms or hands, anxiety, neck pain, back pain, ear ringing, dizziness, hearing loss and/or blurred vision.

Chiropractic Treatment For Neck Pain

March 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

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Neck pain is a common ailment that can lead to missed work, inability to sleep, and inability to participate in daily activities of life. Chiropractic care for neck issues may play an important role in identifying the underlying cause for one’s pain and correcting the problem. This can result in pain alleviation and a better quality of life. Neck pain may be a result of aging, general wear and tear arthritis (such as facet syndrome from facet joint arthritis), tight muscles (spasm and guarding), poor posture, herniated discs, or degenerative disc disease. Pain generating from a neck problem may radiate into the head, traps, shoulders, arms, and hands. It can mimic the pain of carpal tunnel syndrome or tennis elbow.

Chiropractic Treatment for Neck Pain

March 7, 2012 | 0 Comments

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Waking up with neck pain is not a great way to start a day. As painful as it may be, it is not that uncommon and a good rub perhaps with a muscle balm should take care of it. Other times though neck pain, can be quite serious, not only because of the discomfort they cause but also because neck pain can be symptom of a more serious underlying problem such as meningitis.

Chiropractic Treatment for Relieving Neck Pain

March 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

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Most experiences of neck pain usually make people turn to chiropractors. Many believe that they not only address their main source of pain, it also fixes any small sources of throbs and twinges. Neck and back pain are treated in the same manner, as they both require the use of controlled force to push the joint past its traditional range of movement.

What is neck and back pain?

March 5, 2012 | 0 Comments


By Marco Abanico

When you hear of the terms “neck and back pain” and “spine pain”, we use them interchangeably. In some cases, those terms may have different meanings. Neck and back pain are generalized terms and can be the result of various different causes. Furthermore, those terms are not limited to the neck or back but may describe pain in the arms and legs as well. A spinal problem does not always promote neck or back pain.

If you have neck or back pain or a spinal problem, you may experience a list of symptoms that include: