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Chiropractic Washington, DC – walking and your neck.

What most chiropractors don’t know, walking and your neck. Has your chiropractor ever assessed the way you walk to work on your chronic neck problems? This should be pretty standard in the profession, or in any profession that deals with … Continue reading

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Chiropractic Washington DC, your feet affect your back.

Things that most doctors don’t know – Chiropractic Washington, DC Does your chiropractor look to your feet for your chronic neck or back pain? First of all your feet are the foundation for your body. If your feet are out of … Continue reading

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Walking and low back pain

When walking can cause low back pain Here is something that most doctors don’t know from a Washington, DC chiropractor. While walking, the muscles that support your spine need to turn on and off. Some very important ones are your Piriformis … Continue reading

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Chiropractic Washington, DC – specific adjustments

What Most Doctors Don’t Know, chiropractic Washington DC This is that first post in a series that I am doing about “What Most Doctors Don’t Know”. I have been learning about alternative medicine for over a decade and a half and … Continue reading

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