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  • Neck Pain Relief San Francisco Do you know how many neck movements humans make in a single day? On average, an active adult makes at least 1,500 neck movements during the day. Children’s neck movements almost double this estimation! On average, the head weighs 12-16 pounds, while the neck [...]

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    Uneven Weight Distribution :  Cause of hip pain, knee pain, back and neck pain, muscle spasms and decreased athletic performance.

    At a beauty contest at the Chicago Chiropractor's convention in 1956, the three winners were picked not only by their apparent beauty, and their X-rays, but also by their standing posture. Each girl stood on a pair of scales —one foot to each —and the winning trio each registered exactly half [...]

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    san francisco chiropractor   Include chiropractic adjustment to boost your immune system- fight off the flu this season naturally. The holiday season is just around the corner. While many of us are excited about being with family and celebrating, this also means that the flu season is quickly[...]

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    Chiropractic Lower Back Pain Treatment Many people do not receive lower back pain treatment when they need it most. When you experience pain in this region, but do not have it treated, this will often exacerbate the problem. Luckily, most insurance plans will cover this type of treatment so there [...]

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    Well, more or less. Recently Dr. Oz was on TV talking about No-Pill Pain fighters, and he prominently featured an Osteopathic Physician on there who was talking about OMT. What is OMT, and how do you get it in San Francisco? OMT is Osteopathic Manipulative Therapy, and it is a form of SMT: [...]

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    Your good posture is very important for the health of all of the bones, joints, and muscles in your neck. When your head is square over your shoulders, the bones are stacked upon each other as they should be stacked naturally. This alignment of the bones provides the normal amounts of stress on the [...]

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    Recently a patient of ours asked: “I have had a mild low back ache for a while, and once in a while I will stretch it to make it feel better. The other day while I was stretching, I heard my back go, ‘pop, pop, pop!’ The popping didn’t really help the pain, but it did feel really good. [...]

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