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5 Tips For Back Pain in Melrose

5 Tips For Back Pain in Melrose Our patients have always appreciated our 5 Tips for Back Pain from the top Melrose chiropractor. Have you missed work, had to give up a recreational activity that you enjoy, or had trouble sleeping at night because of back pain? If so you’re not alone. In fact, it…

three common conditions chiropractors help

3 Common Conditions Melrose Chiropractors Help

3 Common Conditions Melrose Chiropractors Help Chiropractic is a treatment method that has moved from more of an alternative treatment to widespread mainstream acceptance over the past few decades. There will always be pockets of naysayers that question its validity, but the millions of satisfied patients around the world speak volumes about the effectiveness of…

finding a chiropractor near me

Choosing a Chiropractor in Melrose

Choosing a Chiropractor in Melrose One of the most common questions I get asked as a doctor is how do I find a great chiropractor in Melrose?  In some cities there are dozens to choose from and it can be difficult to know if the doctor you are considering is right for you.  This article…

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What Are Chakras, Anyways?

What Are Chakras, Anyways? In my light pleasure-reading this am I was reading a review of nervous system anatomy and how it related to the ancient Indian concept of chakras.   I know, kind of a ‘nerdy’ thing to do early in the AM, right?   When we look at how the Indian Ayurvedic concepts…

Lego

“That Popped Right Back Into Place!”

“That Popped Right Back Into Place!” It sounds good in theory.  I totally understand that it makes sense.  But adjusting the spine, even though it may have the wholly satisfying feeling of snapping two legos into place, is not the same thing at all. Let me tell you how I know about legos.  My 6…

Neck Pain in Melrose

“Is It Going To Hurt?”

“Is It Going To Hurt?” This is another common question I get at the office.  It’s understandable. Especially for patients that have never been adjusted before. How do you say yes and no at the same time?  Truth is, it might hurt a bit. Like a little pinch.  If I were to guess, that would…