Many of us have childhood memories of being told by adults to “stand up straight.” We may not have ever been told why it was so important, but as we get older, the reason becomes clearer. It is important to find a healthy neutral position that encourages the strengthening of muscles and minimizes the stress on connective tissue in your back and neck. When we get into a habit of slouching, we train the muscles, tendons and ligaments that support them to change the alignment of our bodies. This makes us more susceptible to back pain, neck pain and other chiropractic issues. At St. Paul Chiropractic & Natural Medicine Center, we can help you answer the question, “How Does Poor Posture Really Affect Us?” Continue reading
Are you suffering from back pain, neck pain, arthritis, or lasting pain from an injury? Have you tried medications, tried changes to your exercise and sleeping routines? Have you been told that you’ll get better soon, only to still feel your pain weeks later? If you’re in need of pain relief, the St. Paul Chiropractic and Natural Medicine Center could be exactly what you need to get back on your feet and feeling healthy again. As St. Paul, Minnesota, chiropractors, we provide chiropractic care to patients with a wide range of ailments and injuries, from everyday stress to chronic arthritis, and we want to extend our natural pain relief solutions to you. Continue reading
We all have times when we feel twinges in our necks and spasms in our backs, and for some of us with neck and back pain, it’s not something that just goes away overnight. It doesn’t matter whether you suffer from chronic back pain, occasional neck pain, or even brand new back pain caused by an injury; if you’re suffering from back and neck pain, St. Paul Chiropractic and Natural Medicine Center is here to help. Our St. Paul, Minnesota chiropractors and massage therapists will set you right, correcting any problems that may be causing your unwanted pain. Trust in us, and see the difference natural medicine can make.
Often times, it seems like the quickest and easiest route toward neck and back pain relief is through medications. We take a muscle relaxer, pop a few Advil or Tylenol, and we accept the mild relief we receive. But when using over the counter and even prescription drugs to combat your neck and back pain, it’s important to realize that, most of the time, you’re not treating your injury; you’re treating your symptoms. While there’s nothing wrong with finding quick relief from pain, wouldn’t you rather experience long-lasting pain relief? Continue reading