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Posts Tagged ‘Chronic Back Pain Pottstown’

Welcome to McCormick Chiropractic's Chronic Back Pain Pottstown Archive. Here you can learn more about McCormick Chiropractic, Chiropractic, and Dr. Leo McCormick, today's choice for Chiropractors in Pottstown, PA. Read Dr. Leo McCormick's Chiropractic Chronic Back Pain Pottstown for the health of it.

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No Neck Pain Crunches

Neck Pain Relief Pottstown PA Exercise

Want to look in that mirror and see your fabulous abs?  Of course you do - so read on. First the Exercise Doing sit-ups or abdominal crunches is an extremely effective way to strengthen you core muscles.  These muscles help you to maintain a good posture and they allow you to twist and bend.  Chronic back pain ...

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What Is The Job Of A Chiropractic Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Specialist (DACRB)?

Chiropractic Rehabilitation Pottstown

Physiotherapy has been a part of chiropractic care since its early days in the 1880s. Today’s Chiropractic Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation (DACRB) Specialist is a chiropractor who has had extensive postgraduate training in physiologic therapeutics and rehabilitation to help treat injuries that may have been caused by auto, the workplace or sports. A DACRB practitioner uses a ...

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Don’t Wait Any Longer! Pottstown Chiropractor Can Help Relieve Chronic Spinal Pain

Chronic Spinal Pain Pottstown

A study published in Spine research journal compared Chiropractic, Acupuncture and medication for the treatment of chronic spinal pain that had persisted for longer than three months and found the best results came from Chiropractic care. A clinical trial was done at an Australian Public Hospital from February, 1999 to October, 2001. In this study 115 ...

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