While chiropractic care is very useful for a variety of injuries and conditions, a good chiropractor doesn’t make promises they can’t keep. This includes guaranteeing success after a single treatment. Chiropractic care is a form of therapy, and therapy rarely works instantaneously. Dr. Grimes often says, “symptoms are always the last thing to show up, and the first to go away”. Being symptom free, doesn’t guarantee optimal health and function.Read More >
While we’re not owls, the normal human neck should still have a pretty good range of motion. You should be able to rotate your chin almost to your shoulders, extend and flex your neck, and laterally bend it so that your ear touches your shoulder – all without pain. If you have trouble with these movements due to pain or motion restriction, you’re probably suffering from a stiff neck.
Fortunately, Dr. Grimes can help. Natural, non-invasive treatments are used to ease your pain and restore normal range of motion. A stiff neck is more than just a nuisance – it can impair your field of vision and negatively affect your driving. Don’t live with these symptoms. Resolve the underlying causes with expert chiropractic care.Read More >
Many think of chiropractic medicine as a very new discovery due to the growth of chiropractic offices and the increase in public familiarity over recent decades. While it’s true that chiropractic has lately evolved by leaps and bounds, the idea of the spine being the key to health goes back millennia.
In fact, Hippocrates, one of the ancient Greek “fathers of medicine,” said, “Look well to the spine for the cause of disease.” Even before the discovery of the new world, the basis for modern chiropractic medicine was recognized as a legitimate cause for all sorts of disease, pain and dysfunction.Read More >
Auto accidents are one of the leading causes of injury and chronic pain in the United States. Each year, millions of people suffer from a range of pain issues resulting from auto accidents, often turning to invasive surgeries and addictive medications for help.
However, chiropractic care can provide pain relief after an auto accident in a safe, natural and non-surgical manner. Grimes Family Chiropractic has a lot to offer for different types of auto accident injuries and uses various treatment modalities to lessen or eliminate your pain. Read More >
Pregnancy can be a stressful time for a woman, whether it’s your first or fifth. Not only do you have the massive concerns of preparing to bring a new life into the world, but your body is undergoing many changes. These nine months bring on major hormonal alterations and the often unpleasant signs that accompany them.Read More >
While all of your body’s systems are important, there is no doubt that your nervous system is one of the most crucial. Your nervous system handles all sensory input, muscle movement, regulates many of your vital organs and is largely responsible for thought. It’s easy to see why any impairment or imbalance in your nervous system can have major consequences.Read More >
If your child is subject to frequent ear infections, you’re not alone. In fact, 80 percent of the world’s children will suffer from at least one ear infection by the time they’re 10. Most of these infections occur in children younger than three years, meaning a lot of sleepless nights for both kids and their parents.Read More >
Record numbers of Americans now work in largely stationary, indoor jobs. While these positions can be found in widely varying industries, such as sales, engineering, data entry, call centers and quality assurance, they all involve extended periods of sitting, usually in front of a computer. Although such working conditions may not be considered traditionally “strenuous”, the fact is that such an environment puts considerable stress and strain on your body in a variety of ways.Read More >
Stress does far more harm than simply making you frustrated or causing a headache. In fact, stress can have a huge negative impact on your long term and overall health. Every one of the body’s system are affected by stress in some way, and the cumulative effects can be dire.Read More >
Running and jogging are great ways to keep in shape and are also competitively fun. As an aerobic exercise, running helps to keep your heart healthy as well as build muscle. Unfortunately, running also puts a great deal of strain on your body, particularly your bones, joints and connective tissue. It’s no wonder that many runners end up taking prescription pain medications or having surgery to address problems.Read More >