Chiropractic orthopedics, sports injury care. Spinal decompression therapy.
17 years of clinical experience. Practice focus on disc injury, motor vehicle injuries and the treatment of extremities.
Illinois Chiropractic Society
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Letters to the editor. Adequacy of Education in Musculoskeletal Medicine, 2005
BS in Human Biology, Logan College of Chiropractic, 1990 Doctor of Chiropractic, Logan College of Chiropractic, 1992 Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician Program, Logan College of Chiropractic, 1993
Voted #1 Chiropractor, Best of Glen Carbon/Edwardsville, multi-year award.
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If you bruised the tailbone, it will the pain will go away if a few weeks. But you can also jam the spinal joints in the lower back with falls. If you have symptoms that continue in the next two weeks
Sounds like the radial nerve distribution... The question is where is it compressed, as you describe orthopedic issues that may involve the neck, shoulder and lateral forearm. An orthopedic exam of the
A chiropractor can adjust the ribhead that may be the issue and it should only take a couple of treatments. Most insurance covers chiropractors and if you don't have insurance, student discounts may be
Sounds like some spasm of the spinal muscles. You may have jammed up the joints of the spine also. You could have this easily treated by a chiropractor if the symptoms persist. We have seen many gymnasts
The lumps are due to pooling of blood in the fat and connective tissue under the skin, they may eventually be absorbed and go away over time. This lump is called a hematoma and are common after a deep
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