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Chiropractic and Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

Your wake up with a dead arm. Or you have persistent tingling down your arm and into your fingers. You have shoulder and neck pain. Your hand feels hot or cold. …

Chiropractic and Jaw pain (TMJ Disorder)

Jaw pain and jaw related problems present regularly at my Chiropractic office, and for a whole array of reasons. The purpose of this article is highlighting the …

Can Chiropractic help Torticollis?

This is also referred to as a Wry neck and as a Chiropractor I see a reasonable number of these in practice. Hi, this is Dr. Andrew Arnold from Cranbourne Family …

Chiropractic and Scheuermanns

Scheuermann’s disease, named after Holger Scheurmann, is in my view mis-represented. It is not really a disease as such and often causes more alarm and concern …

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