Headache Treatment with Chiropractic

Headache treatment in Fort Collins is offered at Rocky Mountain Chiro Care.  Tension, migraine, ocular, chronic and cluster headaches can be one of the most debilitating conditions one can experience.  Although most times headaches are not lethal, it may feel like they seem in suppressible.  The great news is that Chiropractic care can provide relief….

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Causes of Heel Pain-Possible Causes and Differential Diagnosis for Heel Pain

Plantar Fasciitis: The most common cause for heel pain is plantar fasciitis. This condition is known for causing pain at the bottom of the heel and sometimes in the arch. Plantar fasciitis is characterized by heel pain at the first step in the morning, which can sometimes be so severe that many will limp, or…

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New Research Shows Eating at Certain Times May Decrease Heart Disease Risk

Fort Collins – Everyone knows what they eat has a huge impact on both their energy levels and their overall well being. Because countless studies have demonstrated the effect nutrition has on many aspects of health, some experts even say that the majority of health problems can be avoided through proper diet (in addition to…

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Summer Headaches & Migraines

According to a recent Harvard University Study, mind-numbing headaches are more likely to strike as the mercury rises and for headache sufferers, the unpredictability of summer weather can do more than ruin outdoor plans – it can trigger debilitating headaches and migraines. Heat can lead to migraines for a variety of reasons, the primary being…

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Summer Headaches & Migraines

According to a recent Harvard University Study, mind-numbing headaches are more likely to strike as the mercury rises and for headache sufferers, the unpredictability of summer weather can do more than ruin outdoor plans – it can trigger debilitating headaches and migraines. Heat can lead to migraines for a variety of reasons, the primary being…

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What’s Degenerative Disc Disease?

Degenerative disc disease (DDD) is typically associated with aging. As you age, your discs, like other joints in the body, can degenerate (break down) and become problematic: that’s a natural part of growing older as your body deals with years of strain, overuse, and maybe even misuse. However, DDD can occur in people as young…

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