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  • Is Texting Ruining Your Posture?

    Posted By Gwinnett Medical Back & Neck Pain || 10-Nov-2015

    On an average day, a smartphone user spends about two to four hours slouched over their devices. In one year, that can average out to 700 to 14,000 hours. Now think about how that might effect your spine and posture. Recently, a New York spine surgeon conducted a study to determine the effects of a forward-tilted head posture on a person’s spine. The experiment proved that the spine ...
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  • Why Athletes Should Seek Chiropractic Care on a Regular Basis

    Posted By Gwinnett Medical Back & Neck Pain || 6-Nov-2015

    If you are or have ever been an athlete, you understand the amount of strain that is put on the human body during practices, games, and tournaments. Whether you are warming up in a pregame drill or are in the last game of the championship season, your body is undergoing a lot of pressure and physical demand. That is why it is so beneficial for athletes to seek chiropractic attention on a regular ...
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  • Can the Chiropractor Help with an Ankle Sprain?

    Posted By Gwinnett Medical Back & Neck Pain || 5-Oct-2015

    When someone says, “sports injuries,” they can be referring to a number of things. When a person thinks of chiropractic therapy for sports injuries, they may consider treatments applied to the back and neck. However, chiropractors can help athletes recover many other types of injuries as well, including ankle injuries. Ankle sprains are extremely common in sports. To determine how ...
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  • Gwinnett Chiropractors Explain How Popping Your Own Neck Can Be Unsafe

    Posted By Gwinnett Medical Back & Neck Pain || 29-Sep-2015

    After a night of rest, you may wake up and feel like your neck has stiffened. As usual, you roll your neck back and forth, stretching it out, when all of a sudden you hear it pop. Now, many people do this on purpose and on a regular basis. But did you know popping your own neck can be damaging to several internal body parts. In fact, you put the following parts at risk when you adjust your own ...
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  • What is Spinal Decompression?

    Posted By Gwinnett Medical Back & Neck pain || 31-Aug-2015

    Spinal decompression can be the answer for many individuals experiencing mild or chronic neck and back pain. In fact, this procedure is used to treat persons who have been involved in harmful sport-related accidents, motor vehicle accidents, slip and fall accidents, and even those who experience pain from average day-to-day activities. In addition, spinal decompression treats some of the following ...
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