Chiropractic help after back surgery

11 Feb
0 Comment

We work with many patients in our Chiropractic center in Mississauga who have previously had spinal surgeries. The techniques and locations that are adjusted change depending on the patient’s history and previous surgery. Below is the abstract of a case study and review of the literature from 2019 highlighting the improvement in a patient’s low back pain and quality of life after two failed back surgeries. Improved Spinal Alignment, Chronic Low Back Pain and Improved…

Read More
1 Feb

The Best Posture Exercise

The best postural exercise is a simple one – the Chin Tuck. The chin tuck can be done anywhere, but it is best to do when others aren’t watching as it can be embarrassing. I often do this postural exercise while driving. To do the chin tuck, pull your head…

Read More
18 Jan

Suffering from old injuries

Old injuries can play a painful role in our futures.  Unfortunately, the injury has happened – that can’t be erased.  Time continues forward and life continues on.  The body may have completely healed from this injury or it may not have.  Regardless, the brain has experienced this and has now…

Read More
26 Feb

Post-Partum Low Back Pain

Relief from Post-Partum Low Back Pain A lot of effort and planning goes into a pregnancy, with the clear goal regarding the healthy birth of a new baby.  But when the baby arrives, the hard work doesn’t end.  Now there is a need that supersedes the mother’s own needs, the baby.  This post-partum period is a challenging time for all mothers.  Often times the mother is tired, drained of energy, and still healing from their pregnancy and delivery.  Unfortunately, 80% of women report low back and pelvic pain post-partum – with 7% of these pains being severe. As a Chiropractor in Mississauga I often work…

Read More
2 Jan
Posted by

Starting a New Workout? Tips to avoid back pain

Starting a new workout? Our Chiropractors can help you stick with it. Throughout the year many of my patients start new workouts.  I love the excitement and energy that a patient has when they approach  new workouts and try new things.  Not only is it personally building for them, but I also believe that in life you need something to be excited about. These new workouts can be challenging for the body and do create an opportunity for the body to adapt and become stronger!  However, they also create an opportunity for your body to become injured and weaker as a result.  I highly suggest getting…

Read More
4 Jul
Posted by

Core Stabilization – Foundation of a...

Core Stabilization We often hear our doctors, therapists, and trainers discuss core stabilization and how integral it is for the function and health of our bodies, especially for our lower backs.   What is core stabilization? Core stabilization refers to your ability to keep your core structure (torso, abdomen, and…

Read More