Category Archives: Benefits of Chiropractic

How a Chiropractor Helps People Who Sit or Stand All Day

desk-jobSitting around all day may sound relaxing, but anyone who works a desk job can likely tell you otherwise. Excessive sitting is surprisingly stressful to both the spine and lower extremities, which can cause joint restrictions that create back pain and discomfort. Those restricted joints can also lead to a host of other problems, including improper joint movement and compromised nerve flow to organs and tissues. So how can a chiropractor help? Read More

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3 Benefits of Chiropractic Care During the Summer

dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-reno-summer-chiropractic-careSchool is almost out for the summer, and most of us are making plans for long, relaxing days. In between the pool, the lake, and the vacations, there’s something else you should consider – a chiropractic adjustment or two. Here’s why. Read More

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Six Signs You Might Need a New Chiropractor

dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-best-reno-chirpractorWhen it comes to chiropractors, just like anything, there are good ones and there are bad ones. Fortunately, it’s not too tricky to distinguish the chiropractors who can really help you, and the ones who aren’t going to do much to help you. Here are six signs you might need a new chiropractor. Read More

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Five Surprising Benefits of Chiropractic Care

dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-chiropractic-techniques-renoYou may know that the chiropractor is a great choice when you need relief from back or neck pain, or even for headaches. But taking care of your spine has additional benefits beyond pain relief in that low back or neck. Here are five surprising benefits of chiropractic care. Read More

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Chiropractic Questions You’ve Never Asked (But Always Wondered)

dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-reno-chiropractorIf you’re new to the world of chiropractic care, you may have questions. How long does a session last? What does a chiropractor actually do? What should you wear to an appointment? And is a chiropractor really a doctor? Today, we’re answering all the chiropractic questions you’ve never asked (but always wondered). Read More

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My Chiropractic Adjustment Made Me Feel Worse!

dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-reno-chiropracticWhen your back or neck is out of alignment and causing pain, going to the chiropractor is a good idea. But what happens if your chiropractic adjustment makes you feel worse? Here’s why that may happen, and why it’s not actually a bad thing. Read More

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Here’s How Chiropractic Care Can Affect Mental Health

dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-reno-chiropractic-mental-healthMany people tend to associate the chiropractor with back and neck pain relief, which is quite reasonable. But does that mean chiropractors can only help people struggling with physical pain? Not at all. Approximately 40 million Americans have a mental health condition, and some of them find relief with a visit to the chiropractor. Here’s how chiropractic care can affect mental health. Read More

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Chiropractic For Allergies – Does It Work?

spring-leavesOur spring e-newsletter just hit inboxes, because despite recent snowstorms, winter is technically over. As the weather begins to warm in the coming weeks, flowers will bud, leaves will grow, days will become longer, and for many, allergy season will be in full effect. Runny noses, itchy eyes, sneezing and wheezing – these are all symptoms of hay fever, an allergy that creates hypersensitivity to pollen and other environmental substances. So, does chiropractic care for allergies work? You might be surprised.
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Should You Get a Massage Before or After You See the Chiropractor?

dr-lynelle-mcsweeney-reno-adjustment-before-after-massageOne of our most-read blog posts answers the question, “Do I need a chiropractic adjustment or massage?” Today, we’re touching on the same topic. Chiropractic care and massage therapy can be wonderful complementary therapies, but should you get a massage before or after you see the chiropractor? Read More

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Here’s How a Strong Core Can Reduce Back Pain

dr-mcsweeney-reno-chiropractorBack pain can vacillate between mildly uncomfortable to debilitating, but it’s never welcome. What if we told you there was a way to strengthen the muscles in your back and minimize that back pain? It doesn’t involve medication, or even an adjustment. It’s something you can do daily or a few times a week, and it brings with it a slew of additional benefits. We’re talking about exercise and specifically, building your core. Here’s how a strong core can reduce back pain. Read More

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