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Chiropractic Care Isn’t Just for Back Pain

If you’re like many people, a sore back is a reason to schedule a visit with the chiropractor. But there’s compelling research showing us chiropractic does so much more than treat back pain. From boosting immune function and reducing inflammation to improving balance and alleviating stress, chiropractic care isn’t just for back pain. Read More

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Looking for Reno Chiropractic Care?

There are many reasons you may be looking for Reno chiropractic care. From a sore hip to low back pain, chronic migraines or foot problems, Dr. Lynelle McSweeney is here to help.
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How Often Should I See the Chiropractor?

Chiropractic care is highly personalized, and what works for one person won’t necessarily work for someone else. If you’re wondering how often you should see the chiropractor, it will depend on a few factors. Like any kind of health care, there are variables unique to the individual, and your course of treatment and accompanying number of visits to the chiropractor will depend on the nature and extent of your condition or injury. Read More

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Seven Signs to See a Chiropractor for Neck Pain

While a stiff neck isn’t uncommon, there’s a difference between minor tenderness and a serious problem. But how can you tell when your neck is “bad enough” to see the chiropractor? We’re making it easy! Here are seven signs to see a chiropractor for neck pain. Read More

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How Important are Regular Chiropractic Adjustments?

Burning question – and it’s a good one! If I start getting adjusted now, will I have to keep getting adjustments forever?

Well, no. Of course not. The decision to get adjusted or not is a personal one, and it’s up to you whether regular adjustments should be part of your life.

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My Adjustment Made Me Feel Worse – Is that Normal?

This is a great question. It’s actually not unusual for people to feel worse after beginning chiropractor care. Fortunately, it’s only temporary. Here’s why adjustments may make you feel worse in the beginning, and why it’s actually a good sign. Read More

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Should you take your child to the chiropractor?

It’s a good question, and it’s one Dr. McSweeney hears often. The short answer is yes, it’s a good idea to take your child to the chiropractor. And that’s because children, like adults, have spines and nervous systems, and it’s important that we take care of them properly. It may even be more important during developmental years. Read More

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The Role of Emotional Stress in Our Lives – And How Chiropractic Can Help

From deadlines and finances to relationships and responsibility, our lives can be stressful. There are physical, chemical and emotional stressors, and understanding more about each can be helpful in reducing their impact. Here’s what you should know about the role of emotional stress in our lives – and how chiropractic can help. Read More

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You Eat Well and Exercise – But You Should Still See a Chiropractor

You eat well and exercise – but you should still see a chiropractor. When we talk about physical health, it’s often two tiered – nutrition and fitness. But this view misses a critical element. The missing piece of the puzzle here is a healthy spine and nervous system. Physiology shows us how the brain controls every single organ, cell and tissue in your body. During exercise, it’s important to have your spine moving properly and your body balanced. Read More

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Understanding Chiropractic: How Spinal Misalignments Affect the Body

If you’ve ever dismissed chiropractic care because you have no back pain, read on. The whole body is truly connected, and anyone who has ever teared up after stubbing their little toe has experienced it for themselves.

So how do spinal misalignments affect the body – with or without pain? It’s all about connections – and awareness. Read More

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