The vast majority of straightforward neck stiffness can be put into two categories. Neck or shoulder driven neck pain. A very simple test that I’ve used to distinguish the two with a high degree of accuracy is simple neck rotation ... Read More
The meniscus is a piece of cartilage in the knee that can be stressed or torn when your shin bone and thigh bone rotate excessively on top of each other. While this is seen in athletes trying to change directions ... Read More
Plantar fasciitis typically presents as a sharp pain at the heel – particularly after laying in bed all night. Although the pain can persist longer than that, it will generally get better throughout the day and then back to pain ... Read More
According to Institute of Medicine of The National Academies, 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. The research is very clear about chronic pain. It really is all in your head – your brain that is. But that doesn’t make ... Read More
The purpose of this site is to educate and break down the rhetoric of mainstream thought prohibiting the progress of health through functional nutrition and chiropractic. He is chiropractor currently located in Elk River, Minnesota.