• Disk Injuries

    Disk Injuries

    | September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

    There are 24 discs in the spinal column. They are sandwiched between the vertebrae (bones) of the spine. Each disc is made of tough fibrous cartilage (annulus) with a jellylike center (nucleus), which is filled with fluid. Discs function as spacers and shock absorbers for the bony vertebrae of the spine. An injury to the […]

  • Sports Injuries

    Sports Injuries

    | September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

    Sports injuries typically vary widely. They can involve the neck (cervical spine) and be a hyper flexion/extension (whiplash type) injury or involve the low back (lumbar spine) and be a slip and fall or even a sprain or strain. Contact sports such as football, basketball, martial arts, boxing and soccer are commonly sports where injuries […]

  • Neck Pain

    Neck Pain

    | September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

    Neck pain is most commonly caused by vertebrae (bone) joint misalignments (malposition) and the resulting muscle spasms. Pinched nerves in the neck can cause pain, numbness and tingling (pins and needles) which can radiate into the arm, hand and fingers. The neck (cervical spine) is comprised of seven bones (vertebrae C1-C7) which are stacked one […]

  • Sciatica and Leg Pain or Numbness

    Sciatica and Leg Pain or Numbness

    | September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

    A common cause of pain and/or pins and needles (tingling and numbness) which travels (radiates) down the leg and sometimes into the feet and toes is Sciatica.  Sciatica is a nerve which exits the spine at the low back area and gives sensation (sensory) and strength (motor) to the leg areas. Usually this nerve which […]

  • Arm Pain or Numbness

    Arm Pain or Numbness

    | September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

    A common cause of pain and/or pins and needles (tingling and numbness) which travels (radiates) from neck and into the arm, hand or fingers is a pinched nerve coming from the neck (cervical spine), these nerves back area give sensation (sensory) and strength (motor) to the upper extremity areas. Usually this nerve which is “pinched” […]

  • TMJ or TMD Disorder

    TMJ or TMD Disorder

    | September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

    The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a hinge joint which connects the mandible (jaw) to the temporal bone of the skull. The temporal bone comprises part of the side of the skull. When a problem occurs with the joint mechanism you get TMD (Temporomandibular Disorder).  Many people refer to it as TMJ. This disorder can arise […]

  • Auto Accidents

    Auto Accidents

    | September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

    Common symptoms experienced in the neck after automobile accidents are often referred to as whiplash. These symptoms can include neck pain, loss of movement in the neck, neck stiffness, tension and/or migraine headaches, pain in the jaw area (TMJ) or pain, numbness and/or tingling which can travel down the arm into the hand and even […]

  • Tension Headaches

    Tension Headaches

    | September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

    One of the most common types of headache are tension headaches. They usually present with the following: Pain or pressure in the forehead and/or the side and back of the head The feeling of the lead being squeezed by a band or vise versa Difficult concentrating Irritability and occasionally fatigue The pain can range from […]

  • Migraine Headaches

    Migraine Headaches

    | March 11, 2011 | Comments (0)

    We have tremendous success providing real relief to people who suffer from chronic migraines. What most don’t know about migraines is that real solutions exist to treat migraines and pain can be alleviated! Chronic migraines are headaches that typically are accompanied with: Visual symptoms like light sensitivity, flashing lights, tunnel vision, or black spots Sound […]

Training Center

Ease your Pain and Worry Less with a Reliable Brandon, FL Chiropractor

January 4, 2014 | Comments (0)

A news report written by Nancy Neuzil dated December 27, 2013, announces a chiropractor being chosen to assist Team USA at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center. Dr. J. Aaron Wolfe, who hails from Frankfort, Kentucky, is no stranger to becoming a volunteer chiropractor. This serves as his second tour working with the Olympic athletes […]

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Pain Management

Brandon Physical Therapy Patients May Benefit from Chiropractic Care

January 3, 2014 | Comments (0)

Brandon physical therapy patients suffer from numerous kinds of pain brought on by a variety of reasons. Ranging from accidents, muscle strain, and sports injuries, the pain they have to bear often makes performing daily activities difficult for them. WebMD, a trusted source for medical advice online, published an informative article that details how chiropractic […]

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Chiropratic Care

Chiropractic Benefits Offset Risks for Suffers of Neck Pain in Brandon

January 2, 2014 | Comments (0)

Neck pain of any sort can get in the way of daily life and is often difficult to treat. Many people who suffers from neck pain have been to multiple doctors and have undergone treatments from physicians of other disciplines but have not seen significant improvement for their ailments. A noted Brandon pain clinic, however, […]

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Gold Winner Best of Brandon Award

Gold Winner Best of Brandon Award

August 7, 2012 | Comments (0)

  Bloomingdale Chiropractic was a 2012 Gold Winner Best of Brandon business!

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Disk Injuries

Disk Injuries

September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

There are 24 discs in the spinal column. They are sandwiched between the vertebrae (bones) of the spine. Each disc is made of tough fibrous cartilage (annulus) with a jellylike center (nucleus), which is filled with fluid. Discs function as spacers and shock absorbers for the bony vertebrae of the spine. An injury to the […]

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Sports Injuries

Sports Injuries

September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

Sports injuries typically vary widely. They can involve the neck (cervical spine) and be a hyper flexion/extension (whiplash type) injury or involve the low back (lumbar spine) and be a slip and fall or even a sprain or strain. Contact sports such as football, basketball, martial arts, boxing and soccer are commonly sports where injuries […]

Read More

Neck Pain

Neck Pain

September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

Neck pain is most commonly caused by vertebrae (bone) joint misalignments (malposition) and the resulting muscle spasms. Pinched nerves in the neck can cause pain, numbness and tingling (pins and needles) which can radiate into the arm, hand and fingers. The neck (cervical spine) is comprised of seven bones (vertebrae C1-C7) which are stacked one […]

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Sciatica and Leg Pain or Numbness

Sciatica and Leg Pain or Numbness

September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

A common cause of pain and/or pins and needles (tingling and numbness) which travels (radiates) down the leg and sometimes into the feet and toes is Sciatica.  Sciatica is a nerve which exits the spine at the low back area and gives sensation (sensory) and strength (motor) to the leg areas. Usually this nerve which […]

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Arm Pain or Numbness

Arm Pain or Numbness

September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

A common cause of pain and/or pins and needles (tingling and numbness) which travels (radiates) from neck and into the arm, hand or fingers is a pinched nerve coming from the neck (cervical spine), these nerves back area give sensation (sensory) and strength (motor) to the upper extremity areas. Usually this nerve which is “pinched” […]

Read More

TMJ or TMD Disorder

TMJ or TMD Disorder

September 4, 2011 | Comments (0)

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is a hinge joint which connects the mandible (jaw) to the temporal bone of the skull. The temporal bone comprises part of the side of the skull. When a problem occurs with the joint mechanism you get TMD (Temporomandibular Disorder).  Many people refer to it as TMJ. This disorder can arise […]

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