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From Chiropractic Patient to Chiropractic Assistant

From Chiropractic Patient to Chiropractic Assistant

From Chiropractic Patient to Chiropractic Assistant Welcome Stephanie! As a patient with Optimal Chiropractic for a year, Stephanie Heffernan understands the power of Chiropractic Care – she says it has changed her life. When the opportunity came to work with Optimal Chiropractic as a Chiropractic Assistant she jumped at the chance. Stephanie is calm and caring and she […]

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Sciatica - How to Get Relief from Nerve Pain

Sciatica – How to Get Relief from Nerve Pain

Sciatica is a condition whereby the sciatic nerve, running from the base of the spine down the back of the leg, is irritated or affected by inflammation of the surrounding soft tissues. This may cause pain, pins & needles, tingling, numbness or burning sensations anywhere along the path of the nerve. It can be isolated to […]

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Sciatica - How to Get Relief from Nerve Pain

Sciatica, a huge pain in the ass

Sciatica Pain – a huge pain in the ass Good old Sciatica – that unbearable guest that arrives uninvited, keeps you awake at night, interferes with your life and is the biggest pain in the ass you can imagine! If sciatica has paid a visit before, chances are, it can return at any time to […]

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Chiropractic care; more than just back pain relief

For many, a first visit to a chiropractor is to relieve lower back pain or to treat sciatica, neck pain, whiplash or migraine, however you will find that a chiropractor will work with you to ensure your optimal health and wellness. Many people start the new year with a long list of resolutions and goals […]

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Does Sciatica Get On Your Nerves?

Excuse the pun in the title, as Sciatica really is no laughing matter. It’s actually a very painful issue resulting from the sciatic nerve being irritated or affected by inflammation of the surrounding soft tissues. Sciatica pain is caused when the sciatic nerve is irritated, scraped, twisted, stretched or pinched as it exits the spine. […]

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