The Best way to deal with Shoulder Pain, explained by top Santa Clara Chiropractor.

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Shoulder anatomy: The shoulder is made up of three bones: the scapula, humerus and clavicle bones. Each of the bones articulates with each other in a joint, the most significant of which is the ball-in socket joint connecting the humerus with the scapula. The glenohumeral joint gives the shoulder its range of free motion, however…

Santa Clara Chiropractor explains how graston tools can help your mobility.

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What is the Graston Hook tool? Water skiing athlete, David Graston patented the renowned manual soft tissue technique Graston technique after the frustration he faced from his knee surgery rehabilitation. He felt that tools and techniques that were used during his rehabilitation could not accurately pin point the soft tissue adhesions that had been impeding…

The right way to get up. Explained by Bay Area Expert.

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Have you ever noticed how many times you have to get up in a day? Just think about it:  You get out of bed You get out of your car You get up from your chair at work You get up from sitting on the sofa But are you getting up correctly…?  A surprising number…

What is Sciatica? Local Santa Clara Chiropractor explains.

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Sciatica That strange pain that runs from your lower back and down your leg officially has a name. More often than not, sciatic pain is also associated with inflammation and numbness but it may also be associated with leg weakness and changes in bowel and bladder patterns in severe cases.       Sciatica typically…

Is cracking your back bad for you? Santa Clara expert explains.

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Almost everyone has experienced it at some time or another. Be it after a tenuous car ride or after several hours sitting at a desk, the satisfying feeling of twisting your back and hearing the little pop sound is almost euphoric. Not only is the sound satisfying, but generally cracking your back relieves stiffness and…