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Dr. John Heary
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Hamburg, NY 14075
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Hamburg, NY Shoulder Pain
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Dr. John Heary
266 Buffalo St.
Hamburg, NY 14075
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Updated April 4, 2023 - Written by Dr. John Heary

Dear Friend, 

Over the past 15 years I've had the privilege of helping patients all across the Twin Cities with their shoulder pain. 

Our clinic is different in that we dig, find, and FIX the root cause of the shoulder pain. We don't simply "mask" the symptom with a medication. 

We'll determine the cause which will then determine our course of action.

We also have different methods of reducing / minimizing INFLAMMATION in the body...so we'll look at things from a nutritional perspective and make recommendations that will reduce inflammation in the body. 

If you're struggling with chronic shoulder pain and can't get to the bottom of it, then give our clinic a call. Our methods are safe, natural, and highly effective. 
Causes Of Shoulder Pain
There can be A LOT of different causes of shoulder pain. Remember, at our clinic we work to dig, find, and FIX the root cause. We do this safely and with natural methods. We always encourage patients to start with natural treatment first which doesn't have side effects. Oftentimes cortisone shots and surgeries will have long-term side effects / consequences. Start conservative and go more invasive as a last resort. Here are some of the most common causes of shoulder pain. 
Rotator Cuff Tendonitis 
Of all the reasons you can have shoulder pain, injury to your rotator cuff is the most common. 2/3 of people with shoulder pain had a rotator cuff problem. The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that attach to the bones of the shoulder joint. The rotator cuff keeps the ball of your upper arm bone centered in your shoulder socket and also helps you raise and rotate your arm.

Tendonitis is inflammation of those tendons around the shoulder...typically due to overuse / repetitive movements. 
Frozen Shoulder 
Frozen shoulder results when the connective tissue that lines your shoulder joint becomes thickened and inflamed.
Shoulder Impingement 
Shoulder impingement often occurs after repeated overhead activity. Shoulder tendons and bursa get impinged between the bones of the shoulder, which makes it painful to move your arm. Various positions, including overhead motion, reaching back, or lying on the affected side, make the symptoms worse. 
Labral Tears
The labrum is a piece of cartilage that is attached to the rim of the shoulder socket that helps keep the ball of the joint in place. When this cartilage is torn, it is called a labral tear. Labral tears typically result from injury.
Tendon Tears
Tearing of tendons may result from acute injury or degenerative changes in the tendons due to advancing age, long-term overuse and wear and tear, or a sudden injury. These tears may be partial or may completely separate the tendon from its attachment to bone. In most cases of complete tears, the tendon is pulled away from its attachment to the bone. Rotator cuff and biceps tendon injuries are among the most common of these injuries.
Osteoarthritis
Sometimes called degenerative joint disease, osteoarthritis stems from ordinary wear and tear on the shoulder joint. The condition destroys the firm, rubbery cartilage that acts as a cushion between the bones and helps them to glide smoothly against each other. As the cartilage breaks down and the bones of the joint rub against each other, shoulder pain and swelling can limit your range of motion.
Remember - We Help Patients All Across Western New York With Their Shoulder Pain
Hamburg, NY Shoulder Pain
Orchard Park, NY Shoulder Pain
East Aurora, NY Shoulder Pain
Medina, NY Shoulder Pain
Boston, NY Shoulder Pain
Williamsville, NY Shoulder Pain
Amherst, NY Shoulder Pain
Depew, NY Shoulder Pain
Lancaster, NY Shoulder Pain
Buffalo, NY Shoulder Pain
Clarence, NY Shoulder Pain
Eden, NY Shoulder Pain
Blasdell, NY Shoulder Pain
Lackawanna, NY Shoulder Pain
 Cheektowaga, NY Shoulder Pain
Rochester, NY Shoulder Pain
Collins Center, NY Shoulder Pain
Tonawanda, NY Shoulder Pain
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Please Remember...
Our Hamburg, NY office is great for helping patients with shoulder pain. But we also help patients with the following conditions:  
Musculoskeletal Conditions
  • ​Headaches / Migraines
  • ​Neck Pain
  • ​Sciatica 
  • ​Low Back Pain
  • ​Carpal Tunnel
  • ​Numbness / Tingling 
  • ​Knee Pain
  • ​Car Accident / Personal Injury
  • ​Work Injury 
Functional Medicine Conditions
  •  Weight Loss
  • ​Thyroid Challenges
  • ​Chronic Fatigue
  • ​ADHD Kids
  • ​Neuropathy
  • ​Leaky Gut / Gut Dysfunction
  • ​Diabetes 
  • ​Autoimmune Conditions (Lupus, MS, etc.)
  • ​Fibromyalgia 
Services We Offer
  • Chiropractic Care
  • Corrective Exercises / Rehab / Stretches
  • SoftWave Therapy
  • Medical Weight Loss
  • Massage Therapy 
  • Food Sensitivity Testing
  • Functional Lab Testing (Nutrients, Heavy Metals, Thyroid, Adrenals etc.)
  • Customized Supplementation
We Offer A Professional, Comfortable, Relaxed Environment! 
Dr. John Heary is a board certified chiropractic physician with over 600 hours of post graduate training in clinical nutrition, functional medicine, and myoneural medicine. He graduated from the prestigious New York Chiropractic College. He is Certified in Functional Medicine and Nutrition. He is also a Certified Clinician in Whole Food Nutrition and a Certified Neuropathy Practitioner.

His true passion is helping patients achieve their optimal health potential through proper nutrition, supplementation, and lifestyle changes. He specializes in comprehensive blood testing. Thousands of people all over the country have reached a more optimal state of health because of his unique approach to finding the underlying cause of health problems.

Listen To What Some Of Our Patients Have To Say...

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Q: What Happens On The First Visit? 
The first visit is simple. You'll meet 1 on 1 with Dr. John Heary. He'll perform a thorough health history and consultation. From there he'll do an examination along with a treatment to find out if you qualify for care. From there, if he thinks he can help your shoulder pain...he'll tell you. If he doesn't think he can help he will refer you to the necessary provider who CAN help. 
Q: Does Your Treatment Hurt? 
Our treatment methods are very gentle and low force. In fact, we see a ton of KIDS in our clinics and they love our approach. 
Q: Do I Have To Keep Coming Back Again & Again? 
This is a common question patients have. The primary goal is to get you out of pain and functioning at 100% once again. Based on your examination and response to your first treatment we will give our best clinical recommendations for optimal health. Some patients stay for wellness care because they understand the long term benefits of regular chiropractic care, whereas other patients stop in when things flare up. It is entirely up to you. We are NOT a high pressure office. We'll simply give you our best care recommendations. 
Physical and Social Activities Benefit the Ageing Brain. 

University of Zurich researchers report
that more physically and socially active individuals exhibited less reduction in thickness of the entorhinal cortex
over a seven-year period, which is a sign of healthy brain aging. 

University of Zurich, December 2023 
Even Some Exercise Helps Late-Stage Lung Cancer Patients. 

Among a group of 89 patients with
inoperable lung cancer, researchers observed that those who engaged in more than 4.6 minutes of moderate-to
vigorous exercise a day were 60% more likely to survive the following year than participants who largely
refrained from any physical activity. 

Journal of Clinical Medicine, December 2023
Nearly a Third of Adults Have Shoulder Pain. 

Among a group of 1,128 middle-aged adults,
31.4% reported experiencing shoulder pain within the previous month. Further analysis revealed that those
whose work activities included physical or heavy manual labor were 66% more likely to have shoulder pain.
Doctors of chiropractic frequently treat patients with shoulder pain using a multimodal approach that combines
manual therapies and specific exercises. 

Chiropractic & Manual Therapies, November 2023
Treatment for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis.
 
Among a group of 128 lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS)
patients, those who received a multimodal treatment plan that including therapies to address trigger points and
restore normal motion to spinal joints—such as those provided by doctors of chiropractic—experienced longer
lasting improvements in low back, buttock, and leg pain and related disability than those who received
conventional physical therapy. 

Spine Journal, December 2023
Poor Sleep Raises Post-Concussion Depression Risk. 

Past studies have linked post-concussion
depression with worse outcomes for patients with mild-traumatic brain injury (mTBI). Evaluations of 249 mTBI
patients revealed a link between poor sleep quality and an elevated risk for post-concussion depression among
participants. The findings suggest that assessing and implementing strategies to address sleep quality in mTBI
patients may help to ameliorate post-concussion depression. 

Journal of Nursing Scholarship, November 2023
Alcohol, Tea, and Low Back Pain. 

According to a recent study, there’s an association between
frequent alcohol consumption and an elevated risk for low back pain. On the other hand, regular tea
drinkers are less likely to develop low back pain. 

European Spine Journal, November 2023
Sit Less, Move More, Live Longer. 

Using data from the Attitude, Behavior, and Change cohort
study, researchers report that middle-aged adults who maintain a healthy weight, minimize sedentary behaviors,
and get regular exercise are about two-thirds less likely to die in the following 15 years than their overweight
peers who seldom exercise and spend excessive amounts of time performing sedentary activities.

Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports, May 2023
Western Diet May Shorten Lifespan. 

The current literature suggests that a diet high in processed meats,
refined carbohydrates, and saturated fats—traits of the Western diet pattern—is associated with a shorter
lifespan and an increased risk of chronic disease. 

BMJ, March 2023
Chronic Low Back and Neck Pain Alters Proprioceptive Acuity. 

Proprioception is the body's
ability to sense where its various parts are in relation to one another for purposes of movement and balance. In a
recent experiment, researchers observed that patients with either chronic neck or low back pain exhibited altered
joint position sense, a means of assessing proprioceptive accuracy. Treatment to restore proper joint motion in
the cervical and lumbar spine, such as therapies provided by doctors of chiropractic, can help to improve
proprioception as well as reduce pain and disability.

Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, March 2023
Biking Linked to Less Knee Pain Later in Life. 

Using data from the Osteoarthritis Initiative study,
researchers report that the more an individual rode a bike during adolescence or adulthood, the less likely they
were to be diagnosed with osteoarthritis of the knee at age 65.

Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, April 2024 
Probiotics In Kombucha Mimic Fasting, Reduce Fat Stores. 

An animal study conducted at the
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill found that microbes in kombucha tea can alter gene expression
related to fat metabolism in worms in a manner similar to intermittent fasting. Future research is needed to
determine if these benefits extend to humans. 

PLOS One, April 2024
Colorectal Cancer Cases Have Tripled in Younger Population.

Between 1999 and 2020, the incidence of colorectal cancer increased 500% in children, 333% in teens, and 185% among young adults. The authors of the study hypothesize that much of this increase may be due to rising levels of obesity, physical activity, and poor diet among today’s youth.

Digestive Disease Week, May 2024
Treating Frozen Shoulder.

Adhesive capsulitis, also known as frozen shoulder, is described as a painful restriction of the shoulder’s range of motion. Among a group of 20 adhesive capsulitis patients, those who received a multimodal treatment plan that included specific exercises, heat therapy, and manual therapies—an approach that patients may encounter in a chiropractic setting—reported significant improvements with respect to pain, function, and range of motion.

Cureus, January 2024
Post-Concussion Neck Pain Linked to Slower Recovery.

Assessments of 2,163 collegiate athletes who sustained a mild-traumatic brain injury revealed that new or worsening neck pain is associated with prolonged recovery.

American Journal of Sports Medicine, May 2024
Improving Scapular Function Helps Reduce Neck Pain Intensity.

A systematic review that included data from eight randomized controlled trials concluded that treatment to improve shoulder blade function can reduce pain intensity in patients with chronic neck pain.

BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, April 2024
Managing Cervicogenic Headaches.

Cervicogenic headaches are secondary headaches caused by dysfunction in the neck. In a study that included 69 cervicogenic headache patients, researchers observed that those treated with cervical spinal manipulative therapy—a treatment provided by doctors of chiropractic—for four weeks experienced greater improvements with respect to headache frequency, intensity, and disability; neck pain; and quality of life than patients provided with conventional physiotherapy.

PloS One, March 2024
Warning Signs of Colorectal Cancer.

The Mayo Clinic notes that the incidence of colorectal cancer is on the rise in adults under age 50. Warning signs for this type of cancer include abdominal pain, diarrhea, blood in bowel movements, and iron deficiency anemia. Individuals experiencing these symptoms should contact their healthcare provider.

Mayo Clinic, March 2024
Multimodal Treatment for Low Back Pain.

For patients with nonspecific low back pain, a recent study found that combining spinal manipulation with therapies to address trigger points in the lumbar region is an effective intervention for reducing pain and disability. Doctors of chiropractic often utilize such a multimodal approach when managing patients with low back pain.

Journal of Pain, March 2024
Conservative Treatment for Tennis Elbow.

For patients with lateral elbow tendinopathy, a systematic review that included twelve studies found that a conservative treatment plan that includes manual therapy, electrotherapy, and exercise may provide greater long-term benefits and a lower risk of recurrence than corticosteroid injections. Doctors of chiropractic often manage patients with tennis elbow using such a multimodal approach.

Shoulder Elbow, March 2024
Hands-On Care for Cervicogenic Headaches.

Sustained natural apophyseal glides (SNAGS) is a form of manual therapy provided by doctors of chiropractic that combines sustained facet (joint) gliding with active motion, followed by overpressure. A recent study that included 38 cervicogenic headache patients found that SNAGS is an effective intervention for reducing headache intensity, disability, frequency, and duration.

BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, February 2024
Treatment for Upper Cross Syndrome.

Upper cross syndrome is a condition characterized by tightness in the muscles of the chest, upper back, and posterior side of neck and weakness in the muscles located in the mid back and front of the neck. This results in the classic forward-head posture and rounded shoulders. A recent study found that manual therapy techniques are particularly effective for reducing pain and improving functional limitations in patients with upper cross syndrome and exercise therapy is beneficial for correcting postural alignment and movement patterns. Doctors of chiropractic are well-versed in the diagnosis and management of upper cross syndrome.

Cureus, September 2023
Mid-Back Adjustments for Frozen Shoulder?

Adhesive capsulitis, also known as frozen shoulder, is described as a painful restriction of the shoulder’s range of motion. In a recent study, researchers observed that adhesive capsulitis patients who received thoracic spinal manipulation—a treatment provided by doctors of chiropractic—as part of their treatment plan experienced greater improvement with respect to pain, disability, and shoulder function.

Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, February 2024
Treatment for Subacromial Pain.

A systematic review and meta-analysis of data from eight randomized controlled trials concluded that the combination of manual therapies and therapeutic exercises is an effective approach for improving pain and disability in patients with subacromial pain syndrome. Doctors of chiropractic often utilize such a multimodal treatment plan when managing patients with musculoskeletal disorders, including shoulder pain.

Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, February 2024
Manual Therapies for Post-Breast Cancer Surgery Shoulder Issues.

Shoulder complaints are common in women who have undergone surgery to treat breast cancer. In a recent study, researchers observed that breast cancer survivors treated with manual therapies experienced improvements with respect to shoulder range of motion, posture, and function in the upper extremities. Doctors of chiropractic are trained in the delivery of several manual therapies, including those used in this study—muscle energy technique and Mulligan mobilization.

Journal of Clinical Medicine, February 2024
Optimizing Chronic Ankle Instability Treatment.

For patients with chronic ankle instability, a recent study found that manual therapies combined with balance-strength training led to greater improvements in ankle range of motion and static and dynamic balance than balance-strength training alone. Manual therapy and balance training are often used by chiropractors when treating ankle issues such as chronic ankle instability.

Sports (Basel), January 2024
Neck Pain Is a Worldwide Problem.

In 2020, more than 203 million people worldwide experienced at least one episode of neck pain. Due to a variety of factors, including the aging of the world population, experts estimate that cases of neck pain will increase by 32.5% by 2050, affecting nearly 270 million people.

The Lancet Rheumatology, March 2024
Manual Therapy Improves Shoulder Impingement Syndrome Treatment.

Shoulder impingement syndrome is a common condition caused by either shoulder girdle muscle imbalance or posterior capsule tightness. In a recent study that included 32 shoulder impingement syndrome patients, researchers observed that those whose treatment plan included manual therapies and muscle stretching and strengthening exercises experienced greater improvements in pain, functional capacity, and scapular range of motion than participants in an exercise-only treatment group. This approach is commonly applied by doctors of chiropractic when managing shoulder conditions, including shoulder impingement syndrome.

BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, March 2024
Exercise Can Reduce Post-Concussion Anxiety.

University of Colorado School of Medicine report that engaging in moderate-to-vigorous exercise during concussion recovery may alleviate anxiety symptoms among teens. The finding adds to a growing body of research supporting active recovery for mild-traumatic brain injuries instead of prolonged rest and inactivity.

Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, December 2023
Yoga Can Help Patients with Chronic Back Pain.

Women with chronic low back pain who participated in a twice a week yoga program for one month experienced both a reduction in pain intensity and improved neuromuscular response during trunk flexion. Patients under treatment for chronic low back pain are often advised to engage in an exercise program to strengthen the core muscles and improve flexibility, both as part of their treatment plan and to reduce the risk of recurrence.

Journal of Orthopaedic Research, February 2024
See a Chiropractor First for Spine Pain.

A systematic review that included 44 studies concluded that patients who initially consult with a doctor of chiropractic for spinal conditions are less likely to subsequently receive an opioid prescription or injection, undergo surgery, be hospitalized, visit the emergency room, or be referred to a specialist—all of which results in reduced healthcare expenditures overall.

Chiropractic & Manual Therapies, March 2024
Neck Treatment Helps Reduce Jaw Muscle Pain.

Myogenic temporomandibular disorders are characterized by pain originating from the jaw muscles. A systematic review that included seven studies found that cervical rehabilitation interventions—such as manual therapies combined with neck-specific exercises—are effective for reducing pain intensity associated with myogenic temporomandibular disorders. The finding adds to a growing body of research that dysfunction in the neck can be a contributing or underling cause of temporomandibular disorders.

Journal of Oral Rehabilitation, March 2024
Combat Allergies with Fiber?

A recent experiment revealed that the breakdown of fiber in the gut can produce short-chain fatty acids such as butyric acid and valeric acid that help to inhibit histamine release, which can aid in managing allergies.

Journal of Immunology, January 2024
Risk Factors for Post-Concussion Syndrome.

It’s estimated that 1-in-6 mild-traumatic brain injury patients develop post-concussion syndrome, a complex disorder that encompasses physical, neurological, and behavioral symptoms that can persist for weeks to months. A systematic review that included 17 studies identified the following risk factors for post-concussion syndrome: history of sleep or psychiatric disorders; initial headache, neck pain, or neurological symptoms; and abnormalities on CT scan.

Journal of Neurotrauma, February 2024
Flame Retardant Chemicals Linked to Adverse Birth Outcomes.

Organophosphate esters (OPEs) are a class of chemicals used in a variety of products for their flame retardant, plasticizing, anti-pest, and lubricating properties. A recent study found that the presence of OPEs in the body is associated with several poor birth outcomes including premature birth, higher birth weight, jaundice, and breathing problems.

Environmental Health Perspectives, January 2024
Central Sensitization’s Effect on Pain, Disability, and Psychological Distress.

Central sensitization is described as hypersensitivity to stimuli from things that are not usually painful. In a recent study that included 178 knee osteoarthritis and 118 chronic low back pain patients revealed an association between central sensitization and pain intensity, disability, depression, anxiety, and pain catastrophizing. For patients with central sensitization, a doctor of chiropractic may tailor their treatment approach to emphasize gentler, non-force manual therapy techniques, soft tissue work, rehabilitative exercise recommendations, dietary considerations, and patient education.

BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, November 2023
Dopamine May Explain Why Exercise Improves Reaction Times.

While typically associated with pleasure and motivation, new research suggests that dopamine released into the brain during exercise also acts as a neuromodulator, improving reaction times. The finding may help to explain why patients with neurodegenerative disorders benefit from exercise.

Journal of Physiology, January 2024
Comorbidities Linked to Chronic Low Back Pain and Disability.

Among a group of 220 older adults, researchers observed an association between comorbidities—the presence of two or more health conditions, often chronic or long-term in nature—and higher scores on assessments for low back pain intensity and disability.

Journal of Geriatric Physical Therapy, January 2024
Poor Sleep in Adulthood May Lead to Later Memory Problems.

In a recent study, researchers observed that individuals with poor sleep hygiene in their 30s and 40s were more likely to develop memory and thinking problems as they approached midlife.

Neurology, January 2024
Gum Disease Linked to Dementia.

A literature review has concluded that periodontitis is associated with an elevated risk for dementia, likely due to the combination of recurrent oral bacterial infections and low-grade systemic inflammation. The findings suggest that good oral health practices can benefit brain health.

Neurologica, January 2024
Prescriptions for Exercise?

In an article recently published in the journal Research, Dr. Chen Shiyi highlights the importance of exercise for the prevention and management of chronic disease. Dr. Shiyi adds that embracing exercise as a treatment option in the same manner as medication and surgery could significantly improve public health.

Research, November 2023
Try Conservative Care First for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

A systematic review that included 14 studies concluded that patients with mild-to-moderate carpal tunnel syndrome may be better served by initially pursuing non-surgical, conservative treatment and only opting for surgery if these options fail to improve their symptoms. Doctors of chiropractic offer a conservative, non-surgical approach that may include a combination of manual therapy, nocturnal splinting, specific exercises, physiotherapy modalities, and nutrition recommendations.

Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, January 2024
Treatment for Subacromial Impingement Syndrome.

Subacromial impingement syndrome occurs when the rotator cuff tendons become inflamed or irritated as they pass through the subacromial space, which can lead to pain, weakness, and reduced range of motion in the shoulder. Among a group of 60 subacromial impingement syndrome patients, researchers observed that both manual therapies and therapeutic exercises are effective for improving shoulder pain, disability, and range of motion. Doctors of chiropractic frequently employ both approaches as part of a multimodal treatment plan for managing patients with subacromial impingement syndrome.

Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics, February 2024
Cognitive Impairments and Osteoporosis.

A meta-analysis that pooled data from ten studies found that patients with cognitive impairment—Alzheimer’s disease especially—have a 50% increased risk for developing osteoporosis.

BMC Geriatrics, December 2023
Nearly a Third of Adults Have Shoulder Pain.

Among a group of 1,128 middle-aged adults, 31.4% reported experiencing shoulder pain within the previous month. Further analysis revealed that those whose work activities included physical or heavy manual labor were 66% more likely to have shoulder pain. Doctors of chiropractic frequently treat patients with shoulder pain using a multimodal approach that combines manual therapies and specific exercises.

Chiropractic & Manual Therapies, November 2023
Mediterranean Diet Benefits the Brain.

The Mediterranean diet is an eating pattern focused on fruit, vegetables, nuts, fish, olive oil, and whole grains while avoiding red and processed meats, dairy, saturated fats, and refined sugars. Among a group of 840 older adults, researchers observed an association between greater adherence to the Mediterranean diet and a reduced risk for cognitive decline over a twelve-year period.

Molecular Nutrition & Food Research, October 2023
E-Cigarettes Double Heart Attack Risk.

Even after adjusting for known risk factors for myocardial infarction, researchers report that electronic cigarette users have a 2.6 times increased risk for heart attack when compared with never smokers. The finding helps counter the notion that electronic cigarettes are a safe alternative to smoking traditional cigarettes.

Cureus, November 2023
New Device Can Check for Neurodegenerative Diseases.

Scientists have developed a new device that can be used in a clinical setting to detect biomarkers associated with Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease from saliva and urine samples. While further testing is ongoing, it’s hoped the device can receive clearance from the Food and Drug Administration within a year.

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, November 2023
Is Poor Knee Balance Linked to Low Back Pain?

Assessments of 49 women, 25 with chronic non-specific low back pain, revealed an association between abnormal knee joint proprioception and chronic non-specific low back pain. The findings demonstrate how abnormal biomechanics in one area of the body may contribute to musculoskeletal disorders in adjacent areas.

Journal of Bodyworks and Movement Therapies, July 2023
Muscle Energy Technique Benefits Neck Pain Patients.

Muscle energy technique is a manual therapy that involves gentle isometric muscle contractions to relax and lengthen muscles and improve joint range of motion. A literature review that included 26 randomized-controlled trials concluded that muscle energy technique is an effective treatment for reducing pain intensity and disability in patients with non-specific neck pain when used in conjunction with other manual therapies. Doctors of chiropractic often use a multimodal approach when managing patients with neck pain, which may include muscle energy technique.

Heliyon, November 2023
False-Positive Mammogram May Indicate Later Breast Cancer Risk.

An analysis of data concerning nearly 500,000 women revealed that those who received false-positive mammogram results had 57% elevated risk for breast cancer in the following two decades than women without a history of false positive screening results.

JAMA Oncology, November 2023
Short-Duration Sleepers May Be at Greater Risk for Depression.

A recent study found that individuals genetically prone to short sleep (less than five hours a night) have an elevated risk for depression in the following four to twelve years. On the other hand, adults with a genetic predisposition to depression are not at increased risk for short sleep.

Translational Psychiatry, October 2023
Low Back Pain and Restricted Hip Range of Motion.

In a study that included 200 adults, half with low back pain, researchers observed those with low back pain exhibited significantly restricted hip lateral rotation range of motion. Doctors of chiropractic routinely evaluate hip function in low back pain patients, as musculoskeletal disorders of the hip often co-occur with low back pain.

Advanced Biomedical Research, June 2023
Warming Up Improves Muscle Performance.

New research suggests that skeletal muscles—the muscles used for bodily movements—contract more quickly when warm, which allows them to work more economically during exercise.

Journal of General Physiology, October 2023
Is Dynamic Balance Control Linked to Pain Catastrophizing?

Dynamic balance describes the ability to maintain balance during movement. Examinations of adults with chronic non-specific low back pain revealed an association between poor dynamic balance control and higher levels of pain catastrophizing (the tendency of a patient to describe their pain in more negative and exaggerated terms). The findings suggest that assessing and addressing deficits in dynamic balance may reduce pain catastrophizing in patients with chronic low back pain.

Physiotherapy and Theory and Practice, June 2023
Chronic Low Back Pain Can Affect Balance.

A systematic review that included 16 studies found that patients with chronic low back pain experience greater postural sway while standing, suggesting that chronic low back pain affects balance. Doctors of chiropractic commonly assess balance in patients with chronic low back pain and can recommend specific exercises to address these deficits.

Scientific Reports, May 2023
Mid-Back Mobilization Helps with Low Back Pain.

Among a group of 24 low back pain patients, researchers observed that the application of mobilization therapy—a form of treatment utilized by doctors of chiropractic—to the thoracic spine led to improvements in both lower back pain and range of motion.

Progress in Rehabilitation Medicine, July 2023
Keep Moving.

An analysis of movement data collected from more than 25,000 adults found that the more often an individual engages in short bursts of physical activity, such as walking up the stairs or doing chores, the lower their risk for major cardiac events and early death.

The Lancet Public Health, October 2023
Walking More Can Lower Blood Pressure at Same Levels As Medication.

Senior citizens who increased their step count from 4,000 to at least 7,000 steps a day experienced an average drop in systolic and diastolic blood pressure of 7 and 4 points, respectively—reductions commonly seen following the use of anti-hypertensive medications.

Journal of Cardiovascular Development and Disease, September 2023
Leg Length Inequality and Low Back Pain.

Past research has shown that an increased disparity in leg length can alter gait kinematics, placing abnormal forces on the body and increasing the risk for conditions like low back pain. A systematic review that included five studies found that addressing leg length inequality in low back pain patients with the use of an insole can improve pelvic posture and reduce back pain. If leg length disparity is a suspected cause or contributing factor for a patient’s low back pain, a doctor of chiropractic may prescribe a foot orthotic as part of the management process.

Journal of American Medical Association, April 2023
One Billion People Worldwide Will Have Osteoarthritis in 2050.

Osteoarthritis is characterized by the slow breakdown of the cartilage within joints, leading to swelling, stiffness, and pain that tends to worsen with time. Due to the aging of the global population and the rise in sedentary lifestyles and obesity, researchers estimate that as many as one billion people living in 2050 will have osteoarthritis.

The Lancet Rheumatology, August 2023
Chronic Migraines and Fatigue.

Questionnaires completed by 30 episodic and 30 chronic migraine headache patients revealed that those with chronic migraines were three times more likely to also report severe fatigue (60% vs 20%). Additionally, the researchers observed that fatigue is positively correlated with migraine severity, frequency, and duration. Past research has shown that chiropractic care can benefit migraineurs.

Journal of Neurosciences in Rural Practice, August 2023
Neck Pain Alters Head and Neck Motor Control.

Proprioception is the body's ability to sense where its various parts are in relation to one another for purposes of movement and balance. In a study that included 150 adults, researchers observed that those with neck pain exhibited impaired proprioception and were more likely to report dizziness. Chiropractic treatment has been shown to improve joint position sense and dizziness symptoms in patients with cervical spine disorders.

Physiotherapy Theory and Practice, June 2023
Smartphone Use and Neck & Shoulder Pain.

Questionnaires completed by nearly 800 college-aged adults revealed that using a smartphone more than four hours a day and sessions exceeding one hour are both risk factors for neck and shoulder pain.

Work, June 2023
Sitting Too Much and for Too Long Can Counteract Exercise.

While regular exercise is essential for a healthy lifestyle, a recent study found that prolonged sedentary behavior can dull the effects of physical activity. To help get the most from exercise, researchers recommend taking frequent breaks during sedentary activities, such as a two-minute break every 30 minutes, for example.

Physiological Reviews, August 2023
Myofascial Neck Pain Relief.

A systematic review and meta-analysis that included 15 studies concluded that both ischemic compression and dry needling—therapies that may be provided in a chiropractic office—of myofascial trigger points in the cervical region are effective for improving pain and range of motion in patients with neck pain.

Journal of Back and Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation, April 2023
Cervical Extension Exercises for Neck Pain?

A systematic review that included data from 35 randomized-controlled trials concluded that exercises to strengthen the muscles at the back of the neck can improve pain and disability in patients with neck pain. Doctors of chiropractic often advise patients to perform cervical strengthening exercises between visits to aid in the management of neck pain and reduce the risk of recurrence.

Clinical Rehabilitation, July 2023
Musculoskeletal Pain Common in Primary Healthcare Workers.

Questionnaires completed by 338 doctors, nurses, and physician assistants revealed that 55.3% had neck pain and 64.5% had low back pain during the previous year with roughly half rating their pain as intense. Doctors of chiropractic frequently treat other primary healthcare workers for musculoskeletal disorders, including neck and low back pain.

Healthcare, January 2023
Vitamin K May Promote Healthy Lungs.

Examinations of more than 4,000 adults revealed that lower vitamin K levels are associated with a greater likelihood for impaired lung function, asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and wheezing.

ERJ Open Research, August 2023
Gut Health May Predict Stroke-Associated Pneumonia Risk.

Pneumonia is a common complication of stroke that can increase near-term mortality risk by up to 30%. Examinations of 135 stroke survivors revealed that a decreased presence of short-chain fatty acid-producing bacteria in the gut microbiome is associated with an elevated risk for stroke-associated pneumonia. The findings suggest that measures to improve gut health in stroke patients may reduce their risk for pneumonia.

Brain Science, August 2023
Joint Gliding Improves Low Back Function.

Sustained natural apophyseal gliding (SNAGS) is a form of manual therapy provided by doctors of chiropractic that combines sustained facet (joint) gliding with active motion followed by overpressure. Among a group of 55 patients with non-specific chronic low back pain, researchers observed that those treated with SNAGS three times a week for three weeks experienced improvements in low back function and range of motion that persisted for at least six months.

Eurasian Journal of Medicine, June 2023
Risk Factors for Long-term Low Back Pain Disability.

Questionnaires completed by 300 medical students revealed that 14.3% had back pain with an elevated risk for long-term disability. Risk factors for long-term low back pain-related disability among young adults with back pain include high levels of mental stress, excessive screen time, poor posture, excessive alcohol intake, smoking, not getting regular exercise, and a family history of chronic low back pain.

Journal of Education and Health Promotion, May 2023
Wall Sits and Planks Help Lower Blood Pressure.

A systematic review of data from 270 clinical trials concluded that static isometric exercises, like wall sits and planks, may be the best form of exercise for reducing both systolic and diastolic blood pressure.

British Journal of Sports Medicine, July 2023
Get Moving Quickly After a Concussion to Heal Faster.

A study that monitored outcomes of more than 1,200 college athletes who sustained a mild-traumatic brain injury found that those who engaged in light exercise shortly after their concussion recovered two times faster than their peers who waited more than a week before resuming any form of physical activity.

Sports Medicine, May 2023
Hamstring Issues Common in Chronic Low Back Pain Patients.

Examinations of patients with chronic low back pain revealed an association between hamstring muscle shortness and higher levels of low back-related pain intensity and disability. The findings suggest that the hamstrings should be assessed in patients with chronic low back pain.

Medical Science Monitor, March 2023
Low Back Pain and Future Shoulder Pain in High School Baseball Players.

Examinations of 307 high school basetball players from 43 schools conducted a year apart revealed that athletes with low back pain at the onset of the study were more likely to report shoulder pain at the study’s close. Doctors of chiropractic frequently manage sport-related musculoskeletal disorders in both amateur and professional athletes of all ages.

Journal of Orthopedic Science, March 2023
Hands-On Care for Chronic Low Back Pain.

Myofascial release is a hands-on treatment in which a doctor of chiropractic applies pressure with their hands, elbow, or a tool to stretch the muscles to knead out trigger points or adhesions that may inhibit the ability of the muscles to slide against one another during normal movements. For patients with chronic low back pain, a recent study found that myofascial release is an effective intervention for improving pain and reducing stiffness of the thoracolumbar fascia and erector spinae muscles.

Bioengineering, March 2023
Dance for Better Health.

Aside from serving as a social and fun activity, dancing can provide several health benefits including improved balance, a stronger core, stress relief, and better cardiovascular and cognitive function. However, to reduce the risk for injury, it’s recommended you wear appropriate footwear and clothing, start at low intensity, learn proper technique, stay hydrated, and listen to your body’s signals to let you know when it’s time to take a rest.

Hospital for Special Surgery, June 2023
Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilization and Chronic Low Back.

In a recent experiment, researchers observed that adding dynamic neuromuscular stabilization (DNS) exercise to a treatment plan for chronic low back pain resulted in greater improvements in quality of movement, exercise capacity, functional balance, and quality of life. Doctors of chiropractic often incorporate these types of exercises into a treatment plan for managing chronic low back pain.

Somatosensory & Motor Research, March 2023
Physical Activity Recommendations.

To improve your health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends engaging in at least 150 minutes of moderate-intensity (or 75 minutes of vigorous-intensity) physical activity a week, as well as strength training that targets the major muscle groups twice a week. However, before starting an exercise routine, the CDC recommends consulting with your healthcare provider, especially if you have a chronic medical condition.

Mayo Clinic, June 2023
Opioid Overdose Survivors at Greater Risk for Death in Following Year.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that among a sample of 8,300 patients treated in the emergency room for an opioid overdose, 900 died within the next twelve months, most commonly from subsequent drug overdose.

National Health Statistics Reports, May 2023
Cut Kidney Stone Risk During Hot Weather.

Past research has demonstrated that kidney stones are more likely to form during the summer, especially in warm climates. To reduce the risk for kidney stones, UT Southwestern Medical Center recommends the following: stay hydrated; add lemon or lime juice to water, which helps prevent stone formation; keep sodium intake under 2.3 g a day; and be sure to include calcium-rich foods in the diet.

UT Southwestern Medical Center, June 2023
Wearable Activity Trackers Accelerate Recovery of Hospital Patients.

A systematic review and meta-analysis that included 15 studies and a total of 1,911 hospitalized patients found that those who wore an activity tracker walked more (826 steps) and sat less (36 minutes less), both of which reduced their risk for negative outcomes such as functional decline, frailty, and disability.

JAMA Network Open, June 2023
Spinal Pain Is Common in Basketball Players.

According to a recent systematic review and meta-analysis, nearly half (43%) of amateur and professional basketball players note spinal pain with the neck as the most commonly affected region of the spine. Presently, nearly all professional sports teams in the United States have a chiropractor on staff to help manage musculoskeletal conditions in their players, including neck pain and low back pain.

Healthcare (Basel), April 2023
Neck Pain Is Common in Patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Examinations of 146 rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients revealed that 56% also had neck pain, and these individuals reported lower quality of life scores. Doctors of chiropractic frequently treat patients with RA, modifying techniques dependent on the individual patient.

Moderate Rheumatology, April 2023
Anemia and Lumbar Disk Herniation Risk.

Iron-deficiency anemia develops when the body does not have enough iron to make healthy red blood cells or when red blood cells do not properly function. Among a group of 262 low back pain patients, researchers observed those with anemia were not only more likely to show signs of lumbar disk degeneration but when degeneration was present, it was more advanced.

European Spine Journal, June 2023
Neck and Tension-Type Headaches.

While tension-type headaches are the most common form of headache, their cause is not well understood. In a recent article published in the journal Musculoskeletal Science & Practice, the authors note that tension-type headache patients often have concurrent neck pain, cervical spine sensitivity, limited cervical range of motion, and cervical motor control disturbance. Additionally, palpitation of trigger points in the neck muscles or the joints in the upper cervical spine can reproduce the tension-type headache pain pattern in many patients. The findings suggest tension-type headache patients should undergo cervical spine examination and identified issues should be addressed with hands-on care commonly provided by doctors of chiropractic including manipulative therapy, mobilization, soft tissue work, and neck-specific exercises.

Musculoskeletal Science & Practice, May 2023
High-Intensity Exercise Helps Manage Central Sensitization.

Central sensitization is described as hypersensitivity to stimuli from things that are not usually painful. A recent study found that middle-aged adults with chronic non-specific neck pain who participated in a twelve-week high-intensity exercise intervention experienced a significant reduction in both central sensitization symptoms, as well as perceived stress.

Brazilian Journal of Physical Therapy, April 2023
Exercise Intervention Can Help Prevent Falls.

University of Eastern Finland researchers report that among a group of 914 older women, those who participated in a one-year exercise intervention experienced 14.3% fewer falls overall, 25.6% fewer falls indoors, and a significant reduction in fall-related injuries and fractures than women in a control group who maintained their usual physical activity levels.

Age and Ageing, May 2023
Treatment Combo Benefits Chronic Neck Pain Patients.

For patients with chronic neck pain, a recent study that included 48 patients with chronic neck pain found that the combination of soft tissue mobilization and exercise therapy—a multimodal treatment commonly used by doctors of chiropractic—is an effective intervention for reducing pain intensity and increasing muscle endurance.

Journal of Manual & Manipulative Therapy, June 2023
Loss of Cervical Lordosis Prolongs Headaches.

Examinations of patients with chronic neck pain and headaches revealed that those with abnormal curvature of the cervical spine experienced longer duration headaches than those with normal cervical lordosis. Doctors of chiropractic often use a multimodal approach to improve cervical posture in patients with chronic neck pain and headaches.

Medical Science Monitor, March 2023
Exercises That Benefit Chronic Neck Pain Patients.

Among a group of 45 chronic neck pain patients, researchers observed that those who performed neck and core stabilization exercises experienced greater improvements in pain and posture than participants in a general exercise group. Meanwhile, those assigned to a deep cervical flexor stabilization group exhibited greater neck range of motion and less disability. Depending on the patient’s unique case, doctors of chiropractic may employ one or both types of exercise in a multimodal approach to manage chronic neck pain.

Korean Journal of Pain, April 2023
Upper Cervical Manual Therapy Benefits TMD Patients.

A systematic review and meta-analysis that included eight randomized controlled trials concluded that mobilization and manipulative therapy applied to the upper cervical spine reduces jaw pain and improves maximal mouth opening in patients with temporomandibular disorders (TMD). The finding adds to a growing body of research establishing a connection between TMD and disorders of the cervical spine, of which doctors of chiropractic are well-equipped to manage.

Archives of Rehabilitation Research and Clinical Translation, March 2023
Risk Factors for Poor Whiplash Recovery.

It’s estimated that roughly half of whiplash associated disorders (WAD) patients will experience persistent symptoms for a year or longer. In a recent study, researchers observed that high levels of post-injury distress and fatty infiltration into the neck muscles (a sign of deconditioned muscles) a week following a whiplash event are linked to an elevated risk for neck disability a year later. The findings suggest that encouraging WAD patients to stay active and to assure them they will get better with appropriate treatment (chiropractic care is a great choice) can reduce the risk for long-term disability.

Spine Journal, March 2023
Autism Linked to Higher Rates of Mental and Physical Illness in Old Age.

A pair of studies recently presented at the annual meeting of the International Society for Autism Research revealed that seniors with autism spectrum disorder are at elevated risk for heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), osteoarthritis, anemia, glucose dysregulation, self-harm, loneliness, social isolation, and lower quality of life.

International Society for Autism Research, May 2023
Low-Level Red-Light Therapy May Help Prevent Myopia.

In a recent year-long experiment that included 278 primary school students, researchers observed that those treated twice a day with low-level red-light therapy were 33.4% less likely to become more near sighted.

JAMA Network Open, April 2023
Occupational Chemical Exposure Linked to Pancreatic Cancer.

New research suggests that working for 20 or more years with industrial chemicals such as ethylene oxide, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, rubber dust and fumes, styrene, and metalworking fluids can increase the risk for pancreatic cancer by up to 39%.

Occupational Medicine, April 2023
Fruit and Vegetables Lower Stroke Risk.

A systematic review that included 28 studies concluded that a higher intake of fruit and vegetables is associated with a reduced risk for stroke.

Nutrition and Health, June 2023
High-Salt Diet Linked to Hardened Arteries.

According to an analysis of data concerning more than 10,000 middle-aged adults, each 1,000 mg rise in sodium excretion is associated with a 3-4% increased likelihood for worse results on assessments of arterial health. Study author Dr. Jonas Wuopio adds, “The results show that the more salt people eat, the higher the burden of atherosclerotic plaques in the arteries of the heart and neck. The increase in blood pressure due to a high salt intake seems to be an important underlying mechanism for these findings.”

European Heart Journal Open, March 2023
Lack of Transportation Can Result in Worse Health.

New research suggests that 1.7%-2.8% of Americans experience transportation barriers that can lead to missed appointments, delayed diagnoses, and incomplete follow-up care. Experts note that improving transportation access for these individuals will reduce emergency room usage, as well as improve their long-term survival.

Journal of the National Cancer Institute, April 2023
Tai Chi May Help Prevent Cognitive Decline.

Among a group of 328 older adults with both type 2 diabetes and mild-cognitive impairment, researchers observed that those who participated in a 36-week Tai Chi intervention experienced greater improvement on cognitive assessments than participants in a fitness walking group or a control group that continued their usual activities.

JAMA Network Open, April 2023
Dietary Factors Linked to Most Type 2 Diabetes Diagnoses.

According to a study that looked at nearly three decades of data, an insufficient intake of whole grains and overconsumption of refined rice, wheat, and processed meat may be the primary driver of nearly 70% of new type 2 diabetes cases.

Nature Medicine, April 2023
Running Therapy Benefits Mood Disorder Patients.

Among a group of 141 patients with depression and/or anxiety disorder, those who opted for a running therapy intervention experienced similar mental health outcomes as participants treated with an antidepressant medication. The findings suggest that running therapy may offer a viable alternative for patients with a mood disorder who don’t respond to pharmacological care or desire to avoid it.

Journal of Affective Disorders, May 2023
Manual Therapy Helps COPD Patients Breathe Better.

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a chronic lung disease that makes breathing difficult, and it is a leading cause of death in the United States. A study that included 33 COPD patients found that including muscle energy technique (MET) sessions in a COPD rehabilitation program led to better outcomes with respect to subjective breathing. Doctors of chiropractic are trained in the delivery of MET and other forms of manual therapy.

Journal of Integrative Medicine, March 2023
Tuberculosis Cases Increased in 2022.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that 8,300 cases of tuberculosis (TB) were diagnosed in the United States in 2022, a 5% increase over the prior year. The CDC’s Dr. Philip LoBue adds, “The message is loud and clear — TB is still here. For the second year in a row, TB disease cases in the U.S. have continued to rise, with concerning increases among young children and other groups at increased risk for TB disease… Communities, providers, and public health partners must work together to make sure we are reaching the right people with testing and treatment, so we can prevent and stop the spread of TB.”

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, March 2023
Posture, DISH, and Back Pain.

Diffuse idiopathic skeletal hyperostosis (DISH) is an arthritic condition characterized by the hardening of ligaments and tendons in areas where they attach to the spine. A study that included 51 DISH patients revealed an association between abnormal sagittal (from the side) posture and a greater risk for mid-back and low-back pain. Doctors of chiropractic are trained in the management of back pain in patients with DISH, as well as in treatment to improve spinal alignment and posture.

BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders, December 2022
Build a Fitness Support System.

The American Council on Exercise offers the following tips to build a fitness support system: tell your friends and loved ones about your fitness goals; find an accountability buddy to encourage you and help keep you on track; and connect with others who are also focused on improving their health.

American Council on Exercise, March 2023
Mid-Back Adjustment Can Help Neck Pain Patients.

A meta-analysis of data from five randomized controlled trials found that applying spinal manipulative therapy—the primary form of treatment provided by doctors of chiropractic—to the thoracic spine can improve pain and reduce disability in patients with neck pain.

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, October 2022
Low Vitamin D Status and Asthma Hospitalizations.

Following a review of data concerning 117 children hospitalized for severe asthmatic exacerbations, researchers report that insufficient or deficient vitamin D levels are linked to a nearly three-times increased risk for hospitalization in pediatric asthma patients. The findings suggest that improved vitamin D status in children with asthma may reduce the risk for severe attacks.

Nutricion Hospitalaria, April 2023
Chiropractic Care Benefits a TMD Patient.

In this case report, a 39-year-old woman with temporomandibular disorder (TMD) underwent chiropractic care that included the application of manipulative therapy, soft tissue therapy, and exercises focused on the jaw and surrounding tissues. After four weeks, her TMD symptoms fully resolved. The authors of the case report note that for temporomandibular disorder patients, “chiropractic therapy is emerging as a promising non-invasive treatment option.”

Cureus, March 2023
Breathing Exercises May Hasten Concussion Recovery.

In this study, researchers recruited 30 teenagers with concussion symptoms lasting longer than one month to participate in a breathing exercise intervention with or without aerobic exercise and found that the combination of breathing and aerobic exercise contributed to a speedier recovery.

American Academy of Neurology, April 2023
Make Driving More Comfortable.

According to a recent experiment, a 4 cm lumbar back support, a 10-degree seat cushion angle, and a reclined seatback between 29 and 33 degrees is the optimal configuration for reducing the load on the lumbar spine while driving.

European Spine Journal, February 2023
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