We get questions from people all over south Florida asking if Rush Chiropractic can heal them after a wreck. Today, we’ll answer some common patient questions about car accidents and how a chiropractor can help you.
Chiropractic care is a non-invasive and non-pharmaceutical approach to treating illness. Our spines house the central nervous system – the network of nerves that controls our bodies. From time to time, the bones in the spine can shift out of place. This puts pressure on nerves. Strain on the nervous system can lead to pain throughout the body and disruptions in many organ functions.
With COVID-19 wreaking havoc around the world, many companies have sent their workers home to prevent the spread of the virus. And those workers are spending eight hours a day or more working in environments that were not designed for it.
Craig has lived in the Pembroke Pines area for the past 25 years. He works as an accountant and loves to play softball at Tanglewood Park with his grandkids.
Lower back pain is one of the most common complaints our patients have. It’s particularly prevalent in those between the ages of 30 and 50 and can be caused by a wide variety of factors.
Lower back pain can have many different causes, and it’s not unusual for this type of pain to be misdiagnosed. It can arise from a sudden injury, or it can come on slowly and linger for years.
After his time in the military ended, Craig was on his own to find a way to treat his back pain. He found Dr. Rush through a Google search and liked the fact that his office was close to where Craig worked in Pembroke Pines. Dr. Rush developed a treatment plan for Craig, and it got results - after a few months of treatment, Craig’s pain was resolved. He thought he could put his days of back pain behind him.
Our patient Priscilla was walking to her car outside the Panera Bread near Pines Boulevard when she sprained her ankle. She didn’t trip on anything—she just put her foot down wrong on the pavement. Her ankle swelled and soon hurt so much it was impossible to walk.