Breakfast Hill Chiropractic Blog

Rye Chiropractic Office Helps Whiplash

May 15, 2018

Rye Chiropractic Office Helps Whiplash One of the most common injuries that people suffer from after an auto accident in Rye is whiplash. When a chiropractor books an appointment to see a patient after a car accident, it is often to treat the pain that results from a whiplash injury. Find out how our Rye…

Rye Chiropractors Help Range of Motion

May 1, 2018

Rye Chiropractors Help Range of Motion A body in motion is a beautiful thing, but through poor lifestyle choices, injuries, and general aging our range of motion can diminish to the point that we can barely bend over to pick something up off the floor. Everyone seems to take their flexibility and ease of movement…

Rye Chiropractic Clinics Help Joint Inflammation

April 15, 2018

Rye Chiropractic Clinics Help Joint Inflammation The human body has several different types of joints, including ball and socket joints, gliding joints, hinge joints, and saddle joints. Considering the complex mechanisms that go into to making it all work together, it’s little wonder that joint pain is a big issue in society. Rye chiropractors treat…

Rye Chiropractors May Relieve Migraines

April 1, 2018

Rye Chiropractors May Relieve Migraines When a severe migraine headache takes hold, it’s almost as if the rest of the world ceases to exist. The intensity of the pain makes many people lie in a darkened room and do little else. Working or looking after children is out of the question. It’s not even possible…

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How Sitting Can Ruin Your Back

March 22, 2018

How Sitting Can Ruin Your Back Bottom Line: Our bodies are designed to move! Many of us however, are trapped commuting to work or spending long hours at a desk staring at a computer screen. For all of the advantages of the modern world, we have noticed an increase in sedentary tendencies.  Shockingly, this mostly…

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Bad Disc Slowing You Down?

March 19, 2018

Bad Disc Slowing You Down? Bottom Line: Spinal discs play an essential role in your low back, acting as small shock absorbers and giving you the ability to move in many different directions. Your discs are comprised of two major parts- an outer ring of cartilage which provides support and a jelly-like center that facilities…