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More Information on Chiropractic Care in Wesley Chapel, FL

 
 
A well-informed patient is a good patient, which is why we focus on providing the information and resources our patients need. On the blog for Augustine Chiropractic, you can find out about updates on our clinic, new ways to treat common injuries and ailments, at home exercises you can do to reduce pain, and more. Read on to find out how chiropractic care can help to improve your quality of life and promote an overall sense of wellness.
 

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Chiropractic Care and Stamina

The Importance of Spinal Health

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Do you find that sitting or standing all day long at work takes a toll on your back? If so, then chiropractic care can help! Sitting or standing all day can cause stress on the musculoskeletal system, specifically the spine, causing not only back pain, but an overall feeling of discomfort, ...
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Chiropractic Care and Muscle Cramps

How Can I Treat Muscle Cramps?

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Cramping of the muscles can very painful, and it can also lead to restricted movement and overtightening. Muscle cramping can be caused by many issues, such as vitamin deficiency or dehydration, or it can be part of a bigger issue. While drinking more water or taking vitamins can help to reduce ...
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Chiropractic Care and Neck Pain

Can Neck Pain Affect Anyone?

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Neck pain is one of the most common complaints that a Chiropractor hears. Many people will experience some type of neck pain throughout their lives. The neck pain could be so severe that it can affect day to day tasks. Pain can be described as a shooting pain, a dull ache, or a pain that comes ...
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Chiropractic Care and Scoliosis

Scoliosis is a condition where the spine has an abnormal curve.

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Scoliosis is a condition where the spine has an abnormal curve. This curve can present itself in a variety of ways. The lack of a proper spinal curve (when looking at the spine from the side) is considered a form of scoliosis, as is the twisting of the spine in any area. However, the most common ...
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