They bulge, herniate, degenerate and tear, but they don’t “slip.” Discs, along with the curves of the spine, serve as the “shock absorbers” of your body. Lower back pain may be the result of herniated discs and other disc problems. Separating ea
Many people have a limited view of what chiropractors do – and to an extent, it’s the chiropractor’s fault for not educating enough people about how they can help you throughout your entire life. One example is the case of iliotibial band syn
What most people will never tell you before luring you into the sport of running is that there are a lot of injuries in runners. I see them in my practice all the time! And yes, as a chiropractor, it is possible to rehabilitate them! However, som
In today’s video Dr. Abraham Beaber D.C. CCSP® shares a few tip on how to help with Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome? If you are having issues, please call our office today at (317) 776-1061. We can help you!
Come join us on August 26 at 5:30 PM to 6:30PM for complimentary kinesiotape applications and spinal screenings with Hamilton County Chiropractic. LOCATION Ling’s Oriental Martial Arts 5707 Pebble Village Lane Noblesville, IN 46062 Ling’s Orie
Shin splints doesn’t go away with more running. It gets worse. Thus, the key is simply figuring out a solution for it and not giving up healthy exercise habits. There are two obvious paths to take when you do this: Nutrition Chiropractic N
Shin splints hurts. The lower legs hurt when you walk and especially when you run. Yet the medical profession attributes the condition to growing pains, and in essence they say there’s nothing that can be done about it. Sure, you can take painkil
The iliotibial band is also called the tensor fascia latea, pronounced tense-or fash-shah lah-tah or TFL. It’s a band of fascia or connective tissue that covers other muscles, thus keeping all muscles together inside one bundle of muscle fibers. The i
Hamstring injuries are the most common injury in football players in Australia. Yet, back in 2005, the topic wasn’t covered much in the medical literature about how to prevent this type of injury, how to treat them and how to manage them medically speak
Today Dr. Beaber shares how to use kinesio tape on the lower back.