Chiropractors often see patients with ankle sprains, one of the most common musculoskeletal injuries. A sprain occurs when the ankle rolls or twists such that the ligaments are forcibly stretched or torn. As a result, they move outside their normal position and range of motion.
Imagine being unable to reach your favorite book, which sits on a high shelf, without pain. Your rotator cuff connects your upper arm and your shoulder blade. When injured, it’s painful and limits your shoulder’s normal range of motion and your ability to perform some of your daily tasks.
We all know that getting injured is no fun! Fortunately, there are ways to deal with them and reduce pain and inflammation. One such way is the Active Release Technique (ART). Read on if you want to know what it is or how it’s performed!
Shin splints, medically known as Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome, are among the most dangerous conditions an athlete faces. When left untreated and with continued activity, stress fractures could develop. Read more, to learn more!
In this article, we’ll tell you all about what a trigger finger is, what can cause it, and what you can do to remedy it.
The rotator cuff is a commonly injured area, and these injuries can make many routine activities difficult and painful. This article will discuss the main types of rotator cuff injuries, their causes, and symptoms.
Today, we are going to talk about AC sprains. We get this question frequently here at Bergen Chiropractic because they are prevalent injuries, especially among athletes. To understand how to treat AC sprains, let’s take a step back and discuss what an AC sprain is.
De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis is a hand condition that primarily affects those who perform continuous, rapid or repeated motions. It can come on suddenly or develop gradually, starting with pain in the thumb area and progressing to other hand parts. Read More, To Learn More!
Learning exercises for adductor strain and how to heal an adductor strain can help you find relief and prevent this condition. Know more about how we do it at Bergen Chiropractic.
Kinesio taping, sometimes referred to as KT taping, is used by chiropractic care centers worldwide to improve healing and alleviate pain. Learn more about this technique.