Meniere’s Disease is a debilitating condition that can cause significant discomfort and disruption in a person’s life. It’s a constellation of symptoms that affect a miner’s sense of balance and overall well-being. Understanding the top three symptoms can help identify if someone might be suffering from this condition. What is Meniere’s Disease? Meniere’s Disease is… Continue reading 3 Red Flags: Symptoms of Meniere’s Disease
Have you ever experienced dizziness, migraines, or ringing in the ears; went to a doctor; and taken an MRI. An MRI, or Magnetic Resonance Imaging, is a tool for creating detailed images of the brain. However, it can sometimes miss certain aspects when diagnosing a concussion. Concussions primarily affect the function and connectivity of brain… Continue reading The Secret to Finding What MRIs Can Miss: 3D Imaging
Resolving Chronic Lower Back Pain: Addressing the Root Cause at Revive Clinic
Chronic lower back pain can be an extremely frustrating and debilitating condition that can affect many individuals. Upper Cervical care in Cranberry Twp. Did you that rebalancing the weight of the head and the shoulders can help alleviate lower back pain? Chronic lower back pain can be an extremely frustrating and debilitating condition that affects… Continue reading Resolving Chronic Lower Back Pain: Addressing the Root Cause at Revive Clinic
Unlock your body’s natural healing potential with upper cervical chiropractic! 🌟 Did you know that the safety pin cycle technique is gaining popularity among practitioners? Addressing misalignments in the upper cervical spine can help alleviate a wide range of symptoms and promote overall wellness & healing. Whether you’re struggling with chronic pain, or headaches, or… Continue reading Discover the Safety Pin Cycle: Unlock Healing Potential
Have you ever experienced brain fog? Have you ever had that feeling of confusion and forgetfulness that can make it hard to think straight or remember things clearly? Brain fog isn’t an official diagnosis, but it’s a very real sensation that many people experience. Sometimes, brain fog can come as trouble finding the right words… Continue reading What is Brain Fog? What is it? Will it Go Away?
Let’s dive into the question, “What does fibromyalgia feel like?” It’s a complicated diagnosis with a variety of symptoms that can be difficult to pin down. But when you break down the word “fibromyalgia.” It becomes clear that it’s a pain in every fiber of your being. For some, the pain comes in the form… Continue reading What Does Fibromyalgia Feel Like?
What if there was a way not just to help the migraine and neck pain but get to the ROOT CAUSE of the migraine headaches!! Just a few examples of why it is important to take care of the spine. While various treatments are available to address these issues, one approach that has shown promise… Continue reading Migraine Headaches are NO Fun!!
How do concussions get diagnosed? What are some common misconceptions about diagnosing concussions? What kinds of tests do healthcare professionals typically use to evaluate concussions? What is the ImPACT test, and how does it assess cognitive function after a concussion? From Dr. Savage, we learn how post-concussion syndrome can often result from an underlying neck… Continue reading How Do Concussions Get Diagnosed? #ImPACT
How do you treat post-concussion syndrome naturally? Why is it important to consider an underlying neck injury when treating post-concussion syndrome? How do the top two bones of the neck affect communication and fluid flow to and from the brain? What is an upper cervical chiropractor, and how do they treat post-concussion syndrome? From Dr.… Continue reading How Do You Treat Post-Concussion Syndrome Naturally?
If you’ve ever been in a car accident, you know how scary it can be. Sometimes people “walk away” with no injuries and feel fine. However, after days, weeks, and months go by, sometimes the symptoms slowly start to creep in. Whiplash is a common injury that occurs during car accidents, and it is caused… Continue reading The Aftermath of Whiplash: Understand the Delayed Symptoms