Leg pain is a very common ailment yet the cause of it is rarely the leg itself, with the source of the pain usually centered around the lower back. This is because the nerves from the spinal region branch out to the legs, ankle and feet and any damage here has a reciprocal effect on […]
Dr. Thad Diehl at State College, PA has had the right training at Palmer College of Chiropractic. His expertise in functional nutrition and adjusting capability make him the best choice in Pennsylvania. The use of hands and gentle adjusting tools allows for a smooth adjustment. Also functional medicine can help you hold adjustments longer while […]
People with stenosis often feel pain relief when they are leaning forward; this is because forward bending increases the size of the nerve’s pathway in the spine. Sponsylolisthesis occurs when a vertebra of the spine falls forward over another vertebrae.