Overland Chiropractic Blogs
Dr. Patterson is a native to Overland Park. He graduated Cum Laude from Cleveland Chiropractic College in 1988. He founded Overland Chiropractic Health Services PA in February of 1988 and has been practicing in Overland Park since. He believes in taking a “whole person” approach to patient care. This means looking for the underlying causes of disease, dysfunction, and pain, as opposed to treating the symptoms.
There is growing evidence that spinal manipulation can increase muscle strength in healthy individuals as well as those with some musculoskeletal and neurological disorders. In this study, the researchers wanted to see if a single spinal manipulation could have a...
Almost everyone is going to experience some type of arthritic pain in their lifetime. I will share 2 things I believe you can do to combat degenerative and arthritic changes. Nutritional Help for Arthritis Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis that...
Are Neck and Low Back Pain Related? Patients with chronic low back pain often ask me if their neck or extremity pain is associated with their chronic low back pain? The answer is often, YES. A January 2021 study published in BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders
Is Your Head on Straight? Neck pain is a common problem. Did you realize that neck pain may be causing problems with your posture and balance? I will share with you a possible cause for this and solutions to help. A recent paper discusses changes in proprioception in...
Supervised vs Home Exercise Alone – Is it Worth the Money? I have changed my mind. I must admit, I have struggled with how much in office exercise to do with patients. Am I just babysitting patients if I do multiple sessions?
Are you feeling stressed? This has past year has difficult for many people. People have experienced changes with their jobs, families, shopping, and lack of interaction with other people. Stress often shows up in our body physically as tight neck and shoulders....
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