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.
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....
How to rotate around your hips while keeping your back straight The MAIN reasons people need to know how to rotate around their hips: Protect the low back by minimizing disc pressures Improve the effectiveness of certain exercises TWO Tips for keeping your back...
Does Giant Disc Herniation and Severe Pain Require Surgery? If you have leg pain resulting from a large disc herniation, there is good news. Conservative, non-surgical care will likely still help you. Over the years, I have frequently had people tell me that they or...
Pelvic Tilt – The First KEY in Home Care of Back and Leg Pain How many times have you heard someone say, “Hold your core tight”? This terminology is thrown around all the time as if everyone knows how to do it. I consistently find that patients do not understand how...
For people with low back and leg pain, sitting can be annoying at the least and excruciatingly painful at its worst. This is especially true if you are suffering with a disc herniation or disc protrusion. If this sound like you, keep reading. I will share with you 3...
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