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Small changes you can make to feel better (& why!)

Summer’s over & I feel my cold weather frump coming on. This year, I’m not going to let it take over! This year, I’m going to make some small changes Read More

Back pain from the ground up (or "Are your feet causing low back pain?")

Low back pain is a drag. If you’re suffering with low back pain, whether it presents as a dull ache, sharp stabby pain, or the occasional lightning strike across the backside Read More

Sugar, Sugar, Everywhere!

I know what you're thinking. "What does sugar have to do with chiropractic care?" Technically, nothing, but at Gulph Mills Chiropractic Center, we care for our patients with a "whole Read More

How a Chiropractor Can Help Relieve Your Nagging Hip Pain

If you’ve had hip pain, you know there’s not much you can do yourself to alleviate the pain. The good news is that chiropractic can help you naturally heal and Read More

The Drop Table: It Sounds Sinister, but It has Honorable Intentions!

When you walk into Gulph Mills Chiropractic for the first time, you are likely to hear some banging, slamming, and crashing from the adjusting area. It’s okay – don’t run Read More

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Avoiding Needles & a Scalpel

Numbness, pain, and tingling in your arm or hand can mean you are feeling the effects of the dreaded Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Before your brain immediately plummets to thinking about Read More

Auto Accidents are the Worst - How Chiropractic can Help!

I know, I know. Chiropractic and car accidents – it’s a cliché. But there’s actually a good reason for that: chiropractic works … especially for correcting injuries from a car Read More

Should you crack your own back?

So many people figure they don’t need a chiropractor because they can “crack” their own back. That is true, but you could also fill your own cavities – it doesn’t Read More

Anxiety, Depression, and How Chiropractic Can Help!

If you’re looking for a holistic way to lessen anxiety symptoms, chiropractic may be the answer. Chiropractic care is a mind-body approach to health; improve the body to improve the Read More

Four Types of Headaches and What You Can Do About Them

Wait, there are four different types of headaches?! Who knew! I just know that when my head hurts, I want it to stop. I’ll bet you’re the same way. I Read More

Do I have a pinched nerve?

First, let's start with the basics: what is a pinched nerve?  According to the Mayo Clinic: "A pinched nerve occurs when too much pressure is applied to a nerve by surrounding Read More

Spinal Stenosis (sounds terrifying, right?): What Is It and Do I Have It?

Hello, my Chiropractic researching friends! Thanks for checking out Gulph Mills Chiropractic's blog. Before you panic about Spinal Stenosis, let's figure out what it is and how it presents. I Read More

ADHD in the Coronavirus Era

As Coronavirus continues to plague the world, Schooling at home is challenging, even if your child is participating in a hybrid school approach. If your child struggles with an attention Read More

Posture Tips to Keep Pain Away While Working from Home

With most of the world now working from home, Dr. Roger thought maybe we should help y'all figure out how to remain pain free after your adjustment! Check out this Read More

20 (Overlooked) Benefits of Chiropractic

When most people think of Chiropractic, they assume patients go to alleviate back pain. That’s a fair assessment, but there’s so much more that Chiropractic can do for you!  This Read More

Sciatica: A Real Pain in the …

Have you ever felt a debilitating pain shoot down your leg? Even if only happened once, you’d remember. Chances are that even if it only happened once, you’re susceptible to Read More

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