spinal decompression

Ways Non-Surgical Spinal Decompression Will Help After a Car Accident

By Dr. Jason Crist / November 15, 2018 / 0 Comments

After a car accident, victims can be hurt in many ways.  The injuries can show up immediately in the form of pain and swelling, or they can take days or sometimes even weeks to show.  Non-surgical decompression can benefit these common injury patterns and keep them from worsening. Common Injuries After a Car Accident Car…

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Teenage boy talking on phone after his car wreck

Nine Ways a Chiropractor Can Help You After a Car Wreck

By Dr. Jason Crist / November 7, 2018 / 0 Comments

Even if your car wreck was only minor, you can still be left with serious injuries.  Regardless of the severity of the wreck, you should always be evaluated by a medical professional. It’s important to remember that some injuries will not show up immediately and may take days or sometimes even weeks to become apparent. …

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Driver Suffering From Whiplash From Car Accident

Whiplash and Chiropractic

By Dr. Jason Crist / July 26, 2018 / 0 Comments

Whiplash is a commonly used term that covers a wide variety of debilitating injuries involving the neck and back after a trauma.  While whiplash from a car accident is the most common way to sustain whiplash; you can be struck from any angle and at any speed and become injured.  Whiplash can also be caused…

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Your Back Pain: How Spinal Decompression and Chiropractic Adjustments Can Help

By Dr. Jason Crist / July 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

Many people experience low back pain throughout their lives.  In fact, it is currently the number one cause of permanent disability, and the second largest reason given for missed work.  Low back pain is the second most common reason for doctor visits, and the third most common for surgical procedures.  If you have low back…

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man outdoors, holding neck from back and neck pain

Five Benefits of Spinal Decompression

By Dr. Jason Crist / January 22, 2018 / 0 Comments

If you have been plagued with chronic back or neck pain, you know how disrupting it can be to your everyday life. Standing up straight for long periods can hurt; getting comfortable at night can take forever, and simple things like unloading groceries can become extremely painful. If you’re like millions of Americans living with…

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Spinal Decompression, Neuropathy Week

By Dr. Jason Crist / March 4, 2017 / 0 Comments

We are hosting a neuropathy, spinal decompression this week from March 6-10.  Dr. Wright and I recently had an epiphany of sorts.  What was it?  It was that more patients these days are presenting in the office with something called “peripheral neuropathy”. In fact, it seems to be more prevalent today than at any other…

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11 Tips for Improving Your Posture at Work

By Dr. Jason Crist / October 3, 2016 / 0 Comments

80% of the American population will experience back pain or back problems at some point in their lives. At any given time, there are approximately 31 million Americans suffering from low-back pain specifically. With more and more people working long hours at office jobs or having sedentary jobs in general, the issue of chronic back…

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Business woman with back pain sitting in chair in need of decompression therapy

Spinal Decompression Therapy Can Be an Effective Alternative to Back Surgery

By Dr. Jason Crist / September 20, 2016 / 0 Comments

Join us this Pain Awareness Month in learning more about spinal decompression therapy. Crist Chiropractic and Wellness is educating patients, this September, about the benefits of spinal decompression therapy for treatment of sciatica and disc related injuries such as disc degeneration or bulge. Dr. Brendan Wright, of Crist Chiropractic, credits spinal decompression therapy as an effective alternative…

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Heart Attacks, Death, and Stress- How I Overcame

By Dr. Jason Crist / March 1, 2015 / 0 Comments

As I consider myself a pretty private individual this is very difficult opening up my personal life with patients. This email may offend some of you and I want to apologize up front if that is the case. I feel it necessary however to explain why I haven’t been in the office much lately. The last…

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