Category Archives: Chronic Pain

Chiropractic, Chronic Pain | Jun 8, 2016

Don’t Let Chronic Pain Stop You From Enjoying Summer Time In College Park

After a long, cold winter, it can feel terrific to lace up your running shoes or hop on a bike and hit the road. Unfortunately, as we ramp up our activities in the summer, pain can arise and stop us in our tracks. The repetitive pounding that comes from high-impact activities, such as tennis or […]

Chronic Pain | Dec 9, 2016

Reduce Personal Stress In Order To Avoid Chronic Neck Pain

Stress and tension can naturally accumulate within your body over time. Whether stress appears in the form of a headache or develops into muscle tension, your mental health has a direct impact on your body.

Chronic Pain | Dec 26, 2016

Why It’s Always Better To Treat Chronic Pain Naturally

Natural pain relief solutions provided by the Chiropractors at AICA College Park help you heal your injuries without resorting to invasive procedures like surgery. When it comes to addressing chronic pain, it is always healthier to rely on natural pain solutions like Chiropractic care.

Chiropractic, Chronic Pain | Feb 28, 2017

Choose College Park Chiropractic Care For Stress Reduction

Stress is a constant factor in the modern world. Especially in our society, where we work longer hours than ever before, and the media is constantly overwhelming our senses with the latest trending story, it’s easy to understand why so many people suffer from chronic stress and anxiety.

Chronic Pain, General Chiropractic | Apr 30, 2017

How To Make The Most Out of Your Chiropractic Treatment In College Park

When people experience pain, whether it is in the neck or lower back, seeking help from one of our College Park Chiropractors is an effective and popular solution.

Chronic Pain | Jul 3, 2017

College Park Chiropractic Treats Ankle, Hip, and Knee Pain

Our College Park chiropractors treat patients every day for pain that derives from their lower extremities or ankles, hips, and knees. Before deciding to follow through with invasive surgery or a lifetime supply of prescription medications, consider contacting AICA College Park for treatment.

Chronic Pain, General Chiropractic, Health and Wellness | Jul 11, 2017

Chiropractic Tips For A Pain-Free Workday

Working in a profession that has you sitting down for hours at a time, several days a week is a sure way to develop a chronic condition like back pain. The reality of careers that force you to sit in front of a computer monitor or behind the wheel of a vehicle is that static […]

Back Pain, Chronic Pain, General Chiropractic, Health and Wellness | Jul 18, 2017

How To Prevent Back Pain and How Chiropractic Can Help If It Already Exists

Each person throughout College Park will experience back pain at some point in their life. Once back pain arises, the chances of it recurring increases significantly. It’s no wonder that billions of dollars are invested each year in chronic back pain relief and treatment! One question to ask is, “Is this investment supporting the right […]

Chronic Pain | Jul 23, 2018

Why More People In College Park Choose Chiropractic For Pain Relief

As more people seek natural alternatives to invasive procedures and pharmaceuticals to treat their pain, chiropractic care is growing in popularity.

Chronic Pain | Sep 10, 2018

Therapeutic Massage and Chiropractic Treatment For Chronic Pain

Although chiropractors are able to treat a variety of skeletal and muscular issues, massage therapy has grown as an important companion to chiropractic care. From stress and pain relief to improved circulation the benefits of massage therapy helps enhance the healing process and you feel good overall. Everyone deserves a one hour vacation, right?

Chronic Pain | Nov 19, 2018

Chiropractic Treatment For Complex Regional Pain Syndrome

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) is difficult for those afflicted to endure. It comes with aggressive pain, swelling, stiffness, and discoloration. The pain experienced with this condition is often disproportionate to the original injury and can start in one area of the body and spread, affecting nearly one third of its victims with widespread pain.