It’s called a “hot” disc for a reason. Disc herniations cause a tremendous amount of inflammation that can irritate nearby nerves and cause pain. But, did you know that inflammation is actually…a good thing? Find out more.
I know most people think that chiropractors only work on the spine but we have a vast knowledge in helping with all areas of the body.
Along with adjustments, here are my top 4 exercises to help correct the underlying problem of cracking, creeking and pain being the knee cap!
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Corey Idrogo DC
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