Got Back Pain? Should you see a Chiropractor or Just Take Drugs? Inquiring Minds Want to Know The typical go-to for most people who suffer from back pain is medication. Whether that is Over-the-Counter (OTC) NSAID’s (Non-steroidal Anti-Inflammatories) like Tylenol, Robax, Advil, Motrin, etc, or prescription meds like Benzodiazepine and even Opioids. Sounds pretty easy…
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In this Post, Dr. Gord McMorland helps you understand what a disc herniation is and how it can contribute to back pain and sciatica.
In this blog post by Dr. Gord McMorland, he explains the secret to getting your Glutes Firing!
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Do you suffer back pain? Its possible that your hips are contributing to your back pain. In this blog post Dr. Gord McMorland shows you two simple test to help you determine if your hips are contributing to your back pain.
In this blog post, Dr. Gord McMorland discusses the two things you can do to prevent your back pain and sciatica getting worse when sitting and driving.
In this Blog Post, Dr. Gord McMorland discusses the new research about which back pain exercises are most effective for relieving back pain and how our new Drop-In Spine Boot Camp Classes can help you!
In this blog post article Dr. Gord McMorland discusses if chiropractic care is risky for those suffering herniated discs and sciatica issues.