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My Body Hurts After That Car Accident

Thursday, April 10th, 2014

What happens to your body in a car accident?Driver and Problems

Just by looking at the picture, it is astounding to see all the areas that a car accident can injure.  Most people will look and say something like, “Now I know why my ______ hurts after that accident.  I didn’t think anything of it.”  This could be years later.

Our goal in presenting this information to you, is so that you don’t look back and see how that accident has changed your life.  It is easier to correct a problem in the beginning than later on.  This is a call to action article. …Continue Reading

TMJD From A Car Accident – Examine The Head and Neck

Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

This is the transcript for the video…

Hi, I’m Dr. Robert Moore at Awesome Chiropractic and I want to talk with you today about how a whiplash accident or car accident has a negative effect on the temporomandibular joint. If you suffer from TMJD or TMD (temporomandibular disorder), this might be some information that would help you understand why you have a problem. The American Association for Dental Research said that in order to really diagnose temporomandibular joint dysfunction or any oral/facial pain syndrome, it’s very important to have a thorough history and examination of the head and the neck. …Continue Reading

Headaches Could Keep You From Enjoying This Moment

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

Brighton chiropractor headaches and lifestyleThousands of moments happen to us in our lifetime. If you suffer from headaches, you reduce that number. Sometimes it is significant. Just think of all the times you told someone that you couldn’t do things with them because you felt horrible. That doesn’t have to happen.

You have a choice, keep doing what isn’t working or make some changes. …Continue Reading

Slip And Fall: Bigger Than You Think

Saturday, December 21st, 2013

Brighton Hartland Chiropractor slip and fallA slip on the sidewalk, in the winter, is a SMALL thing. It happens to millions. A fall off a ladder, in summer, is a SMALL thing. This happens to millions.

The slip or fall has the potential to misalign a bone in the spine called a subluxation. That specific subluxation is a small thing. The subluxation produces pressure upon the brain stem, with its trillions of nerve fibers. That pressure is a SMALL thing. This specific pressure produces interferences and reduces flow over the nerves. That decreased flow is a SMALL thing. That decreased quantity flow of nerve supply produces a specific dis-eased brain or body. THAT is a BIG thing to THAT person. …Continue Reading

Natural Relief For TMJD Pain

Wednesday, December 11th, 2013

If chewing hurts or you have severe jaw pain, it could be related to more than just your teeth.

Brighton Chiropractic TMJ Healthy TipsWhat is TMJD?

Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJD or TMD) is the most common reason for jaw pain other than dental reasons, like a toothache. TMJD involves pain affecting the muscles used for chewing. TMJD sufferers will experience severe jaw pain. People with this type of disorder may also experience tightening and restricted motion of these muscles and find it difficult to move their jaw.

Often times people will notice a clicking sound when they chew, or the pain can mimic the feelings of tooth pain. If left unchecked TMJ can cause headaches, ringing in the ears and dizziness. …Continue Reading

Ten Healthy Habits That Healthy People Do

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013

Imagine waking up tomorrow feeling better than you ever felt. What would you do better that day? How would that make you feel? How would your family feel? What would you accomplish?

I took this list from an article I read recently: Rich Parenting vs. Poverty Parenting by Thomas C. Corley, and I changed it to fit a healthy persons habits.Brighton Chiropractic Healthy Tips

Here Are Ten Healthy Habits That Healthy People Do To Make Their Life Better: …Continue Reading

Proper Head Restraint Positioning for Safety In A Car Accident

Friday, November 8th, 2013

If you or a loved one has ever been in a rear impact car accident, then you may know the importance of proper head restraint placement.  A properly aligned head restraint can help minimize the severe damage caused by a rear end collision.  Here is the transcript for the video. …Continue Reading

Leaky Gut and IBS, Wake Up Your Brain

Wednesday, November 6th, 2013

Brighton Chiropractor Leaky GutLeaky Gut? Irritable Bowel Syndrome? Your Brain doesn’t know what’s going on. So, let’s wake up the brain!

If your gut is healthy, most likely you’re in good health Some say that the gut is the gateway to health. However, there’s a condition called leaky gut and Irritable Bowel Syndrome that says your brain isn’t getting all the information it needs. …Continue Reading

Fight The Flu With A Strong Immune System

Monday, November 4th, 2013

Brighton Chiropractor strong immunityAs we approach “flu season” in Brighton Michigan, people want to know what to do to boost their immune system naturally. Here at Awesome Chiropractic, we believe that a healthy body is the best way to fight “flu season”.

Your body is an incredible complex of systems all working together. And your immune system is interactive, totally integrated, and constantly communicating with the other systems of your body. How those systems communicate plays a part in producing your current state of health. …Continue Reading

10 Awesome results that happened in our first year helping people

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

Front Desk 320 x 215One year ago, Awesome Chiropractic brought over 20 years of Upper Cervical Spinal Care expertise, to the Brighton, Hartland, Howell and Milford area.  It has been an amazing year.  There have been some pretty awesome things that happened.  Here are just 10 of a very long list…

  1. People have gone back to living life the way they want to, without limitations
  2. Several people with Meniere’s Disease are doing much better
  3. Children with scoliosis are getting their spines in alignment …Continue Reading