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Swayback (Hyperlordosis)

By Dr. Adam Bezanis D.C. | June 18, 2020 |

Swayback or hyperlordosis is an abnormal excessive front-to-back curvature of the Lumbar Spine and is one of the most common causes of Lower Back Pain. Swayback is fundamentally a postural and developmental problem that develops over a period of time rather than a condition that happens overnight. Hyperlordosis can be caused by anything that causes…

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Piriformis Syndrome

By Dr. Adam Bezanis D.C. | June 18, 2020 |

The Piriformis syndrome is a pressure on the sciatic nerve caused by an enlarged or inflamed piriformis muscle. A painful condition arises if the sciatic nerve is compressed between the Piriformis muscle fibers and the pelvic bones, or if the piriformis muscle is contracted with adhesions due to injury. The pain can radiate from the…

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Muscular Pelvic Pain

By Dr. Adam Bezanis D.C. | June 18, 2020 |

Pelvic pain is often caused by tight muscles in the abdomen, thighs, groin, and buttock’s, as well as muscles of the pelvic floor. Myofascial trigger points are tender areas in these muscles that can refer pain to all structures in the pelvic region, leading to chronic pain syndromes. Trigger Points in specific muscles of the…

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Hip Flexor Strain

By Dr. Adam Bezanis D.C. | June 18, 2020 |

A hip flexor strain is an injury characterized by over stretching or tearing of one or more of the hip flexor muscles, and typically causes pain in the front of the hip or groin; the groups of muscles at the front of the hip are called the hip flexors. The most commonly involved muscle(s) in…

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Upper Crossed Syndrome

By Dr. Adam Bezanis D.C. | June 18, 2020 |

Upper crossed syndrome, also known as “student syndrome” or “corporate syndrome”, is a pattern of tight and weak muscles of the upper body that develops from improper postures. People with this syndrome experience pain or tightness in the upper trapezius muscle (the muscle in between the edge of your shoulder and your neck) neck, base…

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Sacroiliac joint pain

By Dr. Adam Bezanis D.C. | June 18, 2020 |

The Sacroiliac joints are located in the lower area of the back. The sacral bone consists of 5 fused vertebra with the tail bone(coccyx) at the end. The sacroiliac joints are on ether side the sacral bone and join the spine to the pelvis. The function of the SI joints is to allow twisting movements…

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Stress

By Dr. Adam Bezanis D.C. | June 18, 2020 |

Stress is a natural part of everyday life. Weather at work or home, stress can not be avoided, but we need to find ways to reduce or relieve it in order to keep it from physically ruining our life. Daily physical and mental demands or changes in our normal routines can cause stress. There is…

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Nerve Disorders

By Dr. Adam Bezanis D.C. | June 18, 2020 |

Nerves are part of a complex network that begins in the brain and works its way down the spinal column, eventually exiting through more than 60 different locations near the top of the lower back. This complex system can become damaged in the spinal column, as well as other bony structures such as wrists, hip,…

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Failed Back Surgery

By Dr. Adam Bezanis D.C. | June 18, 2020 |

Sometimes patients of back surgery will visit a chiropractor for help if their problems still persist. This is rather unfortunate, seeing as the symptoms the patient is feeling could have been addressed by the chiropractor prior to going through surgery. Common causes of back injury include: Overuse injuries – Injuries that occur due to everyday…

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Knee Pain

By Dr. Adam Bezanis D.C. | June 18, 2020 |

Here are some common causes of knee pain: Arthritis of the Knee – Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis in the knee and is caused by gradual degradation of the cartilage in the joint. Rheumatoid arthritis results in inflammation of the joint and destroy surrounding cartilage. While deformity can lead to arthritis in…

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Please be careful out there.

We treat sports injuries, even the funny ones. 🙂