Sonnier Chiropratic's Blog

What Exercises Are Best for Neck Pain?..

Date: November 2, 2018 | Time: 7:30am

Neck pain is exactly that, a pain. Whether you slept in a funny position or have been sitting and staring at a computer screen for hours, when neck pain happens it seems to interfere with everything. Not only does it cause discomfort, but neck pain can also lead to headaches and upper back pain. If you are experiencing a crick in your neck, there are a few exercises that you can do for some relief. Keep reading to find out.... <view entire article>

What Is Congenital Torticollis?..

Date: October 19, 2018 | Time: 8:29am

Are you a new mom? Perhaps you are a seasoned parent who is just now learning about congenital torticollis. Congenital torticollis is also known as twisted neck or wryneck. This condition is when an infant holds their head tilted to one side and experiences difficulty turning their head. When an infant has congenital torticollis, their muscle that extends down from the neck is tight and short. In most cases, stretching exercises can be used to help correct the problem.What Causes.... <view entire article>

Spinal Manipulation vs NSAIDs..

Date: October 4, 2018 | Time: 2:36pm

Did you know that lower back pain is the greatest cause of disability worldwide? Or that lower back issues are the second most common reason for doctor visits? Think about the last time your back was hurting and how much it affected your day to day life. For many of us, lower back pain subsides within a few days. Now, imagine dealing with that pain each and every day. It is no wonder people visit the doctor for a quick.... <view entire article>

Low Back Pain: Is it Your Feet?..

Date: September 21, 2018 | Time: 12:44pm

Back pain is definitely a pain. If you are having a tough time determining the root cause of your lower back pain, there's a chance the pain is caused by your feet! You read it right, feet! When you have foot problems, it can affect your entire body. Whether it's your legs, back, neck and even shoulders, your entire body is connected, which is why one issue can seemingly affect another body part that seems completely unrelated. Lower back pain.... <view entire article>