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Golf is a Non-Contact Sport, isn't it?

Written By Dr. Burt on March 4, 2016

A View From the Doctor By: Doctor L. Bert Williams Champions Chiropractic Center Golf is almost a religion to those afflicted with the desire to tee up. It’s meant to be fun, but most golfers experience aches and pains that can... Read More


Lower Crossed Syndrome

Written By Champions Chiropractic Center, LLC on November 14, 2012

Lower crossed syndrome or LCS is caused by poor posture and muscular imbalances that develop over time pushing the pelvis forward causing a sway back or hyperlordosis.  As the pelvis travels forward an increased amount of stress is placed on... Read More


Upper Crossed Syndome

Written By Champions Chiropractic Center, LLC on September 24, 2012

Upper crossed syndrome or UCS is caused by poor posture and muscular imbalances that develop over time pushing the head and neck forward away from the gravitational weight line.  Most often UCS is seen in the elderly, but can also... Read More


Chiropractic Care and Leadership at 2012 Olympics and Competitive Athletic Events Enhances Individual and Team Performance

Written By Champions Chiropractic Center, LLC on September 8, 2012

The presence of chiropractic care and the leadership role of Doctors of Chiropractic (D.C.s) at major national and international competitive events - including the Olympic and Paralympic Games — are the result of positive outcomes in optimizing athletic performance: endurance,... Read More


Spinal Decompression

Written By Champions Chiropractic Center, LLC on March 16, 2012

Spinal decompression therapy is a non-surgical technique used to treat back pain, particularly pain that is due to disc injuries in the lower back and neck. Our DTS equipment is used to apply force to various areas on the spine... Read More


Chiropractic Releives Neck Pain

Written By Champions Chiropractic Center, LLC on January 6, 2012

A new study shows that chiropractic manipulations are the best at releiving neck pain and tension.  This study is featured in the Wall Street Journal.  The link is below. If you or your family members have neck pain or discomfort, give us... Read More


Spasmodic Torticollis

Written By Champions Chiropractic Center, LLC on December 9, 2011

Spasmodic torticollis is described as muscles spasms of the neck causing flexion (forward bend) and rotation of the cervical spine.  This condition can be congenital (you are born with it) or acquired. It is thought that the congenital portion of this... Read More


Spondylolysis

Written By Champions Chiropractic Center, LLC on December 2, 2011

Spondylolysis: Is a condition when one vertebral body slides forward in relation to the spinal segment immediately below it.  This action occurs due to a fatigue fracture that occurs through a section of the spine called the pars interarticularis.  The... Read More


Lateral Epicondylitis a.k.a. Tennis Elbow

Written By Champions Chiropractic Center, LLC on November 11, 2011

Lateral epicondylitis, also known as, “Tennis elbow” can cause a tremendous amount of pain of the elbow. It is usually due to over utilization of the extensor group of muscles on the forearm. Activities that usually cause this condition: Tennis/racquetball... Read More


Iiliotibial Band Syndrome

Written By Champions Chiropractic Center, LLC on November 4, 2011

Iliotibial band syndrome or IT Band syndrome is tendonitis of the IT band causing pain along the lateral aspect of the knee. This is usually caused by the irregular rubbing of the IT band on the outside portion of the... Read More


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