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South Bay Wellness Center & Chiropractic Blog

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How Can You Tell if You Have Neuropathy?

Neuropathy describes a range of health conditions that involve peripheral nerve damage and the symptoms involved. The different conditions are irreversible, but one can take some steps to prevent neuropathy. There are ways to tell if you have neuropathy. 

Sciatica pain and when to see a chiropractor topic

Sciatica is a painful condition caused by the impingement of the sciatic nerve. The pain normally starts from your lower back and travels through your buttocks, hips, and down each leg.

Spinal Decompression Topic

Back pain related to an injury or condition like sciatica is a serious issue that many people deal with on a daily basis. Finding relief from such a debilitating form of pain is essential in improving your quality of life.

Carpal Tunnel

When the median nerve in the hand is put under too much pressure, carpal tunnel syndrome can result. The passageway in the side of the hand is known as the carpal tunnel. This area has bones and ligaments surrounding it near the palm of your hands.

Auto Injury

Getting involved in an auto accident is not just scary, but brings about a lot of confusion as well. Most often, if it turns out you have no visible injuries, you quickly move on to worry about everything else. Yes, inspect yours and the other person's car, exchange insurance information, call the police, but don't forget to schedule an appointment with a chiropractor. Dr. Ebadat of South Bay Wellness Center & Chiropractic in San Jose is here to tell you why.

Opioid Epidemic

For many chronic pain patients, opioid medications like OxyContin have been the only available form of treatment. It's true that opioids have provided relief to many, but they have also fueled a nationwide addiction crisis.

How Chiropractic Care Can Help Auto Accident Injuries

After an auto accident, it's easy to get caught up in a rush of things to do. You may need to make a police report, contact your auto insurance company, and have urgent injuries taken care of at the local hospital. Despite all of this, there is one other thing you should do: See a chiropractor.