Get Back Your Life with Opioid Addiction Treatment

Made from either the poppy plant or synthesized in a laboratory, opioids are a broad group of pain-relieving drugs that help to alleviate pain by interacting with the opioid receptors in your cells. When these types of medications or illegal drugs travel through your blood, they attach to the opioid receptors in your brain cells, causing the cells to release... read more »

Advanced Spine and Rehab: Care You Can Trust to Treat Your Migraine Symptoms

Did you know that there are many different subtypes of migraines and, therefore, the way you experience a migraine may be quite a bit different from how it is experienced by someone else? Here is a look at some of the different migraine subtypes that have been identified: Abdominal Migraine: Affects the belly rather than the head and may result... read more »

Migraines Following a Car Accident

If you have been involved in a car accident and you have suddenly found yourself starting to suffer from migraines, it is possible that your condition is a side effect from the injuries that you sustained during your car accident. But what are the different types of migraines and how do you know if this what you are suffering from?... read more »

Opioid Addiction: A Deadly Condition That May Be Helped with Suboxone Treatment

Sometimes simply referred to as “narcotics,” opioids are a type of drug that includes the illegal drug known as heroin as well as a number of prescription pain relievers. Some of these include tramadol, fentanyl, oxycodone and hydrocodone. While some are made from the opium plant, others are man-made synthetic drugs. Regardless of home the opioid is made or manufactured,... read more »

Advanced Spine & Rehab: Combining the Best of Two Worlds

One unfortunate reality of our healthcare practices in the United States is that many treat traditional Western medical practices and chiropractic care as two separate entities. In other words, they are frequently viewed as an “either/or” choice, when the reality is that both forms of medicine can and should work hand-in-hand toward helping you to achieve your health goals.  Western... read more »

Exploring Common Head Injuries from Car Accidents

When you are involved in a car accident, head injuries are a common occurrence. While head injuries can come in a variety of forms, here is a look at the types of head injuries that are most commonly associated with car accidents. Concussion A form of traumatic brain injury, or TBI, a concussion occurs when your brain strikes the inside... read more »

Recognizing Signs of Opioid Addiction

Are you concerned that you or a loved one may be suffering from opioid addiction? If so, you are not alone. In fact, opioid addiction is a serious problem in the United States, with around 50,000 people dying from opioid-related issues in 2019 alone.  What are Opioids? Opioids are a classification of drugs that can include both illegal drugs, such... read more »

3 Tips for Proper Back Health Management

Did you know that sitting for long periods of time with poor pasture can have long-term negative effects on your back? Fortunately, there are several steps that you can take to help keep your back pain-free and in proper working order. And, of course, you also have the experts here at Advanced Spine & Rehab to help address any back... read more »

Concussions and Car Accidents: What You Should Know

When involved in car accident, a concussion is one of the injuries that you may sustain. But, what is a concussion and how is this medical condition treated? What is a Concussion? A concussion is a type of traumatic brain injury. Coming from a Latin word that translates to mean, “to shake violently,” a concussion is generally caused by a... read more »

5 Simple Steps You Can Take to Help in the Opioid Crisis Battle

According to data from 2018, 128 people died every day in the United states due to opioid overdosing. Unfortunately, the problem with opioids continues to get worse, creating a serious national crisis in the United States that affects not only public health, but the social and economic welfare of the country as a whole. Given the serious negative effects that... read more »