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Doctored: The Documentary Pharmaceuticals Don’t Want You To Watch

The much anticipated documentary ‘Doctored’ hit the theaters last September, where the film premiered in New York City on Sept. 21, at the Village East.  Now being released on dvd/bluray, director Bobby Sheehan and producer Jeff Hays have created a well-researched, enlightening yet concise expose on the inner workings of the American healthcare system.  Unbeknowst to […]

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What You and The Wiggles May Have In Common

In case you were one of the few who have never heard of The Wiggles before, they are a singing and dancing Children’s band from Australia.  Now what would you have in common with a singing and dancing group from Australia, you might ask?  Little beknowst to many viewers, the blue wiggle, otherwise known as […]

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Retired Brigadier General Halstead responds to Time Magazine

In a previous blog post we had highlighted Retired Brigadier General Halstead,  who rose through the ranks to become the first female graduate of West Point promoted to General Officer and the first woman in U.S. history to command combat at the strategic level in the Combat Theater of Iraq.    Her military decorations include the […]

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2012 Year in Review: Chiropractic Fans in the News

What will you most remember from 2012? This was the year a skydiver broke the sound barrier, that Facebook went public, and the captivating U.S. Women’s Gymnastics Team won gold at the 2012 London Olympics.  While we reminisce such an eventful year, let’s review the chiropractic fans that made the headlines and soundbites this year. […]

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Treatment for Tendonitis in Augusta GA

What is Tendonitis? Tendonitis is an injury or irritation of the fibrous, thick tendons that connect muscles to bones. Tendonitis is also called tendinosis because little inflammation is present when the tendon is biopsied.   Who Can Develop Tendonitis? People whose work requires repetitive motion are more likely to develop tendonitis. Examples include various types of […]

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Treatment for IT Band Syndrome (Runner’s Knee) in Augusta, GA

By most estimates, nearly 70 percent of runners will become injured. While many of their injuries will appear minor, they can become more serious over time if not properly treated.   This is one condition that often responds well to chiropractic treatment because of the relationship between the pelvis and the muscles that attach to the […]

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An Advocate for Fibromyalgia Sufferers: Retired Brigadier General Halstead

We are humbled each and every day at Georgia Clinic of Chiropractic (Augusta, GA) to treat our heroes—those who currently serve in the military and those retired.   With men and women who selflessly serve with their lives every day, we need to remember their sacrifices and what we can do to honor and give back to […]

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Chiropractic for Athletes–Just Like Jerome Bettis

Imagine every Sunday for 13 NFL seasons the trauma of playing professional football can have on the spine is equivalent to getting into 25 car accidents per week. The pounding on the gridiron for NFL legend Jerome Bettis has taken a toll on his body. Jerome Bettis is one of the NFL’s greatest players.  The […]

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Seeking Help for Plantar Fasciitis in Augusta GA

Plantar fasciitis is a common condition of the foot that usually causes pain in the underside of the arch and the heel. A number of health care professionals are qualified to diagnose and manage this disorder. Similarities exist in how these professionals may approach an examination for plantar fasciitis; however each professional brings a unique […]

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Chiropractors–UnSung Heroes in the Military

Chiropractic has been known to help people rebound back to work–whether it was a firefighter with a work injury or a teacher with chronic pain.   Take for example, Jerry Rice or Willie McGinest.  During their football careers, they relied heavily on chiropractic to help heal their bodies from all the hard hits and countless tackles.  As chiropractors in Augusta GA, Georgia […]

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Professional Cheerleaders Speak Up About Chiropractic

Football may be demanding and taxing on the body, but cheerleading is no walk in the park either. In fact, even at the local school level, it’s been rated the most dangerous sport for women by the National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury Research.  Cheerleaders today are as competitive as the teams on the playing […]

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Would You Choose Spinal Fusion Surgery if You Had Other Options?

Most people have at least one episode of low back pain at some point in their lives. And many, in fact, experience chronic low back pain.  The kind that makes you more than just wince.  The kind that keeps you up all night.  Every night. If you visit a medical doctor and complain of your back […]

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Fight Flu Without Drugs

Sometimes it seems impossible to avoid the flu—someone sneezes on you in an elevator, your co-worker is blowing his nose beside you, and your kids bring home more germs than homework.  But believe it or not, you can protect yourself from the flu and cold germs floating around out there.  And best of all, you […]

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Chiropractors Were Honored at Ground Zero Ceremony

On November 15, 2002 a ceremony was held onboard the dinner cruise ship, Mystique, in the waters of the East River with New York City’s surreal skyline illuminated in the background. The ceremony included an emotional tribute to the police officers, firefighters and other rescue/relief workers who contributed to the effort on 9-11 and the […]

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Chiropractor also Serves as Head Coach for the USA Olympic Water Polo Team

Dr. Terry Shroeder is the USA’s only four time Olympian in the sport of water polo.  He was named Team Captain in 1981, and his leadership helped the team to consecutive silver medals in 1984 and 1988.  At the Closing Ceremonies of the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, Korea, he was selected to carry the Amercan […]

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Future Chiropractor competes in Miss USA 2011

Chiropractic student Chandra Burnham was recently crowned Miss South Dakota 2011, and was recently seen competing at the 60th anniversary of the Miss USA pageant 2011, held at Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in in Las Vegas. At age 23, Burnham is currently studying to be a Doctor of Chiropractic at Northwestern University of Health […]

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Getting Rid of Those Pesky Headaches in Augusta, GA

WHAT IS A HEADACHE? A headache may arise from muscular tension, vascular changes, sinus congestion, eyestrain and many other underlying causes. They can start over the eyes, in the back of the head, on the sides or top of the head, or feel centered behind the eyes. The one thing all these headaches have in […]

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How Chiropractic Helped Jerry Rice Succeed

Which famous athlete said “Chiropractic care has been instrumental in my life, both on and off the field, and I am excited to share this with the American public”?  It was none other than Jerry Rice, who not only became the most prolific wide receiver in NFL history, but also captivated American audiences with his performances […]

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Effective Treatments for Fibromyalgia

The problem with fibromyalgia is that there are so many symptoms that you feel like a hypochondriac, especially when no one can see any of your pain, brain fog and exhaustion. Your symptoms are mostly invisible to others. Added to this is a tremendous variability of symptoms between one person with fibromyalgia and another. These […]

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