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Chiropractic Care An Excellent, Non-Invasive Method of Managing Scoliosis

Written By Dr. Jay Brodwyn & Associates on May 20, 2021

Scoliosis affects an estimated six to nine million people in the United States. It can develop in infancy or early childhood, but primary between ages 10-15. Scoliosis is a lifelong disease that can worsen over time, unless you take preventative... Read More


Understanding What Causes Sciatica

Written By Dr. Jay Brodwyn & Associates on April 20, 2021

Sciatica is caused by compression or irritation of one or more of the five sets of nerve roots in the lower back. It’s not a condition so much as it is a collection of painful symptoms. They usually stem from... Read More


Could You Benefit from Chiropractic Care for Stress Reduction?

Written By Dr. Jay Brodwyn & Associates on March 15, 2021

Stress is a normal part of everyday life, and you probably experience some form of stress—whether due to work, family, or school—every day. While the occasional stressed-out moment is perfectly normal, chronic stress is cause for concern. In the long-term, stress... Read More


5 Signs You Have a Bulging Disc

Written By Dr. Jay Brodwyn & Associates on February 15, 2021

The spine consists of vertebrae stacked on top of one another with gel-like discs between them. These discs have a tough outer shell and a softer, jelly-like interior. When the outer shell is damaged, the jelly-like inside protrudes, resulting in... Read More


Headaches and Neck Strain from a Stressful Year? Consult a Chiropractor for Relief

Written By Dr. Jay Brodwyn & Associates on January 13, 2021

Neck pain and headaches are widespread - some 15% of American adults report experiencing neck pain, while headaches are the most common reason people visit a doctor. Stress from long periods of isolation can exacerbate both conditions, leaving you unable... Read More


5 Essential Tips for Home Office Ergonomics

Written By Dr. Jay Brodwyn & Associates on November 9, 2020

Working from home has been the new normal because of COVID-19. You need to make your home office a place that improves your work posture and promotes your health and well-being. Unsafe and unhealthy work environments and practices can lead to... Read More


Back to School Preparations During COVID-19

Written By Dr. Jay Brodwyn & Associates on October 8, 2020

As Columbus area schools are gearing up for the opening of classrooms this month, teachers, parents, and students will need to adjust and adapt given the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.  Going back to school can be stressful for both parents and children,... Read More


Fighting COVID-19 Together: How to Wear a Face Mask Properly

Written By Dr. Jay Brodwyn & Associates on September 8, 2020

Person to person spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) disease occurs when infected people transfer the virus through respiratory droplets when they talk, raise their voice, cough, or sneeze. People nearby can inhale these droplets that can land in their mouths... Read More


Chiropractic for Kids: Summertime Injury Care and Prevention

Written By Dr. Jay Brodwyn & Associates on June 16, 2020

Are your kids looking forward to the summer months?    It’s hard not to, with all the fun activities they can do during summer, like swimming, surfing, biking, and hiking.  Unfortunately, kids are a bit more carefree than adults, making them more susceptible... Read More


Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy – What’s the Difference?

Written By West Georgia Regenerative Medicine on May 15, 2020

People often use the terms physical therapy and occupational therapy interchangeably.  However, these two specialties focus on treating different types of patients. Learn how these two modalities differ and who can benefit from receiving these forms of therapy from their Columbus,... Read More


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