Are you suffering from Sciatica? Chiropractic can help!
Sciatica can be caused by many different issues. It can be arthritic changes in the spine, a herniated disc, muscle imbalances around the hip, or muscle tightness. It is important to discover what is causing your sciatica and address that issue. That is our approach here at Bourdage Chiropractic.
Sciatica is characterized by pain in the back. This is accompanied by pain, numbness, tingling, or burning that travels down the leg and may even be felt into the feet and toes. The further down your leg it travels, the more severe your case is. It is important to have this checked out and do not wait for the symptoms to get better on their own. The longer you wait, the greater chance your sciatica may become chronic in nature.
Sciatica is the most common condition I treat at Bourdage Chiropractic. We have good success in helping people heal from this oftentimes awful condition.
Please watch the video above, and if you have any questions I’d be more than happy to discuss with you. Give me a call at 773-545-9379.
With all of the talk about coronavirus I thought it would be a good time to write a blog post with 5 tips to improve immune function. We all know we need to wash our hands and avoid sick people, but here are some tips that will help your body fight off not only the coronavirus, but also any other virus or bacteria! Continue reading →
I opened the doors of Bourdage Chiropractic in 2008. My goal has always been to be a place of healing that is different than most health care settings. In this blog post I’d like to tell you why we are different.
Here at Bourdage Chiropractic we see all different types of conditions. One of my favorite conditions to work with is herniated discs. Chiropractic and herniated discs go together like peanut butter and jelly. As soon as you hear, “you have a herniated disc” the first thing you should think about is seeing your chiropractor.
Have you seen videos on YouTube of chiropractic adjustments? Most people have as there are videos out there that have hundreds of thousands of views. If you have never been adjusted, seeing these videos may leave you wondering, Are chiropractic adjustments painful? Continue reading →
Have you ever wondered if chiropractic is safe for seniors? I love this question because the answer is a resounding YES! Chiropractic and seniors go together like peanut butter and jelly….It just works! I love working with seniors and love seeing the results they experience. My oldest patient to date is 104 years old! I have many patients that are in their 80’s and above. Let take a look at some of the benefits that seniors experience from chiropractic care. Continue reading →
Have you ever went into a Doctors office and felt extremely uncomfortable even while just sitting in the waiting room? Maybe you didn’t even get a “Hello” from the staff? It’s really unfortunate but medicine is performed in an environment that is not very healing. Most of the time when you walk in to a doctors office the first words you hear are “I need your ID and insurance card”. The whole process can be very un-nerving. For healing to take place, a connection is needed. Healing is a connection.
At my office we strive and excel at making your experience much different. We are grateful and appreciative you chose our office. I understand that healing comes from trust and confidence in not only your doctor, but in their staff as well. We treat everyone like family.
When you are sick, injured or in pain I understand that is a scary experience. Getting help or relief should be the opposite of scary. It should be warm, welcoming, and relaxed.
If you have not been to our office, or if you have been putting of getting care because you are scared or have had a bad experience in another Doctor’s office, rest assured you will find our office much different. Give me a call at 773-545-9379 and let’s get you back on the road to better health.
Something I hear very often in my office from patients is the statement, “I’m getting old.” When people say this it is in relation to the fact that are injured or having pain and it either came out of nowhere or it started after a very simple movement or activity. When people tell me they are getting old, I call them out on it. “You may be getting older, but you are not getting old” is typically my response. Continue reading →