Dealing With Postpartum Sciatic Pain? What Are Your Treatment Options?

If you developed sciatic nerve pain during your pregnancy, you're not alone -- many moms-to-be start to experience a stabbing or burning sensation as the growing baby presses painfully on these nerve fibers. While most pregnancy-induced sciatica resolves itself after you give birth, in some situations you may find yourself dealing with severe back pain and stiffness even months after your child's birth. What are your best treatment options for postpartum sciatic pain? [Read More]

How Pediatric Asthma Can Lead To Body Pain

If your child has been diagnosed with pediatric asthma, consider family chiropractic services to help improve your little one's symptoms. While you probably know that asthma can cause wheezing, increased sputum production, shortness of breath, and coughing, you may be surprised to learn that it can also lead to muscle and bone pain. Natural methods of relieving body aches can complement the efficacy of your child's asthma treatment plan in relieving symptoms and restoring comfort. [Read More]

3 Non-Surgical Treatments For Palmar Hyperhidrosis

Palmar hyperhidrosis is a condition characterized by excessively sweaty palms. While everyone's palms get sweaty sometimes, people with this condition experience profuse sweating that gets in the way of their normal activities. The excessive sweat can even make it hard to pick up objects. Many non-surgical treatments are available to get this excessive sweat under control; here are three non-surgical treatments that your doctor may recommend. Antiperspirants Antiperspirants are the main topical treatments for excessive sweating of the palms. [Read More]

Three Ways To Find The Best Home-Caregiver Match For You And Your Family

If you're searching for a home caregiver for a family member, you have to do more than just call and set up times for people to come by. When you arrange for in-home care, you have to take the caregivers' lives into account as well as possible mismatches in terms of what each person is expecting. These three actions and considerations will help you find a caregiver -- or more than one caregiver -- who will be the best match. [Read More]