Virginia Beach Chiropractic Blog

Welcome To Our Chiropractic Blog

We are glad you decided to visit our Virginia Beach Chiropractic Blog! At the ProAdjuster Chiropractic Clinic of Virginia Beach, Dr. Maggio not only wants to serve his patients while they are in our office, but he also wants to serve them while they are at home. One of the easiest ways for us to do that is to update our weekly chiropractic blog.

Dr. Maggio constantly scours the internet for new information that can be helpful for patients to help them with their health goals. Regular chiropractic care is one of the steps you can take to achieve good health. In combination with your chiropractic care, it is important to include regular exercise, good nutrition and stress reduction strategies to your good health plan. We know that, to help you achieve success, you will need some key information. We can give you advice on how to exercise, how to eat, and how to relax. Please use our Virginia Beach Chiropractic Blog for your health education and reading enjoyment.

Some of the key topics we have found the most interesting to our patients are already included in our Virginia Beach Chiropractic Blog. These include information on new medical procedures, stretching and exercises, dietary changes, supplement information and more. As we know, some of our patients prefer chiropractic blogs sent to them in written form. Other patients like the convenient video updates that Dr. Maggio presents, on a weekly basis.

Please feel free to comment on what you like about the videos. Share them with friends, whether on Facebook, or via email. If you have any topics that you would like to see addressed next in our chiropractic blog, feel free to contact Dr. Maggio directly. He will be more than happy to add a blog specifically for you. Thank you for visiting our Virginia Beach Chiropractic Blog!

Our Blog Posts

Neck Pain Treatment

Neck Pain Treatment

Cervical Pain

Your neck is made up of seven vertebrae. They extend from the skull to the top of the torso. In between each vertebrae is a disc. These help to absorb shock. The cervical region also contains ligaments and muscles. These allow support and motion of the head. If any of these have a slight abnormality or inflammation, they can cause neck pain. Many people can experience neck pain or stiffness occasionally. In most cases it is due to poor posture or overuse. In some cases it can be due to injury. Most of the time neck pain can be relieved within a few days. If neck pain continues for more than a week, it is important to seek treatment.

Neck Pain Treatment

Neck Pain Treatment

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Herniated disc symptoms

Herniated Disc Symptoms

Herniated disc symptoms can be very painful. Herniated discs occur when the disc, the soft spot in between the vertebra, ruptures. This can put pressure on the nerve roots. Ultimately, this can cause pain or numbness. Some people may show more herniated disc symptoms than others. Some people may not have any herniated disc symptoms. A herniated disc may occur in any part of the spine. The two most common places a herniated disc may occur is in the cervical (neck) or lumbar (low back) spine.

herniated disc symptoms

Herniated Disc Symptoms

Herniated Disc Symptoms

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Doctor of Chiropractic

Doctor of Chiropractic

What is a Chiropractor: Doctor of Chiropractic?

A Doctor of Chiropractic is a health care professional. Chiropractors focus on neuromuscular disorders. They help patients to feel less pain by realigning the joints of the spine. This can be done through a variety of techniques. Chiropractors help to reduce pain and improve

Doctor of Chiropractic

Doctor of Chiropractic

functional movement. Chiropractors also help to educate their patients on how they can improve their own health. They do this by teaching different stretches and exercises to their patients. In turn, this helps the patients recover faster and help the adjustments to be more effective. A doctor of chiropractic offers alternative methods to treating patients. This means they are able to help relieve pain without the use of pain medication or surgery. Read more