Plano Texas Chiropractor – Dr. F. Scott Villines

Plano Texas Chiropractor – Dr. F. Scott Villines


As a Chiropractor in Plano Texas I evaluate and treat many patients with headaches.  This is a short video that shows the physiology behind some headaches and the mechanism of response.  Patients with headaches even if they are chronic in nature respond very well to chiropractic in most instances.

Dr. Scott Villines a Chiropractor in Plano Texas shares information regarding the common injuries often associated with car wrecks. This information can help you to make and informed decision when it comes to your health.  Call our office if you are having pain after an accident to see how we can help.

This video focuses on the difference in neck pain treatments of chiropractic versus traditional medical care. Watch the video and call the office if you have questions or when you are ready to get your health back.

High fructose corn syrup gets a bad rap in most health circles.  Here is another reason that it probably deserves it.  In this story in the Washington Post  recent findings about the mercury content of the sweetener are discussed.

The process of producing this type of sweetener is fairly complicated requiring several chemical processes to get the sweet liquid.  It sounds easy enough, but getting very sweet syrup out of corn is actually quite tricky.

I think we should try to avoid this product when possible; even if it does not contain mercury in the occasional batch.

 

 

Is there a link between physical inactivity and long term musculoskeletal complaints?  A recent large-scale prospective population-based study was designed to investigate the association between self-reported physical exercise at baseline and the prevalence of chronic musculoskeletal complaints.

The results of this study indicate that, physical exercise was associated with lower prevalence of chronic musculoskeletal complaints.   The study is clear to state that the results are not absolutely conclusive, and the results may be an indication of the chronic musculoskeletal complaints limiting the ability to perform physical activity.  Not necessarily the lack of physical activity causing musculoskeletal complaints.

I will go out on a limb and say that in my experience, the more physically active patients are;  the less likely they are to have chronic musculoskeletal problems.  And the ones that do have problems seem to respond better to treatment.

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