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Natural Headache Treatment with Chiropractic Care

Written By Allen County Chiropractic Wellness Center on June 26, 2020

Headaches are incredibly common within the United States. Up to 80 percent of adults experience episodic tension headaches, and 12 percent of the U.S. population experiences migraine headaches. There are several types of headaches, and the severity of a headache... Read More


The Benefits of Acupuncture for Smoking Cessation and Weight Loss

Written By Allen County Chiropractic Wellness Center on May 27, 2020

Almost 3.5 million Americans receive acupuncture services each year. This popular medical procedure has been the subject of numerous studies within the medical community.  Acupuncture involves the insertion of small needles into points of your skin that stimulate connective tissues, nerves,... Read More


Nutrition and Viruses: Virus Prevention and How to Quicken Recovery

Written By Allen County Chiropractic Wellness Center on April 27, 2020

Cold, flu, and sinus season is here. The CDC estimates between 9 and 45 million cases of influenza each year. While the flu may not be the type of virus that everyone’s talking about, you can protect yourself from all... Read More


3 Good Reasons You Need Nutritional Counseling

Written By Allen County Chiropractic Wellness Center on February 14, 2020

Despite the nutritional benefits of fruits, vegetables, and other fresh foods, Americans aren’t consuming enough of them in their daily diet. One of the main reasons for this is the lack of sufficient information about nutritional diets. Nutritional counseling analyzes your... Read More


Get the Benefits of Combining Massage Therapy with Chiropractic Care

Written By Allen County Chiropractic Wellness Center on January 16, 2020

You don't have to choose between massage therapy and chiropractic care.  Both therapies are effective in relieving pain, improving mobility, and increasing overall health in their own ways. When used together, these therapies extend the health benefits of each treatment, offering... Read More


Find Quick Relief During Cold and Flu Season with Chiropractic Care

Written By Allen County Chiropractic Wellness Center on December 16, 2019

November to March is cold and flu season. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 1 out of 5 Americans contracts the flu each year. However, the flu (also known as influenza) and the common cold share many... Read More


5 Signs You Have a Bulging Disc 

Written By Allen County Chiropractic Wellness Center on November 6, 2019

Bulging discs are often the result of wear and tear on the spine. The condition often begins without noticeable symptoms until it starts to compress nearby nerves.  Here are five signs of a bulging disc:  If the damaged disc is in the... Read More


Can Chiropractors Offer Headache Treatment? 

Written By Allen County Chiropractic Wellness Center on October 4, 2019

Headaches are a common complaint. According to the American Chiropractic Association, nine out of 10 people experience headaches at one time or another. While the cause of headaches varies, many headache sufferers find relief in chiropractic treatments.  Dr. Monique Levesque-Hartle and... Read More


5 Myths about Acupuncture 

Written By Allen County Chiropractic Wellness Center on September 6, 2019

Although traditional Chinese medicine has used acupuncture for centuries, it is new to Western medicine. This leads to questions about the treatment – as well as plenty of misinformation.  Dr. Shannon Nierman, who is a licensed acupuncturist and practicing chiropractor for... Read More


Do You Need Sports Injury Treatment in Fort Wayne? We Can Help!

Written By Allen County Chiropractic Wellness Center on July 12, 2019

Whether you’re hitting the links at Brookwood or swinging a baseball bat for the TinCaps, as an athlete of any kind, you’re always putting your musculoskeletal system at risk for injury. Fortunately for Fort Wayne residents, sports injury treatment at Allen... Read More


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