Inflammation is both a warning and a part of the healing process
by Fiaz Jaleel, MD
A term that carries a sense of dread, inflammation in the acute phase of disease and injury is beneficial, and warns the individual that the normal state of health has been altered. However, at the same time, it is part of the normal healing process.
Proper exercises help ease pain, and lessen recovery time
by Kristy Donnelly, D.C.
You may think that a mild-moderate injury and energy slump are reasons to avoid exercise, but it could be exactly what you need. Consult your physician if you have any questions before beginning an exercise routine because depending on your specific cause and intensity of pain, not all exercises are recommended. However, the proper stretches and exercises could help ease your back and neck pain while also increasing your circulation, strengthening your muscles and lessening your recovery time.
With all things considered, all we are is a brain and spinal cord
by Deric D’Agostino, D.C.
“Look well to the spine for the cause of disease.” – Hippocrates
Yep, the same Hippocrates that MD’s worldwide take “the oath” the Hippocratic oath……the original father of modern medicine, the Grand Poobah of health. Even he said look to the spine. Why would he say such a thing? Well, he was kind of a smart Greek guy. But for today we’ll start with the human frame. Try and imagine that with all things considered, all we are is a brain and spinal cord…… THAT’S IT!!!
Absolute Medical Clinic is now Absolute Injury and Pain Physicians!
Absolute Medical Clinic has changed the face of auto injury care and pain management by launching a complete re-brand. As of March 1, 2017, Absolute Medical Clinic will be known as Absolute Injury and Pain Physicians—with a trendy new website—reflecting the institution’s growth into one of the most trust-worthy chiropractic and pain management clinics in the industry. With seven clinics established across Jacksonville, Fernandina Beach, and St. Augustine Florida, the re-brand improves not only the face, but the quality of patient care.