Greetings to All:
As the school year winds down and the weather warms up, we will all be more active outdoors. Here is a simple, safe exercise to help improve low back strength and stability.
The side plank.
What our patients are saying:
“I posted a question on Facebook asking for suggestions for a chiropractor. Overwhelmingly, Dr. McGee was the doctor I was told to see. Dr. McGee and the staff have been super friendly and helpful… my back and neck feel better. Dr. McGee called me the evening after my 1st appointment to check on me. That has never happened before!”
“The staff at McGee chiropractic are friendly and genuinely concerned about your overall health. Keeping my neck and spine adjusted is critical for maintaining regular movement without pain.”
Manipulative Therapy as good as medication for Low Back Pain
Two groups of patients with low back pain (LBP) were studied: one group was treated with osteopathic manipulative treatment (OMT) only. The second group was treated with OMT after 3 months of pharmacologic therapy. Both groups showed a significant decrease in back pain. The authors conclude that the similar results between the 2 groups may indicate the lack of need for medication for the treatment of low back pain.
Read the study here.
Covid-19 virus alters Human Genes
An explanation for the long term symptoms seen in some Covid-19 patients is emerging. Researchers have found that the virus appears to alter the gene expression in the cells of the lungs as well as the cells that control the body’s inflammatory response.
A reminder to NC State Employees Heath Plan members: Copay reduction
Copays for NCSHP members are now $26 or $36 for chiropractic care effective this year. These new rates reflect a 50% reduction from previous copay rates.
We are listed as a Clear Pricing Project (CPP) provider. Call us for details.