1. The Function and Importance of the Lumbar & Sacral Spine

    We know that the spine serves two basic functions: To support our bodies so that we can stand upright To protect our spinal cord and the nerves that branch out from it We also know that different parts of the spine correlate to different parts of the body based on the types of nerves that stem out f…Read More

  2. The Importance and Function of Your Cervical Spine

    After a long day at the office, you’re really feeling the tension in your neck. It’s tight, sore, and is even radiating pain into your shoulders and arms. How is it that one part of your body can have such an impact on the rest? We recently discussed the function and importance of the nervous sy…Read More

  3. More Than a Spinal Adjustment: Other Joints Chiropractors Can Work On

    If you think a chiropractor is only licensed to make adjustments to your spine, think again! If you’re experiencing any type of joint pain, a chiropractor may be able to help. Check out these other parts of the body that a chiropractor can adjust, and schedule an appointment with Senara today. Sho…Read More

  4. 6 Tips For A Healthy Spine And Better Posture When You Work A Desk Job

    As someone who works a desk job, it’s important that you pay attention to your posture and health of your joints. Sitting at a desk all day can cause muscle strain, headaches, and can put you at a greater risk for injury because your alignment is compromised. Check out the other symptoms you could…Read More

  5. The Importance Of Seeing A Chiropractor When You Work A Desk Job

    If you work a desk job, seeing a chiropractor on a regular basis could help your performance more than you realize. Sitting all day can lead to poor posture, sore joints, and stiff muscles, which, altogether, can lead to more physical and mental health problems. Chiropractors are seeing people even …Read More

  6. What To Do When Purses and Bags Cause Back Pain

    In some cases, back pain has a clear cause. Whiplash from a car accident, taking a hard fall, and other personal injury accidents can all lead to back pain — but not all back pain has such clear causes. Everyday concerns like poor posture can just as easily bring about acute and chronic back pain …Read More