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Dr. John W. Jung, DC PHD FIAMA

Chiropractor

Dr. John W. Jung DC PHD FIAMA is a top Chiropractor in Arlington Heights, . With a passion for the field and an unwavering commitment to their specialty, Dr. John W. Jung DC PHD FIAMA is an expert in changing the lives of their patients for the better. Through their designated cause and expertise in the field, Dr. John W. Jung DC PHD FIAMA is a prime example of a true leader in healthcare. As a leader and expert in their field, Dr. John W. Jung DC PHD FIAMA is passionate about enhancing patient quality of life. They embody the values of communication, safety, and trust when dealing directly with patients. In Arlington Heights, IL, Dr. John W. Jung DC PHD FIAMA is a true asset to their field and dedicated to the profession of medicine.
Dr. John W. Jung, DC PHD FIAMA
Specializes in:
  • Chiropractic Adjustment
  • Arlington Heights, IL
  • Accepting new patients

Tinnitus and chiropractic care? Really?

https://www.dizziness-and-balance.com/disorders/hearing/tinnitus/cervical%20tinnitus.html

What is the difference between an osteopathic physician and chiropractor?

DO's combine the best of medicine with chiropractic like techniques. However, finding a DO that does spinal manipulations as fluently as a chiropractor may be difficult, since READ MORE
DO's combine the best of medicine with chiropractic like techniques. However, finding a DO that does spinal manipulations as fluently as a chiropractor may be difficult, since it is a secondary technique, whereas DC's use it most frequently, since it is their primary method.

Does scoliosis correct itself?

It will not correct itself. Start with orthotics to hold the pelvic balance. Then you need to focus on the postural muscles that are imbalanced side to side, top to bottom. Since READ MORE
It will not correct itself. Start with orthotics to hold the pelvic balance. Then you need to focus on the postural muscles that are imbalanced side to side, top to bottom. Since these are unconscious muscles, often body weighting procedures like the Pettibon method are quite useful.

I've been experiencing weird hip pain for 2 days. Could it be due to weight gain?

Weight gain will cause core muscles to fatigue, thus altering pelvic alignment. Doing planks and other core stabilizer muscles form You tube videos may help. If over 2 weeks, consult READ MORE
Weight gain will cause core muscles to fatigue, thus altering pelvic alignment. Doing planks and other core stabilizer muscles form You tube videos may help. If over 2 weeks, consult chiropractor that can do sacro-iliac maneuvers to fix, and offer nutritional advice. Weight gain can also be a cause of inflammation, thyroid or pancreatic issues. Get your blood checked and an ANA blood panel to be sure.

Will I ever get relief pain from hip pain?

Typically, the pelvic ligaments get stretched out. This creates a sacro iliac disruption, which can be helped with in 10 treatments. This video explains more.... https://www.spine-health.com/video/piriformis-syndrome-video READ MORE
Typically, the pelvic ligaments get stretched out. This creates a sacro iliac disruption, which can be helped with in 10 treatments. This video explains more.... https://www.spine-health.com/video/piriformis-syndrome-video

I have several bulging discs in my spine. Should I be treated by a chiropractor or have surgery?

Surgery always results in scar tissue. this causes further immobiilty, and you will need continual surgeries about every 5-7 years, because the other joints will work harder to READ MORE
Surgery always results in scar tissue. this causes further immobiilty, and you will need continual surgeries about every 5-7 years, because the other joints will work harder to compensate. So make sure your gluts and hips are stretched, as that is half the back motion. This will lessen the stress on the discs. Inversion tables will be helpful as well. Athlean X has great videos on you tube for free.

What is causing my random back pain?

Only motion X-rays, or views in extension and flexion can answer this. Even if you have a disc problem, as most people do, this is NOT the most common cause. Also, run an ANA arthritis READ MORE
Only motion X-rays, or views in extension and flexion can answer this. Even if you have a disc problem, as most people do, this is NOT the most common cause. Also, run an ANA arthritis profile.

Do chiropractic adjustments help with chronic lower back pain?

Like many other modern medical practices, the chiropractic profession emphasizes the use of evidence-based methods that have been shown to be safe and effective. With satisfaction READ MORE
Like many other modern medical practices, the chiropractic profession emphasizes the use of evidence-based methods that have been shown to be safe and effective. With satisfaction rating higher than medical treatment.

An article in the journal *Physical Therapy* is instructive. "Many interventions used by physical therapists in the management of patients with low back pain (LBP) lack evidence supporting their effectiveness. For example, interventions such as thermal modalities, electrical stimulation, and biofeedback have not been studied sufficiently, whereas interventions
such as transcutaneous nerve stimulation, mechanical traction, and ultrasound have been studied and found to be ineffective... *Spinal manipulation is one intervention for LBP that is supported by evidence."*

I am having pain in my calf muscles. What is the treatment recommended to get relief?

Often, Adrenal mineral corticoid deficiency. Increasing either iron, magnesium, or potassium helps. Blood tests for those minerals and a 4x-a-day salivary cortisol level available. READ MORE
Often, Adrenal mineral corticoid deficiency. Increasing either iron, magnesium, or potassium helps. Blood tests for those minerals and a 4x-a-day salivary cortisol level available. Less likely is sciatica or pyriformis syndrome.

Dr. John Jung, DC, FIAMA