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Dr. Taylor Frederick

Chiropractor

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2 years Experience
Dr. Taylor Frederick
  • Raleigh, North Carolina
  • Cleveland University Kansas-City
  • Accepting new patients

I have sudden severe hip pain. What should I do?

Hello there, sorry to hear you are suffering through this. Let me preface this with I'm not in front of you examining you and these are just recommendations based on what you've READ MORE
Hello there, sorry to hear you are suffering through this. Let me preface this with I'm not in front of you examining you and these are just recommendations based on what you've typed above: I would go to get it checked out by a chiropractor as we are experts at looking into joint dysfunction. If this is indeed an issue with your hips not moving right (which I'm inclined to believe it is since sitting aggravates it) then a chiropractor is the place to go. If you there they should take x-rays to make sure if this is a issue with your hip or somewhere else. I hope this helps.

What can be done for my sciatica?

So, pain shooting down the legs/sciatica, in my opinion, generally comes from pinched nerves in the lower back. I treat people for these symptoms every day. I would recommend going READ MORE
So, pain shooting down the legs/sciatica, in my opinion, generally comes from pinched nerves in the lower back. I treat people for these symptoms every day. I would recommend going and getting assessed by a chiropractor to see what they can do for you. Relief comes at different speeds.

Does scoliosis correct itself?

Typically, scoliosis does not correct itself. It is either caused from joint dysfunction in the spine (90+% of scoliosis) or an anatomical abnormality like a short leg or something READ MORE
Typically, scoliosis does not correct itself. It is either caused from joint dysfunction in the spine (90+% of scoliosis) or an anatomical abnormality like a short leg or something similar (small % of the time). Chiropractors are fantastic at fixing scoliosis, but depending on your daughter's age, it affects how much we can correct it. If she's 10, we'll be able to make more progress than if she's 18, for example. I would get it evaluated by a chiropractor after your primary to get a second opinion.

How does going to a chiropractor for ADHD help?

Definitely! Chiropractic is great for kids. What we treat as chiropractors is stress to the nervous system due to joints not moving like their supposed to. ADHD is a symptom of READ MORE
Definitely! Chiropractic is great for kids. What we treat as chiropractors is stress to the nervous system due to joints not moving like their supposed to. ADHD is a symptom of a stressed nervous system. Lots of kiddos receive chiropractic care for ADHD, asthma, colic, ear infections, and many more things. I would definitely have him checked out.

Will I ever get relief pain from hip pain?

Chiropractors are wonderful at fixing hip pain for depending on the cause. Labor is a lot of stress on the body, so it’d be a good idea to get checked out to find out what’s causing READ MORE
Chiropractors are wonderful at fixing hip pain for depending on the cause. Labor is a lot of stress on the body, so it’d be a good idea to get checked out to find out what’s causing the pain and if it’s something a chiropractor could help with!

My back has become very hunched. Should I see a chiropractor?

A chiropractor should be able to help to some degree with this, but it depends on complicating factors. If there is any arthritis or degenerative changes it could change how dramatic READ MORE
A chiropractor should be able to help to some degree with this, but it depends on complicating factors. If there is any arthritis or degenerative changes it could change how dramatic of results you can expect. I would recommend going to see a chiropractor and they can give you an assessment and let you know how much improvement you can achieve. Hope this helps!

Stinging pain inside the neck

I would definitely recommend going to see a chiropractor to evaluate this further. Having someone evaluate this in-person should be a priority. Having severe neck pain at your READ MORE
I would definitely recommend going to see a chiropractor to evaluate this further. Having someone evaluate this in-person should be a priority. Having severe neck pain at your age should be addressed.

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

Hi there, Sorry to hear about your pain. There are a number of potential solutions, but my first recommendation would be to go and see a doctor if it is bugging you that much. READ MORE
Hi there,

Sorry to hear about your pain. There are a number of potential solutions, but my first recommendation would be to go and see a doctor if it is bugging you that much. I can give general pointers about relieving pain, but since I am not in front of you examining the issue, I can't promise anything.

That being said, if it feels like a cramp/tightness, an easy thing to do would be to try drinking more water and upping your potassium intake. As a chiropractor, one thing I always do with patients who have leg/knee/calf/foot pain is also look to make sure the joints in the pelvis are moving as they are supposed to; dysfunctional pelvic motion changes how all the joints below your hips function. So, I would look into going to see a chiropractor, upping your water intake, and eat/drink your favorite fruit/veggie/etc. with potassium in it.

Hope this helps!

What is myofascial pain syndrome? How is it treated?

Here is my opinion, remember I was not there for the exam nor was I there to review her history or other symptoms. The word Myofascial can be broken down to Myo and Fascia: myo READ MORE
Here is my opinion, remember I was not there for the exam nor was I there to review her history or other symptoms.

The word Myofascial can be broken down to Myo and Fascia: myo referring to muscles and fascia referring to the type of tissue connecting muscles and bones (more of less). Myofascial pain syndrome is a diagnosis referring to pain between those tissues most commonly from overuse of a muscle from repetitive activities. It is not serious as a stand alone issue, in that there are no life threatening complications from this diagnosis on its own; however, it does take some time to fix this as it is a condition that occurs over a long course of time. As far as her treatment, it really depends on the provider. Some would approach this condition with a dietetic approach to reduce general inflammation in the body; some would work on re-education of the overused muscles to reduce inflammation through improved function. Hopefully this helps!