Dr. Beau Doubleday is a Chiropractor practicing in Battle Creek, Mi. Dr. Doubleday specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating conditions associated with the neuromusculoskeletal system, while improving each patients functionality and quality of life. Conditions treated include sciatica, neck pain, and arthritis pain, among many others. Dr. Doubleday seeks to reduce pain and discomfort through manipulation and adjustment of the spine.
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Dr. Beau Dustin Doubleday D.C., D.A.C.N.B.'s Expert Contributions
This depends on the intended purpose. Just like a screw. What is a screw for? Well, could be a lot of things. The connect. To hold, to hang, to attach, to create resistance. The manipulation is used for multiple reasons to change the surrounding tisssue and accomplish change in the symptoms. READ MORE
No correlation. READ MORE
Gout Diet is the only way. Exercises will only increase blood flow to the joints causing more pain. READ MORE
Multiple reasons. Get it checked out. READ MORE
Very complicated question without seeing the extend of damage and a more accurate diagnosis it is hard to give you a yes or no. We have come a long way in this area of postural changes causing spinal pain. Posture is non volitionally controlled. You can force an over rodenin the system and voluntarily change it but it won’t be plastic or long lasting. Adjusting it isn’t going to be a long term effects you are looking for but may allieviate the pain experienced with postural changes. See a FNOR doc for help. FNOR.net READ MORE
Why are they weak? Definitely could be a huge risk depending on the type of chiropractor. Will not strengthen them unless the doc has experience in rehab. READ MORE
Probably the only person who can. You cannot take drugs or surgery so... READ MORE
Medial cluneal nerve syndrome is what it sounds like. Obviously diagnosis dependant on more questions and exam. Probably do to sacral fixation or capsule adhesion. Hi get it checked. Should be an easy thing to fix. READ MORE
If it's a bone deformity and the X-ray is a bone film, then no need to further testing. READ MORE
Very slim chance. Not enough to worry about, especially if it was high frequency digital. More like the day you burned by the pool because of no sunscreen is going to cause the issues. READ MORE
This is not normal, you need to have an image done to proprerly diagnosis the cause. Meantime, I would do ice only and rice method rest, ice, compress, and elevate. I would probably take an over the counter anti inflammatory as well. READ MORE
Without examining it, I would imagine it’s probably due to that or if you are in a position of looking down a lot like reading or iPad/ phone. Lie on your back and try sleeping with the pillow starting under your shoulders and should reach the the back of the head. READ MORE
No idea without seeing or palpating it. Lipoma, lymph node, etc... go see your primary care or dermatologist. READ MORE
I’m assuming it's due to a trauma, unless it’s intercostal neuralgia or shingles. READ MORE
Ant. Tib tendinitis is associated with shin splints, so it shouldn’t hurt to stand, and shouldn’t hurt in the foot. I would get an image, could be stress fracture. READ MORE
Too much arch either due to the bed or over tightening of paraspinal muscles. Try a different bed in the house or flip the mattress. READ MORE
Movement disorder, probably cerebellum or basal ganglia disorder. Either way for help, diagnosis or treatment, see a neurologist or board certified chiropractic neurologist. READ MORE
I would hope so or at least send you to where you could get relief. READ MORE
Yes, or they should anyway. READ MORE
Get into an chiropractor that treats extremities, or adjust under anesthesia, or even physical therapy. All have protocols to treat this issue. READ MORE
They can check it out and make the referral. I would recommend a dermatologist. More their scope. READ MORE
Orthopedist for testing. Probably X-rays. Or imaging. If it’s growing it needs to be looked at READ MORE
If it’s in just elbow area and forearm then a cutaneous nerve may have been damaged. If it goes to pinky and ring finger then ulnar nerve entrapment or damage. Peripheral nerves can heal but it’s a very slow process. Nothing to worry about but still need to get it checked to make sure in acute process isn’t occuring. READ MORE
My father is suffering from severe back pain. Can it be treated with manual adjustment of the spine?
I do not know. What are his symptoms, previous diagnosis, etc., he may even be a surgical candidate. Imaging and exam would tell us if it’s a treatable condition. READ MORE
This is strictly dependent on the diagnosis. If this is an acute problem, chronic, multiple episodes, etc... what’s the plan? I’d stick to it. READ MORE
Well “very tight,” is a vague description to respond With any useful advice about manipulation. A/an adjustment/ manipulation cervical spine can have affectiveness to the muscle spindles gain. Or non volutional tension at rest. This possibly decreasing the tightness of your neck. It could also do the opposite. Then the question would be is this change plastic or short lived? I will stop there. However, there are many metabolic disorders, genetic disorders, etc... example would be GAD1 enzyme antibodies causes, ( https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stiff_person_syndrome) or AS (Ankylosing spondylitis). So, make an appointment with someone that is referred to by a trusted source such as another doctor or a few friends. Read reviews and plan on giving health history along with any blood work to help aid in the diagnosis. Imaging is always helpful READ MORE
Cavitation - The synovial joint is a sealed system Which is contained in a vacuum. With the force is put into the tissues the joint the subjected to a negative pressure. A certain level of negative pressure nitrogen will go from liquid form to gas form which is contained in a vacuum. With the force is put into the tissues the joint the subjected to a negative pressure. A certain level of negative pressure nitrogen we’ll go from liquid form do gas form. That is the pop sound you hear. This is also why would a joint pops it takes a while for it to pop again like crack in your knuckles. The nitrogen gas to dissolve back into the fluid as the pressures equalize. READ MORE
Can’t think of a reason why it would, unless there’s an underlying diagnosis that is being treated and not yet fixed. After five years, this shouldn’t be the issue. READ MORE
no READ MORE
Typically, no. I wouldn't worry about it. Different types of scoliosis. Congenital, genetic change to the vertebrae that causes a curve like a hemi-vertebrae. Idiopathic, due to increased muscle tone or decreased, opposite muscle tone on one side of a region of the spine which changes the normal curves. The explanation of this is lengthy and involves pathways of non-volitional control of muscle tone and abnormal somatosensory feedback from that region or that side of the body.. READ MORE
Depends, If the diagnosis is questionable or there are 'red flags' ie.. trauma, pain that wakes you up every night.......They should always be taken. If the exam is inconclusive and the history of pain is vague then again more testing should be routine. I believe in trusting your gut. We have caught many things on xray that warranted referral first. READ MORE
This is a loaded question because pain has a complicated and multiple pathways. It can even be affected by the state of the mood (depression, fear.. etc) in at the time of injury! Thats from research articles not my own theory. Muscle pain or Nociception, can be shortly inhibited by activation C-fibers for a short time will inhibit the type 4 nociceptors. so will a tens unit. Cupping, cross tissue massage, Graston Technique, Active release technique, etc are designed to help repair muscle tissue faster after injury. Manipulation to keep joints mobile and joint fluids hydrated due to lack of blood vessel all improve time of healing. In short, a Chiropractor is taught how to improve the quality of muscle tissue and healing. This should improve the pain both directly and indirectly. READ MORE
It could benefit and it could be more damaging. This again is hard to give a straight forward answer. really depends on the doctor. I would find a Diplomate of the American Neurology Board for this type of care. ACNB.org and locate the doctors in your area. this is a NCCA accredidation and nationally recognized. 300 Credit hours and passing boards will get you the degree. most of the profession does not have as hard requirements.. READ MORE
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