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Posts tagged with: North Hills Pittsburgh Chiropractor

Knee Pain – Injury – Arthritis | Pittsburgh, PA Knee pain may be the result of sudden injury from running or sports, “overuse” injury, or underlying condition, such as arthritis.  Each structure of the knee has a specific function.  If the...
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Fibromyalgia or Fibromylagia Syndrome (FMS) is a catch-all term for people experiencing symptoms such as fatigue, headaches, and pain that are unexplainable using the current medical model.  Dr. LeGault, a North Hills Pittsburgh Chiropractor has helped numerous practice members, some...
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Leg Pain | Pittsburgh, PA | Cycling, Sports, and more Whether you are a fitness enthusiast or a weekend warrior, the activities we love to hate or simply love, stress our bodies.  Let’s focus on cycling, which is a great cardiovascular and...
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Wrist Pain – Numbness – Loss of Grip Strength What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? Carpal tunnel syndrome is pressure on the median nerve — the nerve in the wrist that supplies feeling and movement to parts of the hand. It...
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Upper-Mid-Lower Back Pain – WHY? This question has plagued all of us, including researchers for a long time!  Could low back pain exist be because we’re all inherently lazy, don’t exercise enough, or don’t visit our Pittsburgh Chiropractor? Or maybe...
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Often, patients enter a chiropractic office in extreme pain and as their last resort.  As many Doctors of Chiropractic know, these pain-filled and inflamed patients have waited far too long to seek chiropractic care and as a result, they have introduced  many toxins into their bodies for...
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Leg Length Inequality-Discrepancy:  “It’s kind of a big deal.” LeGault Chiropractic is often concerned with a patient’s leg length inequality (LLI) or discrepancy.  LLI is a direct portrayal of neuromuscular dysfunction exhibited by the body.  The inequality is usually due to a functional imbalance...
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I was reading an issue of Popular Science (November 2010) and came across some interesting numbers: Every year in the United States 1.7 million hospital acquired infections cause 99,000 deaths. Approximately 17% of patients with invasive MRSA infections die. Percentage...
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Exercise and Fitness We’ve  all heard that exercise is good for you. Did you know that it’s as true for  older people as it is for any age group? You’re never too old to get moving,  get stronger and improve...
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