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Chandler AZ Wellness Chiropractor Dr. Jeff Cottingham Helps Locals Relieve Stress

February 5, 2010

In the hustle and bustle of today’s society, it’s no wonder so many people are turning to prescription pain medications for pain caused by stress, accident or other injury or illness. Unfortunately, most people who begin taking these medications don’t realize that there is a completely natural and safe alternative that can bring you relief. […]

Chandler AZ Chiropractic Expert Helps Locals Alleviate Neck Pain Naturally

February 4, 2010

Are you in dire need of all-natural and safe neck pain relief in the Chandler AZ area? No need to look any further! Dr. Jeff Cottingham provides locals with the best pain relief at a fraction of the cost of medications and surgery. Chandler, AZ, January 10, 2010 ‘ Cottingham Chiropractic Center, leading chiropractic clinic […]

Chandler, Az Chiropractor Provides Safe Back Pain Relief For Residents

January 19, 2010

Back pain can be caused by a variety of different conditions. Most of them involve the bones and discs of the spine being misaligned due to normal wear and tear or sudden trauma. While medical doctors treat the symptoms with drugs that can have unwanted side effects, chiropractic treats the cause of the problem safely […]

Chandler Neck Pain Specialist Helps Community Relieve Pain Without Drugs

January 10, 2010

If you wake up morning after morning in pain or are afflicted with pain on a daily basis, life can be hard. When the time comes that you have had enough of the medical treatments and prescriptions that never really seem to work, it’s time to consider Chandler Chiropractic care. You can get relief from […]

What is Subluxation?

December 12, 2009

1)  Subluxation is a term used in the chiropractic field to describe what happens when one of the vertebrae in your spine moves out of position and creates pressure and stress on the spinal nerves, blood vessels, and surrounding muscles. The word “subluxation” is derived from the Latin words meaning somewhat or slightly (sub) and […]