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Dr. Alex Hernandez
Life Chiropractic 8325 Kennedy Blvd North Bergen, NJ 07047
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ASTHMA Oh God, Help Me Breathe!!
Asthma may best be described as a frantic struggle to breathe. If you've ever seen anyone desperately fighting for breath during an asthma attack, you know how serious and frightening it really is.


CHIROPRACTIC AND WOMEN - A GOOD COMBINATION?
Women are just as active, play and work just as hard and experience the same stresses and strains on their bodies as do men. All of the successes reported by men concerning Chiropractic Care are equally true of women, if not more so.


When Music Causes Pain
Except for hard rock played at ear-splitting volume, it is hard to imagine music causing pain. Well, it is hard for the music listener to imagine pain, but ask a musician and you may get a different, fairly specific answer.


Car Accident, Neck & Back Pain Years Later
With current legislation mandating the use of seat belts, an increased number of neck and back injuries have been reported when seat belts are used. While these injuries may be less significant than in unrestricted accidents, health care providers must address these potentially lifelong problems and not dismiss them as merely "Whiplash". Many cases of tension headache and Cervical Migraine may be the result of a neck injury that may have been forgotten or simply dismissed as trivial by the patient-according to a study published in Spine. In the article, Dr. MacNab reviewed 266 cases and found at least 45% continued to have symptoms 2 years following the settlement of court actions. Most people that are involved in "minor" rear-end collisions do not realize the potential for injury to the spine. If pain does not immediately ensue, the incident may be forgotten.



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