New research that you will find interesting.

  If you are having back pain and you consult a surgeon you are 42.7% likely to have surgery.  If you are having back pain and you consult a chiropractor you are 1.5% likely to have surgery.  Let that sink in for a minute.  That means chiropractors fix 98.5% of their patients without the need…

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Veterans Week Special at Hall Chiropractic & Wellness

 

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Laser Fast Pain Relief at Hall Chiropractic in Meridian, Ms

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BackPack Buddies for Kids at Hall Chiropractic & Wellness

Call 601-483-2500 for details.

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No feeling in his fingertips.

Peyton Manning has no feeling in his fingertips after having three surgeries to repair. http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2015/08/24/broncos-qb-peyton-mannings-drops-surprise-admission-about-crazy-condition-hes-been-dealing-with-since-2011/ This is an article from last year informing us about how well the second and third surgery went. http://sinicropispine.com/history-peyton-mannings-neck-surgeries/   It would be a different story if there weren’t any other way to fix these problems. But there is another…

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Whiplash is REAL, as seen on MRI

This one study, published in the journal Radiology, has a wealth of information concerning one of the most common spinal injuries that I have observed and treated for over 20 years now. Early in my practice of Chiropractic, I would frequently observe osteophytes, usually called bone spurs, on the front aspect of the 5th and…

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Easy ways to lose the devil…I mean sugar.

OK so sugar is not the devil, but it is so so so bad for you that it may as well be. So read through, pick two or three that you can work with and give it a try. Click the link below to read the post. http://www.lifehack.org/283031/12-easy-ways-consume-less-sugar

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Narcotics or Tylenol, which is more dangerous?

It gets interesting when the manufacturers of narcotics start attacking Tylenol for being dangerous!  This is a rough breakdown.  Acetaminophen (Tylenol) kills about 300 people each year, but it is responsible for about 40,000 liver transplants.  Narcotics kill about 30,000 people each year which makes them much more dangerous.  BUT a real and often overlooked…

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Narcotics during pregnancy?

Shocking.  28% of pregnant women were written prescriptions for narcotic pain killers.  The authors also explain the “substantial” financial impact – every $1 spent on short-acting opioid pain relievers is associated with $50 spent on care for infants suffering from drug withdrawal. The national health care expenditure is estimated to be $270 million a year…

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Eating out can increase blood pressure

The Call Dr. Hall Daily is out.  New research says eating out increases your risk of high blood pressure.  I’m in trouble. https://paper.li/DrJackHall/1406155462

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