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A Multi-Tier Approach to Elbow Pain

Written By OptiLux Wellness Center on December 9, 2019

Pain in the elbow can come about through overuse, sports injury or repetitive motion. For some types of elbow pain, alternating heat with cold – along with over-the-counter pain medication – does the trick. For others, however, chronic elbow pain... Read More

5 Signs You May Have Whiplash After a Car Accident

Written By OptiLux Wellness Center on November 8, 2019

Also known as a “soft tissue injury,” whiplash is a common occurrence in the aftermath of a serious auto accident. This type of neck strain can also occur any time the head is abruptly jolted forward and backward, or vice... Read More

A Multi-Tier Approach to Shoulder Pain

Written By OptiLux Wellness Center on October 9, 2019

Shoulder pain treatment should be equal parts restorative, long-lasting, and sustainable. In other words, the treatment for chronic pain must not only quickly relieve discomfort, but it should provide lasting relief without reliance on risky painkillers or unnatural quick fixes.  At... Read More

A Multi-Tier Approach to Knee Pain Treatment

Written By OptiLux Wellness Center on September 9, 2019

Innovative stem-cell therapies to promote the body’s own regenerative power. At OptiLux Wellness, our approach to knee pain involves much more than traditional chiropractic manipulation or compression. Stem cell therapies, including PRP treatment, are increasingly useful to patients experiencing acute or chronic... Read More

How Can Chiropractic Treatment Help Tech Neck?

Written By OptiLux Wellness Center on August 9, 2019

Traditional chiropractic techniques for a modern-day ailment. Tech neck: it’s a real thing – and we (as chiropractors) are not laughing out loud. Did you know that as many as one-quarter of all adults in the U.S. admit to being online “almost... Read More

Using Chiropractic for Lower Back Pain Treatments

Written By OptiLux Wellness Center on July 9, 2019

A non-invasive and all-natural approach to chronic pain. Low back pain can occur for a variety of reasons, including; misalignment, spinal injury, or neuropathy. Also, your lower back can ache due to irritation not even related to the area – a... Read More

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