Blog Posts in January, 2017

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  • Living with Neck Pain after an Auto Accident? You Don't Have to.

    Posted By Cobb Pain & Rehab || 25-Jan-2017

    What is Whiplash One of the most common injuries after suffering an automobile accident is whiplash. It occurs when the muscles and ligaments of the neck extend beyond its range of motion, resulting in damage to the soft tissues or bones of the neck. The vertebral column and nerves may also be affected. Some may perceive this as a minor injury, but you should not let it go unevaluated or ...
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  • Is it Safe to Crack Your Back?

    Posted By Cobb Pain & Rehab || 19-Jan-2017

    If you sit at a desk all day, chances are that you have cracked your back before – and that popping sound can be strangely satisfying. While cracking your back may feel like an amazing way stretch your back, is it really safe? Many of us have heard that old wives tale about cracking your knuckles, but does that apply to the back too? The answer: yes and no. What Makes that Cracking Sound? ...
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  • New Year's Resolutions for Pain Management

    Posted By Cobb Pain & Rehab || 9-Jan-2017

    January is officially here and it is a time for creating New Year’s resolutions meant to forge new habits for a better, healthier, or more productive lifestyle. However, if you have chronic pain or were in an accident over the holidays, it is likely that your injuries will play a role in the activities you can perform. However, if you are ready to get your pain under control, the four ...
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  • Did You Have A Traffic Accident? Do Not Stop Seeing the Chiropractor For Fear Of the Cost

    Posted By Cobb Pain & Rehab || 5-Jan-2017

    At Cobb Pain and Rehab, our vast experience treating people who have been injured in traffic accidents allows us to provide the best treatment to our patients in addition to helping them deal with the legal process. After the physical trauma of an accident, it is most often necessary for the victim to be treated in several sessions. However, many people avoid seeing a doctor for fear of having to ...
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