Pain Management in Lincoln, Nebraska

Lincoln, NE Pain Management

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Relieve Muscle Pain and Save in July, Lincoln, Nebraska
Celebrating the new Trigger Point Myotherapy office location at 8540 Executive Woods Drive in Lincoln, NE!   Relieve muscle, neck and back pain  for less. Enjoy the price rollback during the month of July! Save $5.00...read more
Meet Massage Therapist Christine Beckman!, Lincoln, Nebraska
A recent study has found that over 25 million adults in the United States are living with chronic pain. As awareness grows about the dangers of prescription painkillers, many people are seeking alternative forms of treatment for the...read more
Lincoln, NE Pain Management Businesses
Comfort Family Chiropractic, Pain Management, Physical Therapy, Chiropractor, Lincoln, Nebraska
1600 S 70th St, Suite 201
Lincoln, NE 68506
402-484-5166
Comfort Family Chiropractic is a clinic dedicated to providing the Lincoln community with high-quality, natural health care for a wide variety of medical ailments and conditions. They pride themselves on the emphasis they place on the we...
Physical Therapy Center, PC, Pain Management, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapy, Lincoln, Nebraska
600 N. Cotner Blvd Suite 110
Lincoln, NE 68505
(402) 466-7030
Located in central Lincoln, Nebraska, Physical Therapy Center, PC is an outpatient physical therapy practice that provides a wide range of pain relief and rehabilitation services—everything from therapeutic massage to manual therapy—to p...
Holmes Lake Chiropractic, Pain Management, Health & Wellness Centers, Chiropractor, Lincoln, Nebraska
2855 South 70th St Suite 101
Lincoln, NE 68506
4024834409
Holmes Lake Chiropractic is Lincoln, Nebraska’s best chiropractic doctor and back specialist, offering dedicated pain treatment in a soothing, patient-centered environment. Dr. Austin R. Weaver, who runs the practice, emphasizes a combin...
Trigger Point Myotherapy, Massage Therapy, Physical Therapy, Pain Management, Lincoln, Nebraska
8540 Executive Woods Dr., Ste 200 Office 105
Lincoln, NE 68512
404-228-8955
If you’re struggling with recurring pain or headaches, you might be experiencing referred pain caused by an irritated trigger point, which is a spot in the tissue surrounding and within the muscle. Trigger Point Myotherapy in Lincol...
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Top 5 Signs Your Headaches Are Caused by Trigger Points, Lincoln, Nebraska
From allergies to lack of sleep, headaches can be caused by a number of reasons. Often, trigger points are the culprit, and this overlooked cause can be resolved with a treatment cal...read more
5 Conditions That Chiropractic Care Can Help, Lincoln, Nebraska
You probably already know that chiropractic care is a proven solution for treating chronic neck and back pain, but there are many other conditions that this powerful form of holistic...read more
3 Common Chiropractic Treatments, Lincoln, Nebraska
From lower back pain to an aching neck, chiropractic treatments can be used to address a variety of ailments, and a great chiropractor will tailor the treatment to the...read more
Should I See a Chiropractor if I Have Pain Following a Car Accident?, Lincoln, Nebraska
The repercussions of a car accident can be devastating, especially if you sustained serious injuries. Even if you didn’t break any bones, back pain is one symptom that you shouldn’t ...read more
Lincoln’s Physical Therapy Experts Discuss the Importance of Therapeutic Exercise , Lincoln, Nebraska
If you’ve been told you might benefit from therapeutic exercise, you may be wondering how it differs from traditional physical therapy. Physical Therapy Center, PC provides residents...read more
What Is Kinesio Taping?, Lincoln, Nebraska
Kinesio taping is one of the most versatile tools in any physical therapist’s arsenal. If you’ve been watching the Olympics, you might have spotted this colorful tape on several athl...read more
Comfort Family Chiropractic Shares 3 Ways to Fend Off a Headache, Lincoln, Nebraska
Whether you suffer from dull, throbbing headaches or intense, jabbing migraines, no one likes coping with the pain and discomfort headaches bring. Fortunately, Comfort Family Chiropr...read more
Is Physical Therapy After Joint Replacement Necessary?, Lincoln, Nebraska
Do you need physical therapy after joint replacement? Absolutely. Therapeutic exercise is strongly recommended to help ensure that your new hip or knee functions well so you can resu...read more
How to Know if Sciatica Is Causing Your Back Pain, Lincoln, Nebraska
Do you sometimes get mysterious pain in one of your legs, your lower back, or your hips? Do you chalk it up to old age or humid weather? Well, it turns out there may be another reaso...read more
Do You Need Chiropractic Treatment, Massage Therapy, or Both?, Lincoln, Nebraska
When back pain arises, patients often ask whether they need chiropractic treatment or massage therapy. Both treatments are hands-on, all natural, and have the goal of restored wellne...read more
How to an Avoid Athletic Injury as a Weekend Warrior, Lincoln, Nebraska
With work taking up your weekdays, weekends are your time to get out and be active. That kind of weekend warrior routine, however, may be paying a toll on your health. Your body can’...read more
How Long Does Chiropractic Care Take to Produce Results?, Lincoln, Nebraska
When new patients first seek out chiropractic care from Comfort Family Chiropractic in Lincoln, NE, one of their first questions is usually some variation of, “How often will I have ...read more
Signs of a Reputable Physical Therapy Office, Lincoln, Nebraska
After you have surgery, you will often require physical therapy during your rehabilitation. Unfortunately, not every physical therapy office is created equal. Several factors should ...read more
How To Stay Young the 1st 100 Years! , Lincoln, Nebraska
June 16, 2016 6:15PM - June 16, 2016 7:00PM
Important Facts Concerning Aging: •    The average life span today is 77.6 years and growing!! •    Studies reveal that by 2050, 800,000 people will be ...read more
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