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Kehrig Family Chiropractic
1815 S. Federal Hwy. Boynton Beach, FL 33435
 
 
Dr. Timothy M. Kehrig DC

I'd rather break my arm
I can honestly say, without reservation or fear of someone disagreeing, that a whiplash injury is one of the most painful and most frustrating musculo-skeletal and soft tissue injury a person can receive in an auto accident.


Answers to Pain of Sciatica
The sciatic nerve is created by the gathering of nerves that extend from the spinal cord down through the pelvic bones. The sciatic nerve branches out and controls the organs in the pelvis and everything else from the hips to the toes.


Scientist Found About Back Pain
In the last 20 years, the interest the scientific community has in chiropractic has increased as more and more people have chosen chiropractic care to improve their health. According to an extensive research paper entitled, "Chiropractic in the United States, Training, Practice, and Research" compiled using a grant from the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research (AHCPR); patient satisfaction is bringing people to chiropractic care. The AHCPR investigators realized that as soon as research got underway, studies immediately began to document the major roll chiropractic plays in the care of people with back and neck problems. These studies document high levels of patient satisfaction. Others show that satisfaction in chiropractic for back care is much higher in some aspects than satisfaction in conventional medical treatments.


WHIPLASH-I know what it is now
This is a daily statement being made by new members of the "Whiplash Club." The term "whiplash" is such a common term to the general populace, but only after one has had the unfortunate experience, is the true understanding really felt.



The Function of the Vertebrae