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Welcome to Aspinwall Chiropractic Clinic

Aspinwall Chiropractic Clinic
 
302 S. Greenwood Street Lagrange, GA 30240
 
James R. Aspinwall, D.C. & L. Keith Aspinwall, D.C. 
 
Certified Rehab of Georgia
Kevin Baerwalde, P.T.

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Tennis Elbow Pain Anyone
Whether you are competing against yourself or on a team, competitive athletes want the ability to "give it all you've got." You want to play up to your natural talent; and frustration occurs when injury disables you, especially one that keeps coming back.

Tennis Elbow is just such an injury. Tennis Elbow ("elbow tendonitis" or "epicondylitis") is inflammation where a tendon attaches one of the forearm muscles to the bone of the upper arm. Symptoms of Tennis Elbow include inflammation, elbow pain and wrist weakness. Tennis Elbow is diagnosed in players of all racquet sports and in carpenters, electricians, skiers, bowlers and golfers.



Chronic Pain (Technical)
Does your daily routine include adjusting to some sort of nagging pain? You are given one life to live. Why would you want to spend it in pain? Chances are, if you do not do something about it, it will get worse. Especially if it is a degenerative condition, do not "let it go." It will obviously get harder to repair the more it degenerates. Here are some facts about chronic pain and what you can do about it.


Are You Locked Out of a Healthy Spine
Have you ever gotten up one morning, tried to stretch, and felt like some part of your back or neck was just "stuck"?

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Have you ever leaned over to pick something up, stretched toward the item and your body just "stopped" before you completed the reach?

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You're in your swing playing tennis or golf, or going up for a layup on one side of the basket and your body just "quits" or "catches"?

It is sometimes easy to tell when it's time for a chiropractic visit. That "stuckness" that you feel may be a locked out vertebra. Bones in your spine may have, by injury, result of bad habit, or even genetic weakness, managed to move out of normal position. This effects normal body balance and function. This spinal fixation can create pain and muscle spasm, direct and indirect effects on the nervous system, and inflammation.




Baby Talk is Talking Chiropractic
In a recent issue of Baby Talk magazine, an article entitled, "It's Only Natural", discussed a recent gathering of 300 pediatricians in Tucson, Arizona. The speakers included, Stephen Straus, M.D., head of the National Institutes of Health's National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine and Andrew Weil, M.D., director of the program in integrative medicine at the
University of Arizona College of Medicine. The article stated that pediatricians are becoming aware that patients' parents are less and less eager to turn to drugs when treating childrens' illnesses. The pediatricians were looking at options for "times, such as with colic or recurrent ear infection, when standard treatments don't hold all the answers". This is an excerpt on the portion of the article dealing with chiropractic and children's health:

"How does it work?" "Chiropractors trace many of the body's health problems to misalignments of the spinal column, which press on the nerves leading to various parts of the body. But, chiropractors who work with infants don't apply the same force that's used with adults..."




The Structure from the Hip to the Foot