1. How To Describe Your Back Pain

    Chiropractic care can be a valuable tool to provide back pain relief for a wide range of ailments, and you are most likely to receive the diagnosis and treatment that you need if you know how to discuss your back pain with your chiropractor. In today’s post, we’ll go over some underlying causes of back pain before providing you with the language to help you explain your unique ailments. Read o…Read More

  2. How Poor Posture Can Cause Upper Back Pain

    Although it is less common than lower back pain or neck pain, many people will suffer from upper back pain at some point in their life. In fact, a study in Occupational Medicine found that roughly 1 in 10 men and twice as many women will experience upper back pain. The upper back describes the area between the bottom of the ribcage and the base of the neck, between which are 12 bones that make up …Read More

  3. How To Find The Best Office Chairs For Back Pain

    Do you suffer from back pain? You are not alone. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, back pain is one of the most common medical problems in the United States — roughly 80% of Americans will experience lower back pain at some point in their life. However, just because it’s a common problem doesn’t mean you have to suffer through it. Chiropractic care can…Read More

  4. What’s the Best Sleeping Position for Your Back?

    Have you ever woken up feeling achy, stiff, and sore? Do you have a hard time falling asleep at night? Are you suffering from inexplicable lower back pain? Your sleeping position could be to blame. Although many people simply assume the position that feels most comfortable and don’t spend much time thinking about it, your sleeping position can affect everything from the quality of your sleep to …Read More

  5. Back Pain? A Chiropractor Can Help

    Back pain can come on suddenly or slowly develop and worsen over the course of days or even weeks. While there are many activities that cause or exacerbate back pain, sometimes it may seem like the discomfort came on for seemingly no reason. If your back hurts and you aren’t sure what to do, call Moramarco Chiropractic in Woburn. A chiropractor has a number of ways to help your back feel better …Read More

  6. Chiropractors Can Help With Work-Related Injuries

    If you have been hurt at work, you have a lot to deal with. In addition to filling out a lot of paperwork and worrying about whether or not you can continue to do your job to the best of your abilities, you also have to take care of yourself by following your doctor’s orders and maybe even undergoing physical therapy. If you have been doing everything you can to feel better but you are not seein…Read More

  7. Infrared Sauna for Wellness at Moramarco Chiropractic Office

    As part of our commitment to wellness, Moramarco Chiropractic is introducing infrared sauna for our patients, as well as the Boston community at large, so more people can have the  opportunity to experience the potential health benefits of infrared sauna. Infrared sauna differs from traditional dry sauna in that it utilizes infrared light waves to heat the body. The air temperature inside an infr…Read More

  8. What You Need to Know About Scoliosis

    In the human body, the spine usually runs straight down the middle. Those who have scoliosis, however, have a backbone that curves to the side. If you think it sounds painful, it is. People with scoliosis tend to lean a bit or have shoulders or hips that appear uneven. So what causes the condition and what can you do to lessen the pain? Keep reading to learn more. Causes of Scoliosis Doctors are u…Read More

  9. Should You Use Ice or Heat to Treat Pain?

    When patients present to Moramarco Chiropractic Office with injuries, they often ask how they can continue self-care at home and whether they should use ice or heat to treat pain. There is a lot of confusion about when to use cold vs. hot therapy in treating common injuries, so we provided a basic guideline below. Please note that this is general advice, and patients can contact us at 781-938-8558…Read More

  10. Snow Shoveling Tips to Prevent Back Injury

    Snow is just around the corner. Are you ready? Woburn receives an average of nearly 55 inches of snowfall per year. Compare that to the average U.S. city, which receives less than half that amount at 26 inches. It’s safe to say we’re in for another year of shoveling on a regular basis. You may not realize it, but poor shoveling techniques can have quite the impact on your back. Keep reading to…Read More