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  • Chronic Pain...cause or effect?
    Chronic (long term, persistent) pain can come in many forms.  Sometimes, it is due to arthritis or other disease condition; other times, it is due to a less specific condition. Read more
  • Kinesiology Tape...an appropriate Treatment Choice?
    Kinesiology Tape...an appropriate Treatment Choice? Kinesiology tape (KT) is an elastic tape that was designed by a chiropractor to help muscles, improve neurological control of an area, reduce local pain and improve Read more
  • Imaging (x-rays, MRI, CT and Ultrasound)
    Imaging (x-rays, MRI, CT and Ultrasound) Learning to understand imaging is an integral part of the education of a Doctor of Chiropractic.  The need for imaging should be weighed appropriately as Read more
  • Is Gluten Intolerance real or just a new FAD disease??
    Gluten Intolerance? Health conditions associated with Gluten have become a "fad" of sorts among health care providers and people that self-diagnose... Gluten is a protein found in wheat and other similar grains. Celiac Read more
  • Should I see a Chiropractor if I am pregnant?
    Should I see a Chiropractor if I am pregnant? The quick and easy answer is YES!...but why? A high percentage of women experience low back and pelvic pain while pregnant.  Chiropractic has Read more
  • Time for a new Pillow?
    Is it time for a new pillow? It is standard recommendations to change your pillow every year to year and a half...two years max. At two years, it has been estimated Read more
  • The truth behind Vitamin I (ibuprofen) and its side effects!
    Vitamin I? There is not a vitamin I, but sometimes people take Ibuprofen as if they had a deficiency with it and desperately need to replenish their system with it. Ibuprofen is Read more
  • Curing Disease with Chiropractic?
    Curing Disease with Chiropractic? Early chiropractors believed that misalignments of the spine are the root cause of all disease ("dis-ease" as they put it); they believed that spinal misalignments cause the Read more
  • Dealing Crack?
    Dealing Crack? Chiropractic is often associated with cracking or popping (cavitation) of the spine.  Many people (some doctors and many patients) feel that the crack is required for benefit from care. Read more
  • Chiropractic Care for TMJ problems
    Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) The TMJ (joints of the jaw) are very unique joints in our body.  There is a disc that is within the joint and this disc glides through the Read more
  • Chiropractic Care for a UTI?
    Chiropractic Care for a UTI? Of course not!...However, at Gallatin Valley Chiropractic our doctors can provide sound nutritional and supplementation counseling and, with that counseling, can provide a treatment recommendation for Read more
  • Curcumin...Age Old Healer, Modern Miracle Supplement, or Natural Health Care Fad?
    Curcumin...Age Old Healer, Modern Miracle Supplement, or Natural Health Care Fad? Curcumin is the biologically active component of the turmeric root (Curcuma longa).  It is a common spice often found in Read more
  • Considering Surgery for that Knee Injury?
    Knee Injury? Here in Bozeman, we live active lives and we love our outdoor sports and activities.  Sports like skiing, skating, hockey, climbing, trail running,soccer, tennis,...any sport or activity where the foot Read more
  • Hey Doc..."Is it OK to pop my own back or neck?"
    We regularly hear patients ask..."Is it OK to pop my own back or neck?" There is not a huge body of research on the subject but there are some considerations and Read more
  • The Anti-Inflammatory Diet
    The Anti-Inflammatory Diet... It's not a trendy diet for weight loss (although many people do shed a few pounds when choosing this as their diet).  It is a very healthy diet Read more
  • Yoga?...Your chiropractor's perspective.
    At Gallatin Valley Chiropractic, we hear many patients ask, "Hey Doc, what do you think about yoga...?" Let's shed some light on yoga and how it relates to patients receiving chiropractic care. Yoga Read more

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