A You-Specific Plan for Sciatica

By Dr. Cremata, DC | November 16, 2017 |

Sciatica is a silent killer And while the root problem is similar in all cases, sciatica is experienced in a variety of ways. For some the pain may be dull, for others it is sharp; some people experience it nearly constantly and others infrequently. But there are certain characteristics that can clearly help you determine…

Back pain

Why We Design Treatments Specifically for your Spine

By Dr. Cremata, DC | November 8, 2017 |

Back pain is a more complex phenomenon than the traditional narrative has led us to believe. Back pain is so much more than the acute effect of an injury. Conditions such as chronic non-specific lower back pain have shown us that back pain is a complex problem, involving your musculoskeletal health, biomechanical function, and neurological…

Reading in bed

Reading in Bed Without Hurting Your Back

By Dr. Cremata, DC | November 2, 2017 |

Reading in bed is the ultimate way to relax Likewise watching Netflix or other forms of television in bed provide a much needed way to unwind. No one would argue that getting in your comfy clothes and submerging yourself under the covers is one of the best ways to relax. In fact, as practitioners of…

sacrum pain

Sacral Insufficiency Fracture: What You Need to Know

By Dr. Cremata, DC | October 23, 2017 |

There is nothing worse than a mysterious pain in the backside Sacral insufficiency fractures can cause exactly that- pain without a seeming rhyme or reason. The unfortunate truth is that you don’t need to be involved in a car accident, have a serious fall, or sustain any kind of trauma to the back to start…

coccyx pain

Easing the Pain in your Tailbone

By Dr. Cremata, DC | October 17, 2017 |

The tailbone is one of the most unfortunate places to experience pain The coccyx, better known as the tailbone, has such a crucial location, and is used for so many activities throughout the day, that it is bound to cause a disproportionate amount of pain. Typical causes of pain in the tailbone, also known as…

hyperhidrosis botox

FAQs Regarding Botox for Hyperhidrosis

By Dr. Cremata, DC | October 11, 2017 |

Botox is an FDA-approved treatment for excessive sweating of the underarms And while excessive sweating is hardly a life-threatening condition, it causes discomfort and affects people’s confidence in public. For some people, prescription-strength anti-antiperspirant just won’t cut it- the search goes on for a more effective, longer lasting treatment. Botox may seem like a drastic…

excessive sweating

A Solution for Severe Sweating

By Dr. Cremata, DC | October 6, 2017 |

Hyperhidrosis is the scientific term for excessive sweating Excessive sweating is thought to affect between 2-3% of the population but, for those unfortunate few, the effects are no joke: excessive sweating is uncomfortable and can drive you to distraction. Excessive sweating of the underarms, known as axillary hyperhidrosis, creates unsightly stains on clothes; likewise, excessive…

postural strength

Become a Better Sitter: Why Postural Strength Matters

By Dr. Cremata, DC | October 3, 2017 |

Postural strength helps you live a better life Whether you are on your feet all day, or sitting through a shift at the office, your postural muscles are always at work; after all, they are trying to keep you upright. Despite their best intentions, we often give in to our desire to let our muscles…

circulation and sleep

Empower your Brain to Influence Sleep

By Dr. Cremata, DC | September 18, 2017 |

How your brain controls sleep Your brain conducts the transition between the stable states of wakefulness and rest. As you proceed through a day full of activity, your body and brain naturally progress toward the need for sleep; this is an essential need that affords your body the time it needs to rest and recharge.…

low back pain

Mechanical Low Back Pain

By Dr. Cremata, DC | September 15, 2017 |

Mechanical pain is movement-related pain Injuries that relate to the articulation and movement of the spinal motion segments, including the vertebrae, discs, joints, ligaments and muscles are among the most common, and most painful types of injuries in human existence. Almost every motion of the upper body involves the spine in some capacity, and the…