posture and lumbar pressure

Is Your Posture Putting Your Spine Under Pressure?

By Dr. Cremata, DC | September 12, 2017 |

The way you position your spine matters Whether you like it or not, and whether you are conscious of it or not, each position you adopt throughout the day is likely putting your spine under pressure. With awareness, the amount of pressure can be limited; likewise, with no awareness, this pressure can accumulate and cause…

tailbone pain

How to Deal with a Pain in the Tailbone

By Dr. Cremata, DC | September 10, 2017 |

A pain in the tailbone is perfectly placed to upset your lifestyle The coccyx is the bony structure at the base of the spine, known colloquially as the tailbone. Any pain here can be a real life-changer: from defecation to sexual function; and from physical activity to simply standing or sitting, the coccyx is perfectly…


When it Comes to Cellulite, We Say Good Riddance!

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

Does cellulite affect your well-being? Cellulite refers to the dimpled appearance of skin on the legs, buttocks and thighs that affects, by some estimates, over 90% of women at some point in their lifetime. Step one for anyone frustrated by the appearance of cellulite is to take a deep breath and realize that you are…

range of motion

Restoring the Bodily Mobility You Expect Without Surgery

By Dr. Cremata, DC | August 31, 2017 |

Range of motion versus flexibility  Range of motion and flexibility are two terms that are too often conflated. In reality, flexibility is indicative of good range of motion in a given joint. Without getting too pedantic, the general formula is that when flexibility is reduced, range of motion becomes limited. A good example of this is the…

conservative care

Conservative Care First for Back Pain

By Dr. Cremata, DC | August 27, 2017 |

What is your first line of treatment for back pain?  When it comes to injury, whether it be acute or chronic, and the pain that comes with it, there are many options available to you for treatment. It is unfortunate that the norm in our society is for back pain sufferers to choose, or be…

acoustic compression

Acoustic Compression Helps Psychological Causes of ED

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

If your ED is psychological… Many men suffering from recurrent ED are told that there is no physical cause for the dysfunction. Psychogenic dysfunction is the next most likely outcome- a mental block that is preventing you from achieving or sustaining an erection. While traditional ED medications such as Viagra, Levitra and Cialis are all…


The Science of Erections

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

The anatomy of an erection To begin with there are three types:  Psychogenic: thoughts and nerve signals contribute to your erection Reflexogenic: physical stimulation in which the signals don’t even reach the brain.  Nocturnal: erections that occur without your knowing in the dead of night.  However, they all essentially rely on the same mechanism of…

opioid and back pain

Are Opioids for Back Pain Management as Effective as we Thought?

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

Opioids versus conservative care for managing back pain Because of their reputation as strong painkillers, opioids are often prescribed for the management of severe, chronically recurring back pain. But a new study by researchers at the University of Minnesota, information for which can be found here, is showing that we may want to think twice…

erectile dysfunction

Falsehoods Regarding Self Treatment for Erectile Dysfunction

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

Supplements and herbal remedies for ED are often not the answer Among the most common natural remedies identified as possibly helping men with erectile dysfunction, there is only meager evidence to suggest their efficacy. Furthermore, you run a gamut of risks while choosing what supplements to take, and in what quantities to take them. A…


By Dr. Cremata, DC | August 4, 2017 |

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