Can Chiropractic Improve Your Sleep? | Seattle Chiropractic Center

Many of us don’t get enough sleep at night. According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, about 40 million people in the United States suffer from chronic long-term sleep disorders each year. Furthermore, 20 million people experience occasional sleep problems. The benefits of sleep go far beyond feeling refreshed in the morning. Sleep… Read more »

Five Misconceptions of Chiropractic Care | Renton Chiropractic Clinic

We often hear misconceptions about chiropractic care and what chiropractors do. While there’s a lot information floating around, our team at Petett Chiropractic hear to set the record straight. For example, did you know that in order to become a medical doctor you’re required to have 2,756 class hours in education whereas a chiropractor is… Read more »

Chiropractic Care for Fibromyalgia | Renton Chiropractic Clinic

May is Fibromyalgia Awareness Month. During this month, your Renton chiropractic team at Petett Chiropractic commit to helping raise awareness of fibromyalgia and its potentially debilitating symptoms. According to the NIMAS, 5 million Americans 18 or older are estimated have fibromyalgia. While 80 and 90 percent of people diagnosed are women, it also occurs in men and… Read more »

Is it Safe to Crack Your Own Back? | Renton Chiropractors

Sometimes when you’re experiencing physical discomfort, cracking your own back or neck can provide instant relief, albeit for a few seconds. However, are self-adjustments bad for you? This is a common question we receive at Petett Chiropractic. The short answer is … it depends. Self-Adjustments vs. Proper Chiropractic Adjustments While the occasional self-adjustment is not harmful, repeatedly… Read more »

Why Chiropractic Care for Work-Related Injuries | Renton Chiropractic

Millions of Americans suffer from injuries in the workplace each year. Work-related injuries can be emotionally, physically and financially damaging. While they can range in severity, work-related injuries can often impact a person’s ability to perform the responsibilities of their job, as well as participate in everyday activities. Work-related injuries can be caused by sudden or… Read more »