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Brighton Campus Chiropractors is proud to be recognized as a worldwide leader in the field of Chiropractic. Brighton Campus Chiropractors is committed to enhance quality of life and promote better health. We strive to maintain a philosophy that our patients deserve the highest quality chiropractic care at a reasonable price accompanied by impeccable service. Brighton Campus Chiropractors is recognized as a company that shows concern for and contributes to our community. Through a long-term commitment to this mission, we will be known as a company that values and respects all people.

Brighton Campus Chiropractors, LLC
2024 W. Henrietta Road, Suite 5B
Rochester, NY 14623

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Our Health and Multiple Choice
Have you ever taken a test in school that was "multiple choice"? If you were like most of us, you preferred multiple choice tests because-well-because we knew they were easier than essays for one thing. Also, we knew if we had any kind of working knowledge about the test topics, we could eliminate some answers and narrow it down to one obvious answer. Usually. There was always that one teacher who gave us a choice of one obviously wrong answer and two or three that we couldn't figure out... We had to have the "best choice" right answer; the next to the best wasn't good enough, but, unfortunately, it wasn't as obvious as we hoped. We couldn't fake our way through.


Doctor it only hurts when I Do This
The comical response is, "So don't do that!!!" If what makes "it" hurt is standing, sitting, or especially, breathing, we are in trouble. For back pain sufferers, all these things and many others are painful. Back pain sufferers are forced to change their lives when they are "down in the back". Favorite activities become memories and busy people can be stopped dead in their tracks by back pain.


Auto Accident Back Pain Years Later
With current legislation mandating the use of seat belts, an increased number of neck and back injuries have been reported when seat belts are used. While these injuries may be less significant than in unrestricted accidents, health care providers must address these potentially lifelong problems and not dismiss them as merely "Whiplash". Many cases of tension headache and Cervical Migraine may be the result of a neck injury that may have been forgotten or simply dismissed as trivial by the patient-according to a study published in Spine. In the article, Dr. MacNab reviewed 266 cases and found at least 45% continued to have symptoms 2 years following the settlement of court actions. Most people that are involved in "minor" rear-end collisions do not realize the potential for injury to the spine. If pain does not immediately ensue, the incident may be forgotten.


Fender Benders and Back Pain
Recently, a patient came in and reported that, for some reason, he "just wasn't feeling right". We discussed his life over the last couple of weeks and figured out, to me, the obvious reason for his back pain flaring up.

It seems this fellow was in a minor "fender bender" a couple weeks previous. He said it really wasn't much of an accident and there was very little damage to the car. He took his car in "just in case" and the only repair necessary was to have the wheels realigned. He added that he felt no physical discomfort at all right after the accident so he figured he was "OK".




Exercise-Taichi
  
These tips can help you steer clear of pain & keep you feeling your best.