WGME 13 Report - PCN Concussion Treatment Specialists

January 27, 2020

Portland Chiropractic Neurology was recently featured by WGME 13 in an investigation about concussions, entitled "No two concussions are the same: What they are and the healing process." Check out the article and watch the video to learn more about concussions, how no two concussions are the same and how Portland Chiropractic Neurology specializes in...

There’s No Business Like Snow Business: Proper Snow Removal Techniques

January 23, 2019

Winter Storm Harper has come and gone, but we are still bound to have more snow in the winter weeks ahead, it is a great time to discuss proper snow removal techniques.  Every winter we see a lot of patients after they have injured themselves removing snow from their sidewalks, parking lots, decks and driveways.  Lower back, middle back, shoulder...

Plantar Fasciitis: What a Pain in the Foot!

January 22, 2019

In our office, we see patients for a variety of musculoskeletal issues, not just neck and low back pain, though we do treat a lot of people with those problems successfully.  One of the more common complaints patients come in with is foot pain.  This is often caused by plantar fasciitis, or inflammation of the soft tissue in the arch of the...

Kids at the Chiropractor

February 7, 2018

The nervous system controls every single process in your body.  The brain is the leader of this operation, but it gets the information that guides its decision-making from the rest of the nerves in your body.  These nerves travel from the brain into the spinal cord, which is housed in the spinal canal of the vertebral column (your spine), and then travels...

Chiropractic in Pregnancy: The Webster Technique

January 25, 2018

Chiropractic in Pregnancy: The Webster Technique Nothing causes a life change quite like a pregnancy.  Making sure the physical needs of the baby will be met with all of the newborn supplies, clothing and furniture.  Rearranging schedules to be sure the baby is cared for at all times.  Baby-proofing the house to keep the newest addition safe from harm. ...

Migraines: Why do my eyes hurt?

August 7, 2017

Eye pain is a common symptom associated with Migraines. Migraines are due to central neurological changes within the brain that suffer from abnormal discharge of cells associsated with vascular changes within the walls of blood vessels. This causes constriction and dilation to occur, which is the cause of the throbbing pain experienced during a migraine....

A simple way to understand how mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy heals injured tissue

May 18, 2017

Under Hyperbaric Therapy (HBO2), Oxygen, which is a much smaller molecule than a Red Blood Cell (RBC), is pulled from the larger RBC, which is carrying the oxygen molecules to tissues via hemoglobin. RBC's are the vehicle transport for all oxygen within our body. After extraction, it is now concentrated within the surrounding plasma. This allows the smaller...

Maintenance for your Brain: Mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to reach limitless potential

May 18, 2017

At our clinic, we often utilize mild Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy to aid in the treatment of brain injury, concussion, movement disorders, autoimmune disorders, neuropathy, neurological degenerative conditions and so forth. We are able to help our patients achieve incredible results where other treatments have failed. What I'm particularly interested in is how...
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