1. Electrical Muscle Stimulation & Chiropractors: What Is It? How Does It Help?

    Electrical muscle stimulation, commonly called shock therapy, and chiropractors are two practices that often go hand-in-hand. But what is shockwave therapy, exactly? How does it help with chiropractic care? And is it safe? In this blog post, we will answer all of your questions about shock therapy and how it can benefit your health! Ready to learn more about shockwave therapy and how it may be abl…Read More

  2. Top 10 Questions For Our Littleton Chiropractor

    Arne Wellness Center knows you may have some questions about chiropractic care and we want to make sure you have the answers. That’s why we’ve put together this list of the top 10 questions for our Littleton chiropractor. Continue reading to learn more and contact us today with any more questions or to schedule a chiropractic appointment.…Read More

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    Are You Doing Long-Term Damage by Cracking Your Knuckles?

    Joint pain and other musculoskeletal health conditions are never pleasant and are always a cause for concern. At Arne Wellness Center, our team of chiropractors in Littleton, we are here to help you live comfortably with our team’s holistic approach to pain relief. Popping your joints is a short-term option for relief, but meeting with Littleton chiropractors is a long-term solution. Cracking yo…Read More

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    Why Do Chiropractors Use Electrical Stimulus Machines?

    Have you ever experienced a lingering pain in your shoulder or back that simply won’t go away no matter what you try? While over-the-counter pain relievers may help to temporarily dull the pain, it doesn’t effectively address the problem. Pain and inflammation can occur from an injury, a strain, or even stress, which causes tightness and tension that can be very uncomfortable. Fortunately, you…Read More

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    What Are The Benefits Of Visiting The Chiropractor Monthly?

    Back pain afflicts many Americans who attempt to treat themselves without proper knowledge of their chronic conditions. At Arne Wellness Center in Littleton, our team of professional chiropractors targets the root of your symptoms so you can naturally heal from your ailments. With routine visits, you can feel rejuvenated and comfortable in your daily life once again. Here are four benefits of mont…Read More

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    Why Use A Chiropractor vs. A Physical Therapist?

    In this blog post, we will discuss the benefits of using a chiropractor vs. a physical therapist. In short, both providers are trained to treat your spine and nervous system as well as any other musculoskeletal issue you might have. Both treat musculoskeletal problems to increase mobility, reduce pain, and help return you to full function. The main difference between these two professionals is tha…Read More

  7. Do Littleton Chiropractors Help with Pinched Nerves?

    There’s no doubt about it — dealing with a pinched nerve can be incredibly frustrating and painful. At Arne Wellness Center, our team of Littleton chiropractors is here to lend a helping hand. Simply put, we offer expert chiropractic care that’s tailored to meet your specific needs, and no matter what you’re dealing with, we’re confident that we can help.…Read More

  8. What is Chiropractic Care? What To Expect At Arne Wellness Center

    Chiropractic work is the practice of manipulating the spine to restore and maintain proper spinal alignment, allowing the nervous system to function at its peak efficiency. The malfunction of the body's various systems may be caused by spinal abnormalities that "interfere" with normal nerve impulses. Additionally, this care focuses on the diagnosis and treatment of spinal, nervous, muscular, nerve…Read More

  9. How Our Littleton Chiropractors Treat Sciatica

    The sciatic nerve is the largest and longest nerve in the body. It starts in the lower back and runs down each leg. When this nerve gets irritated or pinched, it can cause pain, tingling, numbness, or weakness in the legs. This condition is called sciatica. According to SPINE-health, sciatica is a fairly common condition affecting 10% to 40% of the population. Do you suffer from sciatica? If so, c…Read More