Tulsa Spine and Rehab

Sean Riley let's you see inside the world of chiropractic care.

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Five Tools to Treat Athletes


Whether it’s a weekend warrior who plays flag football with his buddies or a high-level professional, all kinds of athletes regularly stop by our offices. Why do so many athletes choose Tulsa Spine and Rehab? I think it’s because we…


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Why You Might Not Need an X-Ray


Transcript: X-rays, they’re such a commonplace thing, you practically expect them when you see a doctor, unless that happens to be Dr. Sean Riley, with Tulsa Spine and Rehab. Sean joins us today to explain why x-rays need to be…


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What is Whiplash?


Transcript: Whiplash, to most of us it’s an injury that movie doctors and lawyers chase after. But whiplash is real and brings with it serious issues for your mobility. To get the straight scoop we turn to Doctor Sean Riley.…


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Understanding Spinal Manipulation


If you’ve heard about chiropractic care before, you’ve probably heard people talk about being ‘cracked’ or ‘popped’. That’s essentially the layman term for manipulation/adjustment, which is the primary tool we have in a chiropractic office.


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The First Step to Take for Low Back Pain


According to the literature, 80 percent of Americans will suffer from some type of low back pain at a point in their lifetime. It’s the second leading cause of a visit to the primary care office. (The leading cause is…


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Building a House Without Plans


In my opinion, the initial assessment is probably the most important office visit a patient will make in our clinic. Think about the last time you went to see a physician. Did they listen carefully, or did they arrive at…


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Treating Pain with Ice vs. Heat


What should I use to help alleviate my pain: Ice or Heat? Even though the answer to this question seems like it should be simple, it’s extremely common to become confused. You’ll probably end up reading lots of conflicting information…


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Part IV: The Chiropractor’s Toolbox


This is the fourth and final post in a series where we talk about Scott Baker’s low back pain. If you haven’t already, be sure to read Part I: Investigating Your Options, Part II: Doing Your Research, and Part III:…


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 2019-02-04  n/a
 
 

Part III: Chiropractors’ Philosophies


This is the third post in a four-part series where we talk about Scott Baker’s low back pain. If you haven’t already, be sure to read Part I: Investigating Your Options and Part II: Doing Your Research. We previously covered…


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Part II: Doing Your Research


This is the second post in a four-part series where we talk about Scott Baker’s low back issue. In Part I: Investigating Your Options, Scott told us his personal story about low back pain. We discussed the primary care physician’s…


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