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  • How to Know if You Have a Herniated Disc
    A herniated disc can be incredibly painful, but fortunately there are things that our chiropractor can do to help you. If you believe you have a herniated disc, call our Read more
  • Lifting Injuries
    Does your occupation involve lifting heavy things? Or perhaps you lift weights to keep your physicality in shape? Whatever the reason, you need to be aware of potential injuries you Read more
  • Text Neck
    Staring down at a phone to text, watch videos, or just get a helpful distraction from real life can still be a real pain. If you're tired of needing pain Read more
  • 5 Common Running Pains (and How to Fix Them)
    5 Common Running Pains If you like to run, you know that running injuries are common. Campion Chiropractic Clinic provides pain relief and treatment for many runners in the areas of Read more
  • Herniated Disc Relief: FAQ
    Herniated discs, also called slipped discs or ruptured discs, are a common cause of back pain for people over 30. Herniated discs are a major cause of sciatica pain because Read more
  • Yard Work & Gardening Avoid Muscle Pain this Summer
    Every summer, chiropractors see an increase in patients experiencing pain and injuries from working in their yard or garden. While you might be healthy or young, gardening pains can still Read more
  • Winter Sports Injuries
    Although some people prefer staying indoors during winter, others find it enjoyable to participate in winter sports, like skiing, skating, and snowmobiling. However, these activities can cause injuries, both mild Read more
  • Winter Weather and Joint Pain
    Joint pains are usually more prevalent in the winter or the end of fall than any other season because of the cold weather. Research shows that you are more likely Read more
  • Why you need Ultrasound Deep Heat Therapy
    Ultrasound Deep Heat Therapy Ultrasound deep heat therapy is a method of chiropractic treatment used to treat injuries and chronic pain. Using sound waves, ultrasound therapy can help various medical problems, Read more
  • Whiplash FAQs
    In addition to car repairs, many people have to deal with the pain and discomfort of whiplash after a rear end collision. Fortunately, our College Station chiropractor can treat the Read more
  • 5 Common Chiropractic Techniques
    Chiropractic Treatment For Back Pain and Neck Pain With Our College Station Chiropractor Staff By far, back pain and neck pain are two of the most common reasons why people come Read more
  • Dangers Of Sitting For Long Periods Of Time
    Dangers of Sitting Long Periods If your job requires that you sit for long periods of time, it is likely you have suffered from discomfort as a result of this. It Read more
  • Common Questions About Back Pain
    Common Questions about Back Pain Relief At Campion Chiropractic we know how debilitating back pain can be. It can be so severe that daily activities are impossible due to the agony. Read more
  • When to see a chiropractor
    When To See a Chiropractor from Campion Chiropractic At Campion Chiropractic, Dr. Nathan Sehorn & Dr. Karen Campion have been serving the Bryan/College Station, Texas area since 1989. We seek to Read more
  • Sports Injury FAQ
    Frequently Asked Questions about Sports Injuries Here at Campion Chiropractic Clinic in College Station, Dr. Sehorn and Dr. Campion regularly work with athletes because we understand that a sports injury can Read more
  • Sciatica Symptoms
    Sciatica Symptoms From your lower back through the hips and rear end, down to both legs, it is not uncommon to experience pain. This type of pain is known as Sciatica. Read more
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