2nd Phase of Healing; The Proliferative Phase

The Regenerative Phase of The Healing Process   Alright, and welcome back to another edition of … The Blog! So, initially, we have the Acute, Inflammatory Phase.   Textbooks say this lasts about 3 days/ 72 hours, but I ‘m not so sure about this...

The Inflammatory Phase – 1st Phase of Healing

The Inflammatory Phase of Healing This is the fourth in a series of maybe 5 or 6 blogs discussing the various types of tissues and healing.   If you’ve been following along the whole series I am either a very interesting writer, who is discussing a very...

The Best Thing To Do When You Injure Yourself

How To Best Heal Your Injuries In a continuation from the first blog in this series, The Inflammatory Phase   Ice and continue motion if you can. Heat and stretching would be contra-indicated at this point, and for the reasons noted above. Please keep in mind I...

Soft Tissue Injuries and How They Heal

Healing Soft Tissue Injuries   Again, if you are unsure… ice, don’t stretch and take short walks- stay moving as you can.   As I said earlier, we at Paragon Chiropractic deal mostly with ligament type injuries.   There are three (3)...

Injuries That Occur To Ligaments and Cartilage

Ligament and Cartilage Injuries   As I said in the previous blog, most of the injuries we see are to the ligaments and cartilage. Even a vertebra that is “out” has a ligament and cartilage injury component that must be addressed, including the...