If you’ve been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) then you understand how multiple sclerosis pain can seriously affect your daily activities. While the impact of MS varies with each person, chiropractic care offers a way to manage pain and discomfort in a natural, safe, and drug-free way. At Waypoint Chiropractic in Bozeman, Montana, Dr. Cary Gentry provides chiropractic care to anyone struggling with a multiple sclerosis diagnosis through gentle, noninvasive approaches that will help you experience pain relief, improved mobility, and better health outcomes.
Winter months bring holidays and family gatherings, a time of celebrating and spending quality time with loved ones. These can also be stressful, anxiety-inducing experiences for many people. If you struggle with anxiety or finding yourself stressed more around the holidays and in the winter months, then you are not alone. Chiropractic care at Waypoint Chiropractic can help to naturally manage your anxiety and help you enjoy all these special moments ahead.
Everyone longs to be healthy and happy and to live a full life. If you struggle with getting sick constantly or have severe illnesses on a recurring basis, it can be difficult to enjoy life and feel like you’re thriving. While there are a number of lifestyle changes you can make to improve your immune health and help you be healthier, one great way to enhance the function of your immune system is through chiropractic care. Dr. Car Gentry is a Bozeman chiropractor who understands the power of chiropractic for improving overall health and wellness in all his practice members.
Although chiropractic has been around for hundreds of years, many older adults aren’t as familiar with the science behind it and don’t have much experience with its benefits. But as the largest generation in history makes its way into senior citizen status, they are quickly learning that traditional medicine may not be all it’s cracked up to be, and they are beginning to explore and embrace new-to-them approaches to proactive healthcare.
Over 10% of all Americans have diabetes and a staggering 1 in 3 Americans have prediabetes. As the seventh leading cause of death in our country, diabetes is a problem that we need to get a better handle on, and for most people, it is all about lifestyle habits. While some people are diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes where the pancreas produces little to no insulin, often as children, the majority of those with diabetes have Type 2, which is linked to diet and activity levels. In Type 2 diabetes, insulin resistance or poor insulin production occurs most frequently because of an overload of glucose in the diet. While there isn’t a specific cure for either type of diabetes, those with Type 2 can improve their symptoms and sometimes even reverse their diagnosis with lifestyle changes and proactive health measures.
Almost all Americans will experience back pain at some point during their lifetime. It is one of the primary reasons people miss work and is one of the main causes for a visit to a chiropractor. Back pain can range from a mild, dull ache to severe and debilitating pain. It can impact your day to day functions, lessening your quality of life and overall physical and mental health. Whether you’ve been injured, have chronic back pain, or are beginning to deal with back pain for the first time, Bozeman chiropractor Dr. Cary Gentry can help.
Beginning in your lower back, the sciatic nerve runs through the buttocks and down the legs. When there is damage done to the sciatic nerve, it can lead to a condition known as sciatica. This pain typically begins in the lower back, with complaints of discomfort in this area that may be caused by injury, herniated discs, or a narrowing of the spine called spinal stenosis. Conditions like these can lead to back, hip, and leg pain that worsens over time, in addition to symptoms in the extremities like numbness, tingling, and muscle weakness. Spinal stenosis and herniated discs are both conditions that put a severe pressure on the sciatic nerve. Because the sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the human body, this pressure can be painful and frustrating.
Newborn babies are notorious for being sweet, snuggly, and adorable. But sometimes, they can also be known for crying a lot, being unpredictable, and seeming inconsolable at times. Since having a newborn is different for all parents and each baby is unique, it can be difficult to determine what the true cause of the crying may be. It could be as simple as the baby being hungry, needing a diaper change, or wanting to be held. However, sometimes babies don’t need to be comforted be anything and instead cry and fuss for hours on end for no known reason. This is called colic, and it’s defined by doctors as unexplained crying for 3 or more hours at least 3 days out of each week.
Arthritis is an extremely common problem, affecting nearly one-fourth of the entire adult population in America. That’s over 50 million people who have symptoms of arthritis, with about half of them experiencing daily limitations due to their condition. While arthritis is most commonly known to affect the older population, different forms of it can impact the lives of people of all ages. Joint pain of any kind can be frustrating and difficult to live with, but Bozeman chiropractor Dr. Cary Gentry can provide neurologically-based care that improves joint health, minimizes arthritis symptoms, and increases overall health and wellbeing.
One of the most common childhood ailments is ear infections. Between 20% and 30% of young children experience ear infections, which can be chronic, painful, and frustrating for parents and children alike. While most ear infections tend to resolve themselves if left untreated, they can be quite uncomfortable and can even bring about additional problems, such as balance issues, trouble sleeping, short-term hearing problems, and more. Although antibiotics are a common treatment prescribed for ear infections, they come with their share of risks and side effects, and they aren’t always effective. Instead, those dealing with bothersome ear infections should turn to natural, effective, and safe chiropractic care in Bozeman, Montana.
Most people have experienced neck pain at some point, whether it is from sleeping in an odd position or an injury that they have sustained. While some of the discomfort may fade with time, neck pain can be debilitating, making it difficult to drive, work, and perform your typical daily activities. One of the best ways to regain mobility and strength in the neck is to visit a skilled chiropractor. In fact, one of the most common reasons that people visit a Bozeman chiropractor is to address neck pain. The gentle adjustments performed by Dr. Cary Gentry can lead to relief from pain and a reduced risk of further pain in the future.
Digestive issues are a common complaint among Americans. From Crohn’s Disease to ulcerative colitis, these issues can impact your quality of life greatly. Irritable Bowel Syndrome, or IBS, is known as one of the least severe forms of digestive illness, but it can still be greatly disruptive and uncomfortable. For those who are familiar with the effects of IBS, a visit to a Bozeman chiropractor can bring relief.
Chiropractic care has been known to relieve all kinds of symptoms, illnesses, and ailments, as well as improve quality of life for practice members of all ages and levels of health. If you have difficulty with high blood pressure, you need to schedule an appointment with Dr. Cary Gentry at WaypointChiropractic to learn more about how chiropractic can help address and improve your condition.
Besides back pain, headaches are actually the most common reason cited for visits to the chiropractor. It is estimated that over 37 million people in the United States suffer from severe headaches. While many people never seek out the root cause of their headaches and assume it’s a normal ailment, those who visit a Bozeman chiropractor know that proper spinal adjustments can offer long-term relief from the pain of headaches.