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Patrick A. Loera

Patrick Loera is a Staff Writer and Content Creator for Chiropracticcare.today and other medical blogs and websites. Although he is a Washington state native, he graduated from San Jose State University in California with a Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Professional and Technical Writing. Patrick considers himself a middle-aged athlete, and he has experienced the benefits of chiropractic care firsthand. He currently works with several medical professionals—DCs, RNs, MDs, and college professors—to produce chiropractic content that can help people understand how to keep their body healthy, how injuries can be treated through chiropractic care, and what to expect from a chiropractor. Patrick spends his spare time playing basketball or relaxing on the beach reading a good memoir or mystery novel.

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    Jeremy Thompson

    It’s interesting to learn that with a bad fall a spinal misalignment can be produced which can cause extensive pain in the person’s back, arms, legs, back, and neck. That’s great to learn since I think that I might have one from my fall earlier this week due to my kids. I better have a check with a chiropractor to see if they can perform a spinal adjustment to me and fix my issue. Thanks for the informative read about spinal adjustments for hockey players!

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      Patrick A. Loera

      Thank you for your comment, Jeremy. Hard falls can certainly cause pain from misalignments. That’s a great idea to get checked out by a chiropractor. Hope you get well soon.

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