Edward Cremata, DC, QME, FRCP(US)

Fremont Chiropractic Group



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Due to the unique physiological makeup of a woman's body, there are health related issues that are unique to them. Pregnancy and its recovery, pain during the menstrual period, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and chronic pelvic pain are four of the most pressing conditions unique to women.

Chiropractic, along with nutrition and fitness, has been shown to lessen the discomfort of the menstrual period and chronic pelvic pain. Now chiropractic is being used to help women who suffer from intense PMS discomfort.

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Pain and numbness can have a number of causes. One of the most common factors is pressure on the spinal nerves in the neck and upper back areas which supply nerve energy to the arms and hands. Spinal nerve pressure may be the result of old injuries such as falls, blows, or whiplash. This pressure on the nerves can be intensified or made worse by combinations of physical and emotional stress.

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Muscle Spasms

Muscle spasms range from persistent and sustained to brief and alternating. Wherever a spasm falls in that range, they are all painful. Muscles are maintained with a certain tone-not too tight and not too relaxed. The brain controls how the muscles work. With activity, the brain innervates the voluntary muscles to function and support our movement. Frequently, muscle spasms are the result of interference between the brain and the muscles.

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Neck Pain

While there are many reasons why someone may experience neck pain, such as sleeping in a bad position, the underlying problem involves the neck and spinal muscles. The spine can be curved, twisted or misaligned by the various mishaps of our daily living. Once the spine is misaligned, prolonged or repetitive contractions of the muscles that are attached to the spinal bones in the neck and back can aggravate the misalignment.

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Headache2Migraine headaches afflict many people. Migraine symptoms include severe pain on one side of the head that can last for days and can include nausea and sensitivity to light. While many treatments address the symptoms, chiropractors view addresses the cause of the pain.

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Contact Information

Phone: (510) 796-2225
email: Cremata@gmail.com

Address: 39355 California St. Suite 106 Fremont, CA 94538

Dr. Edward Cremata, DC, QME
Professor, Palmer College of Chiropractic West

Map & Directions

Monday: 10:00am - 12:00pm & 
2:00pm - 6:30pm
Tuesday: By Appointment for Treatment, Legal Exams and Special Procedures
Wednesday: 2:30pm - 6:30pm
Thursday: 1:30pm - 7:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 1:00pm
Weekends: Urgent Appointments Only