Iris City Chiropractic Center, P.C.

Robert A. Hayden, D.C., PhD, F.I.C.C. (770) 412-0005

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Office Hours

Clinic Hours:

Monday - Thursday
8:00 am - 5:30 pm

Monday-Thursday 08:00 AM to 5:30 PM for all chiropractic visits, DOT physicals, drug testing, and alcohol screens

We work until the needs of our last patient for the day have been met. We sometimes go to lunch from about 12:30 till 2 o'clock. We do physicals (DOT, pre-employment) during the same hours the clinic is open Monday-Thursday, but call to be sure Dr. Hayden is in clinic when you need your exam done.

10 Surprising Things Muscle Spasms Reveal About Your Health

Though the occasional spasm—an involuntary contraction of the muscle—is totally normal and nothing to get bent out of shape about, a persistent one can hint at an underlying condition. Here's what's going on, and when to seek a doctor's help.

From Reader's Digest

You worked yourself too hard

Your muscles can only do so much before they say, nope, you've gone too far. Though there are often good DIY remedies for muscle pain relief, sometimes you need something more. Muscle spasms, whether in your back, leg, or neck, can be from a muscle that's overworked while doing strenuous or repetitive movements like gardening, cleaning, or holding a baby. "Muscles get fatigued and sore and you'll experience a spasm," says Robert Hayden, DC, PhD, founder of Iris City Chiropractic Center in Griffin, Georgia. He often uses a treatment called electrotherapy in his office to "break the cycle of spasms" in a 15- to 20-minute session.

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