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Chronic Pain Management
Chiropractic. Restoring function and total health to your nervous system is paramount after any kind of accident. The nervous system coordinates your entire bodily function. There is simply no reason to suffer when proper spinal care can eliminate pain and deliver improvements with one's health and wellness through the use of consistent chiropractic care.
Low back pain
In 1993, Dr. Gordon Waddell, M.D. wrote "We are now facing an epidemic of lower back disability in all western societies...and there is now sufficient evidence to demand the fundamental reappraisal of our basic strategy of management for low back pain." *1
The chances of experiencing back or spinal injury is quite high with busy schedules and attacking chores without regard to our limitations at times. Falls, picking up heavy items improperly, and bad sleep habits can lead to back pain that may even become chronic. Most of us know that the standard medical approach usually involves muscle relaxers, pain killers, traction, ultra sound and even surgery and come with questionable results. Some report no difference in pain from before they went in for surgery. It just doesn't seem like the best treatment for the wide spread problem of low back pain.
Chiropractic approach to back pain
With a Chiropractic approach, so many people have confirmed their complete relief of pain and symptoms without the invasive medical treatments of drugs and surgery. Studies have shown that the period of disability from back issues were treated successfully in half the time as those who sought medical treatment. They were pain free and returned to their daily routine in as little as 3 days. If you have back pain from sitting or moving heavier items or for any reason, we will treat you, not directly for back problem, but for the for the spinal problem that has manifested. Through subluxation correction and renewed spinal health you will find the answers to your back pain issue.
1. Health Canada. Economic burden of illness in Canada. Ottawa: Health Canada. 1998