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Pain Management

Chiropractic Care for Chronic Pain

Most know that chiropractic therapy is a wonderful, drug-free way to treat any form of back pain.

Yet few realise that chiropractic may help with pain in any area of your body.

This is because any form of problem with your vertebrae will lead to central nervous system (CNS) dysfunction.

As the CNS controls most functions of the body and mind, treating the vertebrae can treat most areas of the body.

Listed below are just some of the conditions which may be helped by chiropractic therapies

It is probably far easier to list what conditions may not be helped by chiropractic therapy.

The premise of chiropractic is to allow the body to use its own innate ability to heal itself.

 

This is achieved by ensuring the central nervous system is allowed to do its job unencumbered.

Having said that, some of the most common complaints that bring people to see a chiropractor are:

Back pain

Migraine Headaches

Joint pain

Depression

Weight gain

Nervous system irregularities

Poor blood flow

Tech Neck

Arthritis

Posture and Balance

Carpel Tunnel

RSI

Insomnia

Sinus issues

Ear aches

Sciatica

IBD

Restricted joint movement

ED

Asthma

​​The list is endless!

 

So if you are looking for a safe pain relief option, why not come in and have a talk with

Dr Clyde?

Everyone is different and so everyone will receive a personalised treatment regime.

Are you still in pain following back surgery?

Unfortunately not all surgery is successful and that can definitely be the case with delicate back surgery.

This is where chiropractic can help, as the below video shows.

Back surgery isn't a magic bullet for relief.

 

Studies show that up to 40% of patients continue to have back pain, following back surgery.

 

Often many of these patients are told that they will need yet another surgery, but the success rate for second surgeries is even lower.

In a recent case study, a patient suffering debilitating pain following back surgery underwent twelve weeks of chiropractic care.

 

Following a regime of chiropractic therapy his pain score dropped from ten out of ten, to three out of ten.

 

Also, his disability score improved by 32%.

 

Nine visits later, he continued to experience zero flare ups in pain.

 

This case study adds to earlier research supporting that patients do not need to resort to revision surgery.

Why not try chiropractic as your first resort?

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