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Chiropractic Spine Sports And Rehabilitation Delivers Chiropractic Back Pain Relief

Back pain isn’t picky. Back pain may pick any of us at any time whether we are stay-at-home workers or out-in-the-world workers, active military people or veterans. The reputation of chiropractic for aiding back pain sufferers persists and grows in the civilian and veteran/military care systems. The more recent interest has been how much chiropractic care is optimal for back pain relief. Chiropractic Spine Sports And Rehabilitation keeps track of this research since military/veteran back pain resembles our civilian Tonawanda back pain!

BACK PAIN INCIDENCE

80% of us will experience back pain at some time in our lives, in our youth, middle years, or old age. 264 million work days were documented to be lost in one year due to back pain. (1) Tonawanda chiropractic care is designed to help all ages! Somewhere between 25 and 33% of older folks reportedly experience low back pain each year. Low back pain for older adults is described as being debilitating as it often curbs their independence and multiplies their doctor visits. A study that merged primary care with chiropractic care for their back pain resulted in modest improvements in their disability and back pain and higher patient satisfaction and perceived improvement over primary care only. (2) Chiropractic Spine Sports And Rehabilitation sees these same outcomes for our Tonawanda back pain patients! Older patients with chronic low back pain along with other medical issues who employed only chiropractic spinal manipulation for their back pain had lower overall costs of care, shorter episodes of back pain, and lower costs of care per back pain episode. (3) Back pain relief in a briefer time at less expense…a triple bonus for Tonawanda back pain sufferers!

BACK PAIN CARE WITH CHIROPRACTIC

Like the rest of us, military personnel and veterans experience back pain and get relief with chiropractic treatment. Chiropractic is well-integrated into the VA system for veterans with low back pain and other musculoskeletal conditions. A newly proposed study of chiropractic care in Veterans Affairs healthcare facilities for low back pain seeks to see if low dose (1 to 5 visits) or higher dose (eight to twelve visits) chiropractic care for 10 weeks is optimal for chronic low back pain relief. (4) (The Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management discovered in a study of 1000 back pain patients that 12 visits and 29 days were the mean number of visits and days to get patients maximally improved. (5)) A related finding was made when chiropractic care was inserted into usual medical care for active-duty military personnel who had low back pain. Moderate short-term improvement in back pain disability and intensity was reported. Multidisciplinary care of back pain that includes chiropractic is indicated as being beneficial. (6) The goal of Tonawanda chiropractic for back pain sufferers – civilian and military alike – is back pain relief. Chiropractic Spine Sports And Rehabilitation is prepared to deliver that!

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Listen to this PODCAST with Dr. Michael Dupriest on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson as he describes his role as a chiropractor in the VA healthcare system of back pain care.

Make your next Tonawanda chiropractic appointment now. When back pain picks you, you can pick Chiropractic Spine Sports And Rehabilitation for its treatment and relief.

 
Chiropractic Spine Sports And Rehabilitation delivers back pain relief to civilian and military/veteran sufferers and young and old sufferers alike! 
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