Under some circumstances, medication or surgery presents the best option for neck or back pain. In other cases, a patient’s condition can be best corrected with chiropractic care. Some individuals may dismiss this type of treatment because no pills, needles, or incisions are given, administered, or made. However, these are the very reasons why chiropractic care can be so effective.
Many times, back pain stems from undue pressure on nerves, muscles, and connective tissue. This pressure comes from areas of the spinal column that have fallen out of alignment. When a back specialist gently guides these spinal sections back into their proper positions, he can instantly alleviate the discomfort that a patient is experiencing. The success of this type of treatment can also prevent unnecessary invasive measures that might fail to address the source of pain and cause individuals delayed relief from their symptoms.
Some people who benefit from chiropractic care may require additional treatment sessions to keep the spine in alignment and correct any outstanding back pain issues. Many individuals find that with ongoing chiropractic treatment, their back pain or neck pain symptoms diminish and even disappear without future flare-ups.
While surgery may be necessary for some back ailments, it typically involves a recovery period. This mode of care may demand that patients take time off work or remain at rest for weeks or even months at a time as their incisions heal. It might also preclude them from carrying out everyday tasks such as picking up their children or doing the laundry as they recover. A back specialist might advise a patient to rest for the remainder of the day after receiving chiropractic care, but rarely does this form of noninvasive treatment require extensive downtime for those who receive it.
Could chiropractic care be the solution to your back pain needs? Call SpineOne at (888) 721-0459 to set up an appointment. We encourage individuals in the greater Highlands Ranch, Aurora, and Denver areas to visit our website to learn more about our full range of treatments for chronic pain problems.