Back Pain

Most people over thier lives will experience some form of back pain. It may be from a traumatic accident or bending over to pick something up. The stress of poor posture, sitting or standing for extended time, and many other things add up until your back gives up. The American College of Physicians and the American Pain Society recommend for patients who do not improve with self care options, clinicians should consider the addition of nonpharmacologic therapy with proven benefits—for acute low back pain,spinal manipulation; for chronic or subacute low back pain, intensive interdisciplinary rehabilitation, exercise therapy, acupuncture,massage therapy, spinal manipulation, yoga, cognitive-behavioral therapy, or progressive relaxation.Ann Intern Med. 2007;147:478-491.

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Neck Pain

Neck pain affects 75% of all people and makes many simple activities unbearable from sleeping to working. Research shows seeing a chiropractor or engaging in light exercise relieves neck pain more effectively than relying on pain medication.Ann Intern Med. 2012;156:no.1_part.1.

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Headaches

Headaches affect appoximately 1 in every 6 people.  There are many types of headaches that range from a mild annoyance to complete disability. Evidence suggests that chiropractic care, including spinal manipulation, improves migraine and cervicogenic headaches. The type, frequency, dosage, and duration of treatment(s) should be based on guideline recommendations, clinical experience, and findings. Evidence for the use of spinal manipulation as an isolated intervention for patients with tension-type headache remains equivocal. (J Manipulative Physiol Ther2011;34:274-289)

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