Pain Management 101
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According to TheGoodBody.com, a whopping 100 million Americans suffer from chronic pain. This means that one in ten Americans experience pain every day for three months or more which makes chronic pain the number one cause of long-term disability in the United States!
Unlike acute pain (where symptoms are temporary and well defined), chronic pain can last for months and is very broadly defined.
Due to lack of understanding surrounding chronic pain, treatment can be difficult and negatively impact an individual’s lifestyle.
The most common forms of chronic pain include low back pain, headaches or migraines, and even neck pain. Negative effects associated with chronic pain include (but are not limited to) depression, lack of control, and sleepless nights to name a few.
Thankfully, there are a great number of natural management tools to help reduce and cope with pain.
Approximately three-quarters of pain sufferers seek help from medical doctors and only a quarter report seeking chiropractic care. Of these people, approximately 40% of patients report massage therapy and chiropractic care worked very well to treat pain, while nearly half found opioids effective.
This tells us that more and more people are seeking more effective alternative options.
Manage Your Pain Naturally
Chiropractic (a division of healthcare which focuses on the nervous and musculoskeletal systems) is driven by chiropractors who are trained to treat the whole body rather than its individual parts. By understanding how different systems of the body function together, chiropractors have the unique ability to treat the cause of pain instead of just the symptoms.
Any number of illnesses linked to pain can be treated through chiropractic care. Following your initial consultation, you and your chiropractor will work together to develop a completely personalized treatment plan tailored to your exact needs.
Dr. Rob Sheely
Take Back Control
Not only can a chiropractor provide treatments, they can teach your self-care techniques to manage your pain and even get you back to feeling better than you have in years.
Our goal is to share natural pain management solutions to improve your quality of life which is why we invite you to attend our next webinar, Pain Management 101, on Tuesday, October 16th at 5:00 pm EDT.
During this session, you will learn about different services offered through chiropractic as well as a number of useful techniques to apply to your daily routine to help manage your pain.
We guarantee this information will help you take back control of your life!
Can’t Wait To Share With You On Tuesday, October 16th At 5:00 pm EDT!