According to a pain study published in 2015, more than 1 in 6 American adults suffer from the discomfort brought on by chronic pain. That’s almost 50 million American adults having their lives disrupted and by a condition that keeps coming back no matter what kind of medications they take.
No matter how seeming hopeless chronic pain may be, there may be a solution many overlook. It all starts with setting an appointment for consultation with a chiropractor.
Basically, this is a kind of recurring, continuous, or episodic kind of pain felt by a person with no apparent triggers. It can start out as a mild inconvenience, but eventually begin to affect the physical and emotional well-being of the patient.
There is no one condition that embodies chronic pain per se. It can come in the form of a headache or migraine, joint pain, back pain, or even pain from an old injury. Other examples include sinus pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, and more.
Although they are not always indicative of a bigger health problem, these chronic conditions can aggravate other conditions--like anxiety, depression, and stress--which only exacerbates the manifestation of the pain.
This cycle of pain can seem never-ending, and adding to the frustration is spending most of your earnings to costly medications that fail to offer any long-term relief. In a nutshell, chronic pain, while not a dangerous disease in the strictest sense, can actually be a debilitating one, ultimately affecting an individual’s quality of life.
Chiropractic treatment has been increasing in popularity especially in the past decade because of its proven efficiency in giving pain relief. This kind of treatment entails spinal manipulation to release impinged nerves and allow the nervous system to function better.
Beyond spinal manipulation, chiropractic treatment now also includes posture improvements, exercise education, and even nutritional advice. Their improved relationship with other pain experts and surgeons allow them to have a better and holistic view of what each patient truly needs.
With access to consolidated information, the chiropractor is better able to determine what’s going on in the body of the patient allowing them to come up with a treatment program that best suits the patient’s specific needs.
You need not worry because chiropractors are certified and licensed by either federal or state regulators. For best results, consult with experienced chiropractors, such as those from the Accident Care Chiropractic of Vancouver.
Chiropractic Care for Pain Relief. Harvard Medical School.
Chiropractic Treatments for Lower Back Pain. Spine-Health.
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