Effective Neck and Back Pain Management at Life Chiropractic
Chiropractic care is a method of health care that targets the communication between your spine with the rest of your body and its functions, and can be an effective pain management treatment if you are looking for an alternative to traditional approaches. Certain conditions that are commonly treated with chiropractic care include neck and back pain, migraines and headaches, injuries and strains. Many patients seek chiropractic treatment for pain related to other medical conditions, like arthritis.
To treat back and neck pain, our chiropractors at Life Chiropractic in Victorville will adjust the spinal
column with their hands, in combination with other types of alternative treatments. When your back and neck are in proper alignment, this will reduce inflammation and allow the body to heal. Regular adjustments will improve mobility in joints, which can relax restricted tissue caused by an injury or a disease.
Treat Your Back and Neck Pain Naturally with Chiropractic Adjustments
Your individual chiropractic treatments may involve sessions where your chiropractor will manipulate your spine and joints to treat your pain and to correct any misalignment. Your chiropractor may also include nutritional advice and an exercise routine along with your pain management plan. The overall goals of your personal chiropractic care should include the improvement of your spinal function, the prevention of future injuries and back and neck pain relief. A chiropractic adjustment can also help treat migraines and headaches, and other conditions, like osteoarthritis and fibromyalgia, and may also improve from the pressure used by chiropractors that also use deep tissue massage. The resulting pain relief from a chiropractic adjustment can improve your quality of life.
Regular chiropractic care is considered to be an effective and safe method of pain management that can help you alleviate your pain, in many cases without the use of medications or surgery. Chiropractic treatment can also be used for acute back pain caused by a sudden accident or injury. This type of acute pain, which can often be more commonly seen than chronic pain, will last around six weeks and will often get better naturally. Chronic pain, on the other hand, can show large improvement from regular chiropractic care.
Your chiropractor at Life Chiropractic should know everything about your medical background before treatment, like any medical conditions, medications, surgical history and previous trauma. By having a complete history, your chiropractor can create a pain management plan tailored to you to achieve the best results and improve health.