Chiropractic Reduces Disability

Chiropractic Reduces Disability.  Did you know that disability due to back pain cost America over $234 billion in 2010.  This information comes from researchers who published the information in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA) Network Open.  In May of 2018, JAMA also published research showing that chiropractic had a huge impact on reducing disability due to back pain.

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Chiropractic Reduces Disability.  When you factor in the growing opioid crisis in America, doctors are constantly looking for alternative ways to help their patients.  In particular, they are looking for solutions that are less addictive and have fewer side effects.  In fact, this concern prompted research into chiropractic treatment for back pain related disability.  However, before I reveal the research, did you know that one out of every five adults in the U.S. suffers from back pain?  As a result, it comes as no surprise that back pain is the leading cause of disability worldwide.  Here’s what researchers discovered.

The Research

Chiropractic care in the study included spinal corrections to help restore proper bone position in the lower back.  In some cases, doctors also took care of other areas of the spine.  The study involved 750 patients.  Participants assigned to chiropractic care received an average of two to five visits, depending on their treatment facility.  After six weeks, people who received spinal corrections reported lower pain levels.  In fact, their disability scores were much lower than individuals who didn’t have spinal treatments. Furthermore, the patients receiving spinal corrections continued to improvement after 12 weeks.

Why It Works.

Spinal corrections help heal tissues in your body that form as a result of injury.  As a result, this type of care reduces pain and improves your body’s ability to move correctly.  This information comes from the lead author, Dr. Christine Goertz.  Dr. Goertz is responsible for the research.

It is also possible that spinal corrections help your body changes the way your brain handles pain.  As a result, you feel less pain from muscle strain, inflammation and/or spasm in the muscles next to your spine, according to the lead author.  JAMA published the research in May of 2018.

Our Unique and Complete Approach

Do you suffer from back pain?  Does it affect your quality of life, including your work, family or fun?  If so, don’t wait until you are disabled.  In fact, the sooner you take care of it the easier it is to resolve.  It does not matter if your problem is minor or severe, chances are we can help.  With our unique program including traditional or low-force spinal corrections, a customized home exercise program, soft tissue work, and intersegmental traction, we provide a well-rounded solution to your suffering.  As a result, you can get back to work, play, family and the things you love.

Would you like a safe, effective and drug-free solution to your suffering?  If so, you can contact us one of several ways to set up a consultation. You can reach us on the web, stop by our office in Redmond, WA, or call us at 425-868-0120. Then I will personally sit down with you and talk about your suffering and how it affects your life. I will even look over your x-rays to help me determine if you are a good candidate for care. If you’re not, we’ll make every effort to provide the proper referral.

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After many years of clinical practice, Dr. Marrone has forged a remarkable career as a practitioner, educator and lecturer.  Furthermore, his extensive knowledge of enzyme nutrition has made him a much sought-after practitioner.  If you are suffering from health problems that nobody seems to have the answer to or are sick and tired of the revolving door of corporate hospitals, give Dr. Marrone a call to set up a consultation.

 

Chiropractic Reduces Disability
Chiropractic Reduces Disability without drugs