Are you suffering with back pain?
Chiropractors treat the entire neuromusculoskeletal system. But they are especially helpful in treating bone and joint pain. Chiropractors do not actually target pain relief itself. So much as they attempt to treat the root cause responsible for your problem. Instead of merely masking a pain with over-the-counter or prescription medications. Many patients who see chiropractors for joint problems can achieve relief with simple spinal adjustments and lifestyle changes. Even the Agency for Health Care Policy and Research recommends that people with chronic joint problems seek out conservative treatment options first. Including safe and effective spinal manipulation.
Did you know…
that the leading cause of disability around the world is lower back pain? In the U.S. alone, an estimated 31 million people are suffering from some type of bone and joint pain - many of them chronically. Although inflammatory diseases and other conditions can be a source of joint pain, the vast majority of symptoms are caused by mechanical discrepancies in the spine.
Frequently Asked Questions
Should I see a chiropractor for back pain?
Yes. Although not everyone is a candidate for chiropractic treatment. Those who are often found significant relief with ongoing treatment. Contact your fargo chiropractor today for more information or to schedule an appointment.
How will a chiropractor treat my problem?
Your chiropractor will first attempt to identify the root cause of your problem. Whether it is related to posture, weight, stress, or the result of a car accident or other injury. You may be advised to make certain modifications to your daily habits and to visit periodically for joint manipulation and pain relief modalities. Which is designed to relieve pain, muscle tightness and joint immobility. Your treatment may last for several weeks or months, depending on the severity of your condition, until your problem resolves.
What should I expect after treatment?
Most chiropractic adjustments are not painful. However, it is normal to experience some mild to moderate exercise-like soreness in the first one to two days following your treatment. Otherwise, you can return to your usual routine as soon as you leave the office.
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