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Posted on 02-01-2016
It is estimate that 80 percent of all people will experience either chronic or acute back pain, and while some types of pain will resolve after 48 hours, the vast majority of people, almost 62 percent, still have back pain after 12 months. Here at Campbell Chiropractic, our chiropractor can diagnose the sources of your lower back and neck pain and create a treatment program to heal your injuries.
Chiropractic care with our Castle Rock chiropractor can help improve the function of your back and reduce your pain. Our treatment options are designed to reduce inflammation, improve the function of the nervous system and heal the injuries causing your pain.
Our back doctor helps heal back and neck pain with a variety of treatment options, including manual and instrument adjusting, acupuncture, massage therapy and corrective exercises.
Manual adjusting is performed with our chiropractor’s hands. During this treatment, a short, swift thrust will be applied to the area that needs adjusting. Instrument adjusting is performed using a hand-held device. Both of these treatment options improve the range of motion of your vertebrae and reduce inflammation to reduce your pain.
Acupuncture stimulates the soft tissues and improves blood flow around the needle insertion points. This treatment helps heal soft tissues injuries in order to reduce your overall pain.
Massage therapy reduces muscle soreness and promotes relaxation. It can even make your chiropractic adjustments last longer so that your body has more time to heal.
When the muscles in the back and abs are weak, they do not support the spine, and they tire faster. Corrective exercises help strengthen weak and injured muscles so that they can better support your spine, which improves your mobility.
To schedule an appointment with our back doctor, call our Castle Rock chiropractic office at 303-663-8365.
Are you ready to try chiropractic care for your chronic or acute back and neck pain?
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