Pain Management with Chiropractic Care

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Chiropractic care is one of the best pain management methods available. It’s all-natural, non-addictive, and non-invasive.Whether you’re suffering from chronic pain or pain after an injury, most patients report pain relief after their very first session with chiropractic care.

What Kind of Pain Can Chiropractors Help Manage or Treat?

Our chiropractors can help manage or even treat most common types of pain. These include:

  • Whiplash
  • Back pain (both lower and upper back pain)
  • Sciatica
  • Pain and numbness in the extremities (arms, legs, hands, etc.)
  • Pain after ...
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Moving Beyond Medications PDF

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Non-Pharmacological Approaches to Pain Management and Well-Being

In response to the current public health crisis of opioid abuse, overdose, and death, many organizations have issued guidelines and recommendations for treating pain, including the former Surgeon General’s “Turn the Tide” campaign. Similar to other guidelines, this campaign recommends non-pharmacological approaches as first line pain treatment, with opioids to be considered only if these and non-opioid pharmacological treatments are ineffective. This document expands upon those recommendations to help primary care clinicians and their patients ...

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The Missing Link Of The CrossFit Athlete: Treatment

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By Lindsey Mathews of breakingmuscle.com

As a chiropractor in Los Angeles, California, specializing in biomechanics of the body, balancing the musculoskeletal system, and integrating functional neurology training, the number of patients I’ve seen from the CrossFit world has more than tripled.

At first, I thought “What the heck is this CrossFit thing? And why are all these Crossfitters hurt?” As my relationship with CrossFit developed, I began to understand what was happening.

Like many athletes, CrossFitters have ...

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For Bad Backs, It May Be Time to Rethink Biases About Chiropractors

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About two of every three people will probably experience significant low back pain at some point. A physician like me might suggest any number of potential treatments and therapies. But one I never considered was a referral for spinal manipulation.

It appears I may have been mistaken. For initial treatment of lower back pain, it may be time for me (and other physicians) to rethink our biases.

Spinal manipulation — along with other less traditional therapies like heat, meditation and acupuncture — ...

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