In Celebration of National Chiropractic Health Month!
New Patients receive 30% off first visit*! (regularly $90 - $150)
Existing Patients with a New Condition* receive 30% off! (regularly $45 - $70)
Back Pain and Chiropractic
Back pain remains one of the most prevalent and disabling conditions worldwide. It is one of the most common reasons that patients visit their doctors, and one of the most common conditions for which doctors prescribe pain medications. If your back pain does not resolve quickly, it may be the result of mechanical problems that a doctor of chiropractic (DC) can address. In addition to their expertise in spinal manipulation, DCs have broad diagnostic skills and are trained to recommend therapeutic and rehabilitative exercises, as well as to provide nutritional, dietary and lifestyle counseling.
With the abuse of prescription opioids in the United States now classified as an epidemic by the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention, utilizing non-drug treatments first to address pain makes sense. The essential services provided by doctors of chiropractic represent a primary care approach to the prevention, diagnosis, and conservative management of back pain and spinal disorders that may potentially reduce or eliminate the need for pain medications.
The Journal of American Medical Association published a 2013 article that suggested chiropractic for low-back pain. Surgery was mentioned as an option only if all else fails 1.
In an article in the medical journal Spine, researchers determined that adding spinal manipulation to standard medical care for low back pain yields a "significant advantage" in pain relief and physical functioning 2.
Take advantage of our 30% discount for the month of October*
and see how Chiropractic Care can reduce and eliminate pain
and help you live your life to the fullest!
* 30% Off Promotion is for New Patient-Initial Visit and Existing Patient-New Condition Visit from 10/1/17 - 10/31/17
1. Goodman DM, Burke AE, Livingston EH. Low Back Pain
JAMA 2013;309(16):1738. doi:10.1001/jama2013.3046
2. Goertz GM et al. Adding chiropractic manipulative therapy to standard medical care for patients
with acute low back pain: results of a pragmatic randomized comparative effectiveness study.
Spine 2003, April 15; 38(8):627-34