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Getting rid of Low Back Pain

March 1, 2017


Are you tired of taking medications that only mask the problem? Are you tired of painful injections that only give relief for short periods of time? Are you afraid of all of the side effects that may occur with these medications? Fear no more!! Chiropractic is the safe and effective alternative for the treatment of low back pain that is non-evasive and gets results. Lower back pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal problems in the world today. Most people can expect to suffer some form of back pain at some point in their life.


“The chiropractic profession has long advocated for doctors and patients to use a more conservative approach to treating low back pain,” said ACA President David A. Herd, DC. “These new guidelines by the American College of Physicians support a growing body of research as well as increasing recognition in the health care community regarding the value and effectiveness of non-drug approaches, such as spinal manipulation, for acute and chronic low back pain.”  

- The American Chiropractic Association (ACA)


Some patients will turn to surgery and other aggressive types of treatments. However, these treatments are not fool proof and may have lasting negative effects on your body. Studies has highlighted the efficacy of heat therapy, massage and spinal manipulation (a centerpiece of chiropractic care) as a safe, non-invasive and non-drug therapy for low back pain.


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Public reports indicate that treatment by a chiropractor is the most satisfying for back pain (Consumer Reports Health Ratings survey)


So, avoid the excessive risk and cost of medication and back surgery. Try chiropractic for the treatment of your low back pain today.

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