The Old Way
Many years ago, we used to recommend bed rest for back pain. Research, however has showed us that prolonged bed rest was a very bad idea. In addition, medications (non steroidal anti-inflammatories NSAIDS) were recommended for back pain. Current recommendations urge us to change our approach to back pain. A recent study showed that NSAIDS aren't that great for back pain. In fact, current recommendations say that the best idea may be to avoid medication in the initial stages of back pain.
Current Low Back Pain Studies: Try Chiropractic for Low Back Pain
The American College of Physicians has new guidelines for low back pain as a result of 150 studies. The results: Medications usually give temporary results and come with a lot of side effects. Their recommendation for back pain lasting less than 3 months include chiropractic, massage and heat. In addition, rehabilitative exercise will also contribute greatly in the healing process for lower back pain.
Lose The Back Pain Fast
Our Approach: At Delaware Injury Care, our chiropractors not only perform gentle spinal manipulation. We also provide massage, rehabilitation, laser therapy and other types of therapy during your visit so that you can get well fast.
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