Lynchburg Chiropractic Care Helps Back Pain After Back Surgery Surgery and Integrates Extension Exercise into the Treatment Plan

Palmer Chiropractic Center offers back pain relief to patients who have already undergone back surgery and still have pain. 

 
Lynchburg BACK SURGERY? STILL HAVE PAIN?
Chiropractic Cox® Technic Can Help.

Many Lynchburg back pain patients choose back surgery expecting Lynchburg back pain relief. That expectation isn’t always met. Palmer Chiropractic Center hears this from Lynchburg back surgery patients and reads it in the spine literature.  49-58% relief of pain for sciatica (leg pain) due to a disc herniation is usual. (1) Post-surgical back pain patients may discover that they have back pain after Lynchburg back surgery. What are some options? Spinal manipulation and exercise is one relieving option. The American College of Physicians and American Pain Society suggest spinal manipulation for low back pain relief. (2) One patient reported 89% improvement with 12 spinal manipulation sessions plus exercise. (3) A study of 69 post-surgical back pain patients cared for with Cox® Technic - like they are at Palmer Chiropractic Center – discovered that 81% of patients showed at least 50% reduction of pain at the end of 3 months of care. 78.6% of those patients had continued pain relief at 2 years’ follow up. (4) Lynchburg chiropractic relief for post-surgical back pain patients often meets a patient’s expectation of back pain relief. Palmer Chiropractic Center invites you or a suffering friend or family member to visit today.

Listen to this PODCAST on The Back Doctors’ Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson in which Dr. David Atiyeh shares the case of a patient who had undergone back surgery expecting pain relief and post-surgically found pain relief with chiropractic Cox® Technic care.

Palmer Chiropractic Center recommends extensor strengthening exercises when back pain patients are ready for them.

TIP OF THE MONTH:
Extension Exercise

Lynchburg back pain sufferers often experience relief by flexing forward just a bit, not flexing backward into extension. (Read the SPINE article May 2018 on our website about why!) Extension is not all bad. A healthy spine can extend. A healthy spine needs strong back muscles to support all its motions. Strengthening those extensor muscles to prevent Lynchburg back pain is essential. Research shows that lumbar spine extension weakness and extensor muscle deconditioning are found in Lynchburg chiropractic patients with chronic low back pain. (5) Why? Back muscles degenerate in back pain sufferers like spinal discs degenerate. (6) Add extension exercises into your day when your Lynchburg chiropractor tells you it’s appropriate. Palmer Chiropractic Center can help!

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