Lynchburg chiropractic. Lynchburg back
pain. Lynchburg neck pain. Lynchburg leg pain. Lynchburg
arm pain. Lynchburg relief. They all
go together! In the healthcare system as well as within the chiropractic
patient community, the reputation of chiropractic grows. What’s behind this trend? It is effective. How? Chiropractic care researchers keep
studying and documenting the methods of relief. And these researchers
publish new findings constantly.
Palmer Chiropractic Center keeps up-to-date with these new studies and describes
them with the Lynchburg chiropractic patients and healthcare
colleagues every chance possible!
Chiropractic Use Grows
In the US and around the world, chiropractic
is one of the largest manual therapy professions. (1)
Chiropractic provides back pain specialists to deal
with musculoskeletal issues and more. A 10 year review of data shows
that lifetime use of chiropractic was 24% while use of chiropractic
in the past year was 8.4%. 63% of visits were for back pain while
30.2% were for neck pain. A majority of the chiropractic
patients say that chiropractic really
helps their health problem as well as their overall well-being and health. (1) Palmer Chiropractic Center hears Lynchburg chiropractic patients mention
the same thing! And the Lynchburg back pain and neck pain patients are
even more excited about
their Lynchburg chiropractic pain relief at Palmer Chiropractic Center.
Chiropractic in Healthcare
As chiropractic continues to grow, its place in healthcare
will integrate with other forms of care more. Historically,
chiropractic is grounded in the
biopsychosocial model of health care; chiropractic considers
patient care by looking at the whole patient: the body, mind and
social factors. (2) The Lynchburg back pain patient is certainly
more than his or her pain! Palmer Chiropractic Center recognizes and looks at the whole person.
What Makes Chiropractic Effective?
Chiropractic care may be as successful as it
is in function improvement and reducing
pain in chronic pain patients owing to the research
results that 12 weeks of chiropractic increased
suppression of the sensory evoked potentials irritated by
nerve stimulation in the brain (motor cortex, premotor areas, and/or
subcortical areas like basal ganglia and/or thalamus). Researchers found
marked drops in patients’
visual analog scale scores after chiropractic care. (3) Interesting!
Chiropractic care is extensive in its effects!
Schedule a Lynchburg chiropractic visit soon
for all your musculoskeletal issues of back pain, neck pain, arm pain, leg pain
and more. Relief awaits you!
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