Lynchburg Exercise and Spinal Manipulation Recommended for Older Adult Back Pain

Geriatric back pain patients benefit from combined chiropractic care: spinal manipulation and mobilization plus exercise. That is what new best practices guidelines recommend. Shocked? Not likely! Your Lynchburg chiropractor takes care of your spine, and you treat your spine! Together, your Lynchburg chiropractor and you the Lynchburg back pain sufferer make a great spine care team. Palmer Chiropractic Center is your local Lynchburg chiropractic care center where Lynchburg back pain patients meet their Lynchburg chiropractor to form a treatment plan to relieve pain as well as future back pain prevention plan.

A new high-level research review reiterates that spinal manipulation is a safe way to relieve back pain in older adults. Palmer Chiropractic Center values this confirmation! How did they do this? Researchers reviewed all published articles from 7 years to update current recommendations. Thirty-seven panelists participated in this best practices guidelinesreview and update. In the end, they reached agreement on current statements about the best practices for chiropractic care of back pain in older adults. They reinforced the current statement about the safety of spinal manipulation for these patients. The panel inserted two additional recommendations that (1) chiropractors should advise exercise to back pain patients who are older and (2) manipulation and mobilization do more than just reduce pain; they improve overall outcomes of care. (1) Palmer Chiropractic Center concurs! Lynchburg chiropractic patients frequently look for care to eliminate their back pain. Then, they find Lynchburg chiropractic care that does more than just back pain relief. Chiropractic incorporation of nutrition, exercise, and wellness care allows them to welcome a healthier way of life.

This chiropractic care starts with back pain relief. The spinal manipulation approach Palmer Chiropractic Center applies is known as Cox Technic. From the research studies concerning this approach, it is published that radiculopathy (leg pain), chronic moderate/severe back pain and recurrent mild back pain (pain than comes and goes) respond better to chiropractic Cox Technic than to medical conservative care. This study also showed that chronic/recurrent – back pain that returns several times a year – reacts better to exercise. (2) Palmer Chiropractic Center knows exercise is important to control back pain and prevent future back pain. Palmer Chiropractic Center encourages all our Lynchburg chiropractic patients to help themselves with exercise.

Schedule your Lynchburg chiropractic appointment with Palmer Chiropractic Center to talk about Lynchburg back pain relief and prevention in older adults with Lynchburg chiropractic care and suitable Lynchburg exercise. Your Lynchburg chiropractor and you will work together as well as recommended spinal manipulation and exercise do to safely and effectively reduce low back pain.

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