Spine Care with Lynchburg Chiropractic is Beneficial

Spine pain. Back pain. Neck pain. Lynchburg chiropractic care at Palmer Chiropractic Center relieves pain. Your Lynchburg chiropractor enjoys being the spine specialist, the back pain specialist, and would embrace the role of being the Lynchburg primary spine practitioner for Lynchburg back pain and neck pain sufferers. Your Lynchburg chiropractor is confident in the growing-in-popularity chiropractic care protocols offered at Palmer Chiropractic Center to relieve spine pain.


Certainly, your Lynchburg chiropractor is well able and appreciates the prospect of being the primary spine practitioner as described in a recent spine research paper. The primary spine practitioner would be expected to be gifted in diagnosis and treatment as well as conservative management of spine pain plus coordinating and communicating well with fellow healthcare providers as required. (1) That’s the chiropractor, your Lynchburg chiropractor! Many US adults already think of chiropractic as safe and effective for back pain and neck pain relief. (1) Lynchburg chiropractic patients know this!


Chiropractic grows in popularity among healthcare users including those in Lynchburg. Back pain management systems that include care coordination between a primary care provider and a chiropractor resulted in low back pain and disability improvement. Patients getting chiropractic care in these systems reported significantly better improvement, overall health and quality of life in addition to satisfaction with care versus a primary care management system only. (2) Chiropractic care was the most used form of treatment in a Center for Complementary Medicine in an integrated healthcare system, being utilized by nearly 67% of patients with acupuncture (18%) and massage (15%) following behind it in utilization. Patients sought care for spine pain frequently and 59% had seen their medical physician first, 59% had not used complementary medicine options before, and 60% had used medications. More than 33% of patients referred themselves for this type of care. (3) Many Lynchburg chiropractic patients do the same.


Clinicians believe that chiropractic spinal manipulative therapy lessens the incidence of acute lumbar disc herniation by about 60%. Chiropractors are most optimistic in their belief that chiropractic spinal manipulation helps decrease the chance of lumbar disc herniation; spine surgeons were more pessimistic. (4) Chiropractors’ confidence is sound as a new study reports that the risk of disc herniation is no higher with chiropractic care than with primary medical care. Patients seek care from both types of providers before acute lumbar disc herniation arose resulting in a surgery. (5) Lynchburg back pain patients are invited to turn to Palmer Chiropractic Center to prevent such occurrences!


Listen in to this PODCAST of a patient’s experience with chiropractic care that had a major impact in his struggle with a disc herniation and kept him from back surgery!

Schedule your Lynchburg chiropractic appointment to experience relief in the hands of your Lynchburg chiropractor whose confidence is not unfounded in the field of spine pain, back pain and neck pain relief!

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