Lynchburg back pain patients may find themselves a bit
depressed when the back pain lingers longer than they wanted.
Chiropractic can help both the pain and the depression.
back pain and neck pain may be related to work-related
stress and helped with a comprehensive chiropractic treatment plan.
pain sufferers may choose back surgery because it is paid for by
health insurance more generously than chiropractic care despite new back pain
care guidelines recommending non-surgical treatment.
disc herniation may cause abdominal pain and other gastrointestinal issues that
are unexplainable. Palmer Chiropractic Center treats thoracic disc herniations.
The Lynchburg chiropractic care at Palmer Chiropractic Center follows the guidelines of the world-researched system of back pain relief, Cox®
Palmer Chiropractic Center presents realistic expectations of back pain treatment which are not likely 100%
but are likely to improve their quality of life.
Palmer Chiropractic Center
offers non-surgical spine pain relief many times without MRI and
often to avoid back surgery.
Palmer Chiropractic Center helps patients discover peace
with back pain relief as well as relief of back pain fear and depression.
The Lynchburg back pain patient may consider back
surgery for a herniated disc, a decision that deserves careful thought.
The Lynchburg chiropractic treatment plan outcomes
are founded on a person’s exercise routine, strength, balance, and a few other