Getting Help With My Back
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Getting Help With My Back

As soon as I tweaked my back, I knew that I had a serious problem. I couldn't stand up straight and the pain was excruciating. I tried to hobble to the car, but I realized that I would need help. That day, my wife drove me to the nearest chiropractor, and that doctor helped me more than I thought was possible. After evaluating my condition, he informed me that I had a herniated disc in my back. In addition to adjusting my back to alleviate the pressure, the doctor also recommended some strengthening exercises that he said would help. These days, I can walk pain-free because of my chiropractor. Check out this blog to learn how a chiropractor can help you.

Getting Help With My Back

  • 3 Tips To Help You Naturally Treat Your Pain

    15 March 2016

    When people are in pain, they will often turn to their primary care physician. In some cases, their PCP will refer them to a chiropractor. However, if you're looking to try to relieve your pain naturally before visiting a health care provider, here are four things you may want to consider giving a try: 1. Look for Foods That Are High in Resveratrol. According to scientific researchers from a University in Arizona, resveratrol has the ability to treat both acute and chronic pain.

  • Three Things You Can Expect During Your First Acupuncture Treatment

    15 March 2016

    One of the benefits of seeking the care of a chiropractor for any number of health ailments is that this health professional believes in complementary therapies. This means that he or she will often recommend that you visit other health practitioners—sometimes in the same health facility—for care that can augment the benefits you're receiving during your chiropractic adjustments. One of these recommended therapies can be acupuncture, which might make you feel a little nervous if you haven't previously experienced it.

  • 3 Chiropractic Techniques For Back Pain

    12 March 2016

    While medication and exercise both play important roles in managing back pain, seeing a chiropractor could provide the extra pain relief that you have been looking for. Here are three techniques that chiropractors use to treat back pain. Massage Therapy Massage therapy is most effective for back pain that results from excess tension in the soft tissues around the spine. Chiropractic massage relaxes muscles, tendons, and ligaments in the back to provide temporary relief from pain.

  • 2 Natural Bath Soaks To Relieve Soreness After A Chiropractic Adjustment

    11 March 2016

    If you are suffering from back pain and aches, then a chiropractic adjustment can be used to relieve some of the tension that is being placed on your spine. A chiropractic adjustment is designed to align your body and spine in order to reduce any stress that may be causing your aches. A chiropractor will perform a series of movements and adjustments. If you are new to getting a chiropractic adjustment, then you may find yourself feeling sore after the procedure has been done.

  • 3 Ways In Which Chiropractors Treat Neck Injuries

    9 March 2016

    Before choosing a treatment for your neck injury, a chiropractor will usually perform a few quick intake methods, including asking you a few questions and determining the source and location of your pain. After this is completed, he or she will determine the best course of action for treating your neck injury. Throughout the course of this primer, you will learn just a few ways in which chiropractors commonly treat neck injuries.