It can change your life from in pain to pain free. Try it. You might like it. Just think about a pain free life and what you would do. It is worth it.
Migraine occurs in about 15% of the general population. Migraine is usually managed by medication, but some patients do not tolerate migraine medication due to side effects or prefer to avoid medication for other reasons. Non-pharmacological management is an alternative treatment option. We systematically reviewed randomized clinical trials (RCTs) on manual therapies for migraine. The RCTs suggest that massage therapy, physiotherapy, relaxation and chiropractic spinal manipulative therapy might be equally effective as propranolol and topiramate in the prophylactic management of migraine. However, the evaluated RCTs had many methodological shortcomings. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10194-011-0296-6
A health care facility (Jordan Hospital) implemented a multidimensional spine care pathway (SCP) using the National Center for Quality Assurance (NCQA) Back Pain Recognition Program (BPRP) as its foundation. The findings for 518 consecutive patients were included. One hundred sixteen patients were seen once and triaged to specialty care; 7% of patients received magnetic resonance imagings. Four hundred thirty-two patients (83%) were classified and treated by doctors of chiropractic and/or physical therapists. Results for the patients treated by doctors of chiropractic were mean of 5.2 visits, mean cost per case of $302, mean intake pain rating score of 6.2 of 10, and mean discharge score of 1.9 of 10; 95% of patients rated their care as “excellent. https://lnkd.in/en-_Xxu
Evidence suggests that chiropractic care, including spinal manipulation, improves migraine and cervicogenic headaches. The type, frequency, dosage, and duration of treatment(s) should be based on guideline recommendations, clinical experience, and findings. Evidence for the use of spinal manipulation as an isolated intervention for patients with tension-type headache remains equivocal. http://www.jmptonline.org/article/S0161-4754%2811%2900068-6/fulltext
A 2011 prospective, multicenter, cohort study of upper cervical chiropractic care for neck pain, headache, mid-back, and low back pain. Results of the study found a mean score of 9.1 out of 10, indicating a very high level of patient satisfaction (Eriksen et al., 2011)
You too can experience satisfaction in finally getting some pain relief from your back or neck pain. call today at 334-514-7600.
Millions of people around the world have experienced the incredible benefits of chiropractic care, a holistic, non-invasive treatment approach that has been shown to help treat dozens of different conditions. One of the best things about receiving chiropractic adjustments is that they are a totally drug-free, surgery-free path to healing the body naturally. Chiropractic benefits including helping to naturally improve problems such as:
Radiating pain down arms or legs
Arthritis and joint pain
That is to just name a few.
When I was younger, I suffered a lot from migraines. It was so bad one day that I felt as if someone had hit me in the back of the head with a 2×4 and knocked me out. You have to understand, my little girls were 6 months and 1 1/2. I was out from 9 in the morning til 10 that night. When I came to, one of the first questions on my mind, is what time is it?
My little girl couldn’t answer that question and I couldn’t understand why is it dark out until I looked at the clock. Then I understood. The next question was where is the baby. My oldest replied that she is sleeping on the living room floor. I get up to see what has been going on since I have been out.
In the living room, in a scatter of toys, lie the baby sound asleep with a bottle and about three messy diapers. I asked my oldest how? She explained that she has been looking after her sister since I was asleep. She showed me the kitchen where the refrigerator door is open, milk spilled all over the floor, along with other food items. I asked her what she ate, and she showed me the cereal eaten, evidence also all over the floor. She also said she ate tomatoes but her sister didn’t.
As I listened to her tell me about her day with her sister, I couldn’t have been more proud of her than at that moment. I was also determined that this migraine problem needs to be fixed so that this doesn’t happen again.
After the flurry of medical professionals, I went to see a Chiropractor who showed on x-ray why I was having the migraines. He fixed that and a whole list of [I thought this was what old age felt like]at the age of 25. I have not suffered from migraines but do know the signs of when one is coming on and go to a Chiropractor immediately.
I was so impressed with what Chiropractic did for me, I became one. Come see for yourself what Chiropractic can do for you.
These chronic migraines are not “pop 2 aspirin and call me in the morning” headaches…… Chronic Migraines That’s me, that’s what I suffer with. Winter has been unkind to me, especially January through March, where very few days did I escape not having a migraine headache. The pulsating, throbbing head and face agony […]
When I grew up on the East Coast, I had little or no contact with chiropractors. Back then, most people I knew and most medical centers did not regard them as real medical practitioners. Years later, after I came out to the Mid-West, I found a much wider acceptance of chiropractors. Over the past 40 years of living in Minnesota and Wisconsin, I have known many people who have gone to chiropractors and who firmly believe that they were being helped. Most of the people I have known were suffering from back problems. Here is one comment regarding chiropractors from an obviously very satisfied patient:
“I go to a chiropractor irregularly, usually when my neck is bothering me. He uses heat, ultrasound, and massage therapy to undo the tension in my back and neck, caused by two vertebrae in my back that have been out of alignment since I was…
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Medical researchers at the University of Massachusetts compared the health outcomes and/or disability episodes of patients with work-related low back pain, depending on what type of provider they saw. They focused primarily on MD (medical physician), PT (physical therapist), and DC (chiropractor) care.
The disability statistics were quite interesting:
For PTs: HR = 2.0
For MDs: HR = 1.6
For DCs: HR = 1.0
Statistically, this means you are twice as likely to end up disabled if you got your care from a PT, rather than from a chiropractor.
You’re also 60% more likely to be disabled if you choose an MD to manage your care, rather than a chiropractor.
The medical authors concluded:
“In work-related nonspecific low back pain, the use of health maintenance care provided by physical therapist or physician services was associated with a higher disability recurrence than with chiropractic services or no treatment”.
Come see us first before you see any one else for your back pain. Call 334-514-7600 for your pain.
Evidence suggests that chiropractic care, including spinal manipulation, improves migraine and cervicogenic headaches. The type, frequency, dosage, and duration of treatment(s) should be based on guideline recommendations, clinical experience, and findings. Evidence for the use of spinal manipulation as an isolated intervention for patients with tension-type headache remains equivocal.
See for yourself whether Chiropractic is the answer to your migraine headaches. Call today 334-514-7600