Pain Management

Pain is an unpleasant, emotional and sensory experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage.

Physically – with sensation of discomfort

Emotionally – with feeling of dependency and hopelessness

Psychologically – with depression and dissolving self-esteem

Socially – with feelings of isolation

Occupationally – as tasks become more difficult to perform

It is imperative to manage your pain the best way possible to preserve your quality of life.

Chronic pain costs in the United States total an estimated $50 billion every year, making it the country’s most expensive health problem. An estimated 7 million people are partially or completely disable by back pain.

How’s YOUR back?

Most adults experience occasional back problems. Arthritis affects 40 million people and costs over billion dollars in lost income and health care every year. Another 45 million suffer chronic, recurrent headaches and spend $4 billion per year on medications. Chiropractors influence the body’s nervous and immune system by adjusting the spine and joints, thereby alleviating pain and bettering your general health.

Its effectiveness in administrating relief to back pain, headaches and other injuries and trauma has contributed to Chiropractic’s place as the second largest primary health care field in the world.

Pain Management