Pain can interfere with almost every aspect of life. However, managing pain with drugs is often a short-term solution at best. Drugs can use lose efficacy over time and even cause damage to your body. Pain management from our chiropractor can be an effective, drug-free solution to your problem.
Whether you are suffering from an auto accident injury or recovering from surgery, chiropractic care can help. Our chiropractor near Grand Rapids can help you with neck and back pain, but also other joint pain and muscle aches. Studies show that chiropractic care is effective at treating many kinds of back and neck pain, but it is also used to manage pain from a wide variety of other conditions.
There are a number of methods that are used in managing pain through chiropractic care:
Spinal manipulation is the classic therapy that most people think of when they hear ‘chiropractic care’. However, chiropractors also manipulate other joints and muscle groups. Our chiropractor in Grand Rapids can help people understand and avoid the things that are causing them pain through lifestyle counseling and postural screening. We also help people who would benefit from losing weight or eating better, through nutritional counseling.
Corrective exercises are exercises that may be used to strengthen and stretch muscle groups that may be contributing to or causing conditions such as back and neck pain. Massage therapy helps relax tense muscles and can often provide immediate pain relief. In almost all cases, patients benefit most from a combination of these options.
The Chiropractic Doctors can provide a skilled Grand Rapids chiropractor to help you find non-invasive, drug-free pain relief. Whether you are dealing with the aftermath of an auto accident injury, back pain, neck pain, or other joint pain, we can put together a treatment plan for you.
Call our office to book your next appointment, and discover why The Chiropractic Doctors are consistently rated 5 stars by your neighbors!
This article was reviewed and approved by Dr. Matthew Phinney.