Pain: It's Hurting More Than Just You

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If you're alive and reading this there's a 100% chance you've done some physical labor. Low back pain is the common result from physical labor, and if your job involves physical labor, you're likely to experience this pain. In fact, having a strenuous job or not, 80% of the U.S. Population complains of low back pain.

Those of you that work in physical labor can sometimes be excused when low back pain becomes too intense; however, for all of you that work at a desk, this excuse isn't likely to land you any days off. If you're considering taking time off of work because of this low back pain, it is definitely affecting more than just you; it's important to correct this issue instead of just popping some pain killers. 

Fortunately, most employers are focusing more on ergonomics and the physical fitness of their employees. The strategy helps to solve these neck and back pain issues, but what is really needed is to keep employees mental healthy as well. If you are constantly struggling with back pain, there's a good chance it's causing mental stress and affecting your general mood. 

How can you solve this issue? How can you reduce the pain?

Taking pain pills just reduces the messages of pain your body is sending you. The pain is still there; you're just not feeling it anymore. Long-term effects can ruin your back, not to mention the stomach issues that can come with abusing pain pills. Chiropractic care and frequent chiropractic adjustments can help to solve the symptoms and help you avoid the irritating pain. This, in turn, will lessen the stress you feel and help you on your way to increased job satisfaction. 

We provide advanced spinal correction utilizing "state of the art" chiropractic techniques. Never in the history of chiropractic have we been able to provide the level of help and expertise that now exists. These newer correction methods are even safer, more comfortable and more effective than ever before. As a Doctor of Chiropractic, I have years of training and experience in spinal adjustment and would love to help you alleviate pain.