Cross Chiropractic Center Works to Deliver Back Pain Relief Goals You Want

Results. Pain Relief. That is what our Sandy Springs back pain and neck pain patients want from our Sandy Springs chiropractic care. Cross Chiropractic Center realizes this and provides this with reasonable expectations lining up with what our spine pain patients want. Relief is feasible. We will discuss how, how much, and when.

PATIENT INPUT REGARDING WHAT RELIEF MEANS

Cross Chiropractic Center keeps our back pain and neck pain patients at the center of care. We listen to what our Sandy Springs chiropractic patients want to do that they cannot do now. It is sensible to put such a goal/goals at the center of care! A review of 12 studies regarding the non-surgical care of chronic low back pain explains that patient-led goal setting is important in and of itself as a treatment element to attaining desired back pain relief. (1) This is longed-for news to the millions of annual chronic low back pain sufferers. They can help in their own relief! That is why we ask our Sandy Springs back pain and neck pain sufferers what they want to do that they miss doing now. The one thing - or several things – our patients want to do are motivating for us both1!

SURGICAL OR NON-SURGICAL

Cross Chiropractic Center purposely wants to establish realistic expectations that motivate all of us. Many Sandy Springs back pain sufferers wonder if surgery is better/quicker than non-surgical, chiropractic spinal manipulative care. A recent article offers a few ideas on surgery for lumbar disc herniation due to pre- and post-surgery issues: (A) evidence that immune/auto-immunity may play a role in spontaneous resolution of a lumbar disc herniation, (B) recorded long-term complications of lumbar spine fusion (adjacent segment disease, implant failure, etc.), (C) systemic and local reactions to metal instrumentation, (D) unclear parameters as to when and for what conditions spinal implant removal is warranted, and (E) postoperative lumbar spinal stiffness. (2) With these ideas in mind, let’s look at another report that focuses on the immediate beneficial effects of spinal mobilization for low back pain sufferers: reduced muscle stiffness, elasticity, and tone. The researchers acknowled that baseline stiffness, BMI, waist circumference and sex may impact the outcomes. (3) At Cross Chiropractic Center, our Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management is shown beneficial for a range of patient conditions.

HOW CHIROPRACTIC CAN HELP WITH RELIEF…AND IN WHAT TIMEFRAME

Sandy Springs chiropractic care of back and neck pain addresses a variety of spinal conditions in patients of all sizes and shapes. Published studies about Cox® Technic measured how spinal stiffness may play a role in positive outcomes. Spinal manipulation via Cox® Technic may be delivered in the gentlest manner in several doctor-controlled situations that are comfortable for the patient. Exercise and nutrition complement the treatment plan. (For wine lovers, new nutritional research stated the benefits of reservatrol and its anti-oxidant effects in slowing the progression of intervertebral disc degeneration at the mitochondrial cell level by eliminating reactive oxygen species! (4)) Cross Chiropractic Center has a way to help our patients get what they want: results.

CONTACT Cross Chiropractic Center

Listen to this PODCAST with Dr. Robert Patterson on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson as he illustrates the realistic expectations regarding the treatment outcomes of The Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management.

Schedule your Sandy Springs chiropractic appointment today. We are anxious to hear what you want to do, what you miss doing, and what you expect from chiropractic care so that we may meet those goals together realistically. Set up your appointment soon!

Cross Chiropractic Center works hard to deliver the back pain relief and neck pain relief that spine pain sufferers want. 
 
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