Cross Chiropractic Center’s chiropractic spinal manipulation relieves neck, shoulder and arm pain. Medical research is calling for more conservative, non-surgical care of such pain. Plus, there are even prognostic factors to determine if chiropractic spinal manipulation will benefit your neck pain, shoulder pain, and arm pain. Such indicators may even identify if the pain and disability you suffer will be relieved with chiropractic care. Cross Chiropractic Center examines, diagnoses and treats neck pain and related shoulder and arm pain with the gentlest of care.
Trust our Sandy Springs chiropractor and our chiropractic services to relieve your pain.
How? Conservatively. No drugs or surgery. Why should you consider Cross Chiropractic Center as your Sandy Springs neck pain relief center? Our non-surgical care. A new research article just came out stating that even a cervical spine disc herniation may resorb without surgery. It recommends conservative treatment of the cervical disc herniation for 2 months before surgical intervention is considered, unless, of course, there are certain neurological signs to indicate earlier need. (1) We know those signs and will certainly discuss them with you and refer you, if needed, to a Sandy Springs spine surgeon.
Now, if you are a Sandy Springs patient with neck pain, shoulder, and/or arm pain, you may have already tried various forms of pain and disability relief such as drugs, massage, traction, and even back surgery in an attempt to gain relief of your neck pain. (Be sure to tell Cross Chiropractic Center about all of these!) So, it may be comforting to know that in a study of 81 patients with neck pain who underwent an examination and then received spinal manipulation of the neck and thoracic spine, 50 (62%) had a successful outcome after receiving spinal manipulation we chiropractors perform. (2)
So, contact Cross Chiropractic Center to get relief and meet with your Sandy Springs chiropractor to relieve your neck, shoulder and/or arm pain with our gentle, safe care.
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