Beneficial Plainville Chiropractic Care for Relief of Pain

How many health professionals have you visited for your current pain condition [[whether be it back, neck, leg or arm pain? Many Plainville chiropractic patients who come to Layden Chiropractic for the first time will tell us that they have consulted with many other healthcare practitioners with some relief or hardly any relief. Layden Chiropractic talks with many frustrated, in-pain people…and helps many of them, too.


Patients with chronic pain get help from shared medical consultations focused on a multidisciplinary, nonpharmacological treatment approach. The contributing integrative and lifestyle medical pros shared education about non-pharmacological approaches, the causes of pain, and how pain influences lifestyle choices. Suggested care methods included chiropractic, yoga, medication, breathing, hypnotherapy, acupuncture, massage, and cognitive behavioral therapy. Patients had less pain and better measures of physical, mental, and social health without increased use of opioids. (1) These kinds of outcomes render such integration of services in Plainville healthcare quite inviting! Layden Chiropractic is prepared to participate!


Many healthcare systems today now support patients’ wanting to use complementary and integrative health options – self-care - for pain management as well as their recommendations – practitioner-delivered care. (2) Particularly, Centers for Complementary Medicine (CCM) are integrated healthcare delivery systems. More than a third of patients referred themselves for care at CCMs. The number one condition that CCM patients listed was spine and truncal pain (70.5%). Chiropractic was the most common type of care. (3) Layden Chiropractic welcomes patients who want care they know will help. Layden Chiropractic recognizes the value of integrating tools into the daily routines of Plainville back pain patients that will assist them in controlling the pain instead of letting the pain control them and their lives.


To most positively help patients seeking relief of their back pain, integrated healthcare delivery systems persist in embracing chiropractic care for the benefit of and to meet the demand for such care by their back and neck pain patients. Why? Back and neck pain continue to lead the list of causes of disability around the world. Chiropractors are experienced and deliver non-drug treatment that meets published clinical guidelines of care. Researchers note that improving collaboration between chiropractic and medical physicians or integrating chiropractors into medical settings like hospitals or community health centers will enhance access to evidence-based care for musculoskeletal pain conditions. (4) Evidence-based care utilizes the best evidence from research to form clinical treatment decisions that result in patient satisfaction. That is what Layden Chiropractic and its use of the chiropractic treatment system, the Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management, delivers: evidence-based care.

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Listen to this PODCAST by Dr. Lee Hazen on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson as he described his integrative medical practice and its benefits for his patients as he is able to naturally integrate the Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management.

Make a non-surgical Plainville chiropractic care appointment with Layden Chiropractic. No matter how many healthcare providers you have consulted for your current pain condition, your Plainville chiropractor at Layden Chiropractic is ready to add to your overall healthcare plan for pain relief.

Layden Chiropractic offers chiropractic care as an addition to your current healthcare plan for back and neck pain relief. 
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