Drug Combinations for Plainville Back Pain and Sciatica Not Effective

Wouldn’t it be nice to take a pill – or maybe better: a combination of pills! - and have your Plainville back pain or neck pain fade away immediately? You are not alone! Layden Chiropractic can understand. Pain disrupts our lives. Back pain keeps many Plainville back pain sufferers from working and from playing and from doing activities of daily living that must be done (dressing, cooking, walking, doing laundry, etc.). When back pain affects you or a loved one or friend, visit Layden Chiropractic for relief and chiropractic advice about pain management without drugs when or if drugs are not doing what you need or are not in your treatment plan.

NOT WELL SUPPORTED: DRUG COMBINATIONS

Incorporating drugs in the treatment plan may be successful for some back pain sufferers and not others. Pills may deliver relief for a few hours, days, weeks, months or not any. A recent Cochrane Review, one of the most highly respected medical review systems in the world, reported that a drug combination, though possibly better for more pain relief, for low back pain and sciatica is not supported. There is no clear evidence, as a matter of fact there is a shortage of studies and overall low quality of evidence, that backs combining drugs for low back pain and sciatica. Further, the risk of adverse effects is less with single drug therapy over combined. (1) Have you experienced a let-down from prescribed medications for your back pain? It is fine. Layden Chiropractic cares for back pain patients like you.

RECOMMENDED: SPINAL MANIPULATION

Layden Chiropractic’s use of the Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management which incorporates a specific type of spinal manipulation has assisted countless Plainville back pain sufferers realize back pain relief. Spinal manipulation is recommended as first line treatment of back pain by the American College of Physicians and the American Board of Family Physicians. (2) Cox® Technic has demonstrated in federally funded spinal research projects to drop intradiscal pressures, widen the intervertebral canal area, and increase disc height. (3,4) In clinical studies, Cox® Technic has shown that back pain relief happens in 29 days and 12 visits. Of course, more severe disc herniations and spinal stenosis may take longer than these averages, but relief comes. (5) For many back pain sufferers, 50% relief would be most welcome. What about you?        

RESEARCH SUPPORTED: CHONDROITIN SULFATE, TURMERIC AND CURCUMIN

To boost the relief and assist our Plainville back pain patients, Layden Chiropractic integrates supplements into the Plainville chiropractic treatment plan. Natural substances like spinal disc-supporting chondroitin sulfate – shown to have “genuine anti-inflammatory properties (6) - and back pain-relieving turmeric and curcumin come in handy in the short-term as well as long term. Layden Chiropractic is prepared to help you find the right combination of treatment ways to ease your back pain.

CONTACT Layden Chiropractic

Listen to this PODCAST with Dr. Dan Shuman on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson as he describes his pain relieving treatment following the guidelines of the Cox® Technic System for a patient suffering with sciatic leg pain.

Schedule your Plainville chiropractic appointment at Layden Chiropractic soon. Together, we’ll find the right combination to maximize your Plainville back pain relief. It is not a pill combination, but it is gentle and effective chiropractic care.

Layden Chiropractic uses research supported chiropractic care including spinal manipulation which may be found useful when non-research supported drug combinations don’t work.  
 
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