Plainville Exercise and Spinal Manipulation Recommended for Older Adult Back Pain

Geriatric back pain patients find relief with combined chiropractic care: spinal manipulation and mobilization plus exercise. That’s what new best practices guidelines recommend. Surprised? Of course not! Your Plainville chiropractor treats your spine, and you take care of your spine! Together, your Plainville chiropractor and you the Plainville back pain sufferer create a great spine care team. Layden Chiropractic is your local Plainville chiropractic care center where Plainville back pain patients meet their Plainville chiropractor to design a treatment plan to relieve pain as well as a plan to prevent future back pain.

A recent high-level research review restates that spinal manipulation is a safe way to relieve back pain in older adults. Layden Chiropractic appreciates this confirmation! How did they do this? Researchers reviewed all published articles from 7 years to update current recommendations. Thirty-seven panelists participated in this best practices guidelinesupdate and review. Conclusively, they approved current statements regarding the best practices for chiropractic care of older adults with back pain. They reinforced the current statement about how safe spinal manipulation is for older back pain patients. The panel added two supplementary recommendations that (1) chiropractors should suggest exercise to back pain patients who are older and (2) manipulation and mobilization influence general positive outcomes beyond pain reduction. (1) Layden Chiropractic concurs! Plainville chiropractic patients frequently seek care that will reduce their back pain. Then, they discover Plainville chiropractic care that goes beyond just back pain relief. Chiropractic incorporation of nutrition, exercise, and wellness care allows them to embrace a healthier way of life.

This chiropractic care begins with back pain relief. The spinal manipulation method Layden Chiropractic applies is called Cox Technic. From the research studies about this approach, it’s known that radiculopathy (leg pain), chronic moderate/severe back pain and recurrent mild back pain (pain than comes and goes) respond better to chiropractic Cox Technic than to medical conservative care. This study also demonstrated that chronic/recurrent – back pain that returns several times a year – responds better to exercise. (2) Layden Chiropractic recognizes that exercise is important to manage back pain and prevent future back pain. Layden Chiropractic encourages all our Plainville chiropractic patients to help themselves with exercise.

Schedule your Plainville chiropractic visit with Layden Chiropractic to talk about Plainville back pain relief and prevention in older adults with Plainville chiropractic care and appropriate Plainville exercise. Your Plainville chiropractor and you will collaborate as well as recommended spinal manipulation and exercise do to safely and effectively reduce low back pain.

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