Are you sick of being instructed to perform exercises for your lower back pain or neck pain by your Plainville chiropractor? Sure you are! Quite a few of our Plainville back pain and neck pain patients are. It's almost natural to ignore the need to do our spine exercises so that we can watch TV, relax, have some fun with friends, etc. ANYTHING BUT HAVING TO DO THOSE CRAZY BACK EXERCISES - TOO BORING!!! Well, you know what Layden Chiropractic would tell you ("Do them!"), but what do the reports say about performing them?
Let's start by looking at the degree of lower back pain suffering and it existing as a worldwide health problem influencing up to 80% of adult population. Then, you'll see that vital care must be supplied to all of us in Plainville and around the world to obstruct back pain as well as treat it. Layden Chiropractic's chiropractic services and exercises are vital to deal with it physically while back school demonstrates effectiveness for people with chronic non-specific low back pain in managing the psychological factors that are often associated in its development and maintenance.
To begin with, a study by Davarian et al shows that patients with chronic low back pain and clinical instability showed lower muscle exertion and higher or quicker "time to fatigue" compared to healthy subjects. Strength training of trunk extensor muscles can be thought of as part of the treatment protocol for chronic low back pain. (1)
- "Progressive Dynamic Spine Stabilization Exercise Protocols", when performed in the thoracic spine (the middle spine from the mid-shoulder area to the lower back), trigger improved postural stability which were designed for different spinal segments.
- Thoracic spine exercises can be thought of an unseen source for improving overall postural stability, weight distribution, and somatosensory reactions, too. (2)
Then, a research study consisting of fifty patients with chronic non-specific lower back pain who were randomly allocated to a group:
- Treatment Group participated to an intensive, multidisciplinary Back School program.
- Control Group received medical assistance.
Well, you know how some of us elderly Plainville folks, as we age, experience a feeling of imbalance and sometimes bump into walls. Well, a little Plainville exercise may well reverse this imbalance trend. But merging proprioceptive-type exercises with a training class called “Back School” has great advantage for the chronic low back pain patient. This specific back pain analysis shows this to be true:
Significant improvements in terms of quality of life, disability and pain were reported in the treatment group patients.
These results point out that Back School has positive effects physically and mentally. (3)
As you, the low back pain sufferer or friend or family of one, know: back pain may be disheartening. Therefore, Layden Chiropractic understands the importance of teaching the lower back pain patient to avoid back pain triggers and encourages a beneficial home exercise program to correct the postural stability of the patient.
Pain relief is our goal. But Layden Chiropractic strives to treat the whole patient with a combined approach of our non-surgical treatment with Cox Technic and patient education to alleviate low back pain and its other side-effects.
So, contact Layden Chiropractic to implement this healing art of chiropractic care now.