My clients and I have been saying it for years, but workers’ compensation chooses to ignore it. Now, a recent study conducted by medical and healthcare professionals outside the chiropractic profession concludes chiropractic care to be more effective for common, work-related, low back pain, when compared to treatment by a physical therapist or physician. Overall,.
I have known it for years, but a recent study confirms it–chiropractic care provides great benefit to back pain. Back pain in the second leading reason for ambulatory visits and one of the top reasons people are out of work. A recent study, “Perceived Benefit of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) for Back Pain” printed.
Low back pain is one of the most common reasons people seek medical care, and both degenerative and herniated discs – also referred to as slipped discs or ruptured discs – are common causes of that pain. Herniated discs occur when the tough outer layer of cartilage cracks, allowing pieces of the softer inner material.
After a car accident, workers’ compensation accident or other personal injury matter, many people have recommendations for spinal manipulation and massage. The January issue of Mayo Clinic Women’s HealthSource discusses the uses and benefits of massage and spinal manipulation for reduction of pain and restoration of spinal movement. According to the article, massage can help.
Whether it is from a car accident, workers comp claim or other event, chiropractic care provides significant relief to many people each year. As a personal injury attorney, I have seen the benefits of chiropractic care on my clients. In acknowledgment of their service to my clients, I want all to know that October is.