Back Pain Study Shows Great Results For This Treatment
Lacey / Olympia – Science is amazing. The pace that new treatments are developed with cutting-edge technology is mind boggling.
What is just as incredible is how sometimes research chows old treatments research shows old treatments are much more effective than once thought.
For example, a 2014 study published in Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics said this about a back pain treatment that is at least 120 years old: “The proportion of patients reporting clinically relevant improvement in this current study is surprisingly good, with nearly 70% of patients improved as early as 2 weeks after the start of their treatment. By 3 months, this figure was up to 90.5% and then stabilized at 6 months and 1 year.”
What’s the treatment?
The treatment is spinal manipulative therapy – and if you have back pain – you should know what else this study said…
“This study shows that patients with proven lumbar intervertebral disc herniation and compressive neuropathology that receive traditional chiropractic side posture manipulation is both safe and effective. The ultimate clinical effectiveness of about 90% is impressive when compared to any form of therapy, and with no reported serious side effects.
This study would suggest that all patients suffering from lumbar intervertebral disc herniation with compressive neuropathology should be treated with chiropractic spinal adjusting.”
Who Should Try This Treatment?
You are a good candidate for this treatment if you have: (1) Acute low back pain with or without leg pain, (2) low back pain with herniated or bulging disc – with or without leg pain. (3) chronic low back pain.
It is important to note that no one should expect the results from this study or any other study. All patients are different and all cases are individual.
That’s why it is important to be evaluated by a qualified physician to see if this treatment is right for you.
For that reason, Dr. David Warwick is offering complimentary consultations to back pain sufferers. If you would like a consultation, just call 360-951-4504. There is no cost or obligation and you will get your questions answered and find out if this treatment can help you. Contact Dr. David Warwick today!
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