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Continued Toronto Chiropractic Care Benefits Back Pain Management

Regular Toronto chiropractic care. A helpful idea? Yep! Consider other helpful regular care ideas: Endocrinologists recommend that diabetics regularly check their blood sugars. Dentists recommend regular teeth cleanings a couple times annually to keep plaque at bay. Cardiologists at the American Heart Association recommend performing at least 150 minutes of moderate-to-vigorous aerobic physical activity a week to have an impact on heart health. Health experts recommend regular daily exercise for 150 minutes a week to maintain optimal health for the body.  Nutritionists recommend proper food intake daily: fruits, veggies, proteins, fats, etc., to nourish the body properly. Spinal manipulation for back pain relief is recommended by the American College of Physicians, American Pain Society, and the American Medical Association. (1,2) Chiropractors recommend spinal manipulation treatments regularly, too, not necessarily every day once the pain is under control, but regularly to prevent spine pain – back pain, neck pain, arm pain, leg pain. Yorkville Chiropractic and Wellness Centre treats many Toronto chiropractic patients on a regular basis, Toronto chiropractic patients who choose such care to maintain healthy and pain-free spines as best they can.

BACK PAIN STATS

80% of us humans will have no less than one episode of back pain in our lifetime. One in 3 of us experiences back pain this moment. Back pain is known to come and go not go away forever. Yorkville Chiropractic and Wellness Centre often informs patients that the current episode of back pain is gaining your attention for a reason. If for no other reason, it is begging for care. It won’t be disregarded. Your spine will appreciate an effective treatment plan to end the pain as well as a plan to keep it mobile and healthy.

CONTINUED CARE BENEFITS

That is where regular chiropractic care comes into play. Certainly our Toronto chiropractic patients understand that chiropractic care lessens back pain and neck pain and related extremity pain like arm and leg pain. They also understand that they don’t want to suffer with such pain again! While there is no guarantee that back pain or neck pain won’t come back, keeping that pain at bay and/or keeping its return to as mild as possible is a worthwhile goal as is a goal to be able to do daily activities as pain free and worry free as possible. A recent study called the Nordic Maintenance Care Program reported that such chiropractic maintenance care reduced the number of days of bothersome pain that reduced activities and increased the number of pain free weeks between episodes. These outcomes may well help patients and doctors realistically temper their expectations of care. Maintenance care is not a cure, doesn’t avert new episodes necessarily, but it is a plan to decrease life-routine disrupting pain for back pain sufferers with recurrent and persistent low back pain. (3) For these Toronto back pain patients, Yorkville Chiropractic and Wellness Centre is here.

Listen to this PODCAST with Dr. Joel Dixon  on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson as he describes how 20 years of maintenance care benefited his veteran patient contain his back pain so that he could live his life the way he wants to live it.

CONTACT Yorkville Chiropractic and Wellness Centre

Schedule a Toronto chiropractic appointment at Yorkville Chiropractic and Wellness Centre today. Incorporate regular chiropractic care as part of your overall healthcare plan for your spine’s health.

Yorkville Chiropractic and Wellness Centre offers continued chiropractic care (aka maintenance care) as it is research-documented as effective. 
 
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