Oxford Lumbar Spine Stenosis:
The Oxford Chiropractic
Satterwhite Chiropractic treats and relieves Oxford spinal
stenosis! Oxford spinal stenosis patients come through the door all
the time. Satterwhite Chiropractic has a system of care to help Oxford
spinal stenosis patients even though there still isn’t an
agreed upon way to treat Oxford
lumbar spine stenosis for all [[sufferers of spinal stenosis|spinal
stenosis sufferers]. Satterwhite Chiropractic bases its care on some well documented details
in the spine research. Oxford back surgery patients have more complications from treatment than non-surgical patients for lumbar
spine stenosis. Back surgery resulted in no significant differences the first 6 post-surgical months compared
with conservative treatment. Disability scores were higher for
surgical patients at 12 and 24 months. (1) Another review of spinal manipulation and mobilization effects on the spine and
its painful discs reported that there is a change in water
flow in the disc to keep it healthy. (2) What’s a
Oxford spinal stenosis patients to do? The treatment plan is not clear
or the same for every patient with spinal stenosis. There are many influencing
elements affecting this decision, but with non-surgical care,
the complication rates and downtime from life are not as high. These
factors contribute to Satterwhite Chiropractic’s
choosing to use the Cox Technic system of spine care for treating
Oxford spinal stenosis. Chiropractic Cox® Technic is gentle, safe,
evidence-based spinal manipulation and mobilization treatment for lumbar spinal
stenosis due to all sorts of causes from disc
herniation to synovial cyst. Satterwhite Chiropractic looks forward to conferring
with you about how Oxford chiropractic may reduce
your back pain.
TIP OF THE MONTH: Vitamin D and Calcium Prevent Falls
As we age, falls are concerning as are the
fractures that may ensue. Fall prevention strategies often are
around exercise, balance/proprioception, and addressing depression and dizziness.
Nutrition might be another helpful factor! Supplementation with vitamin D
and calcium significantly lessens the risk of a fall. Taking D2 or
D3 alone did not have such an effect. (3) Simple enough! Any little bit will help!
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