Oxford Spinal Manipulation Recommended for Oxford Back Pain Relief

Now is the time for the back pain specialist doing spinal manipulation to shine. Back pain specialists - like your Oxford chiropractor - and back pain researchers more frequently recommend spinal manipulation for back pain relief as the non-surgical, non-pharmacological method to try. Spinal manipulation obtains increased endorsements from healthcare professions as the recommended care for back pain. And Satterwhite Chiropractic knows why: spinal manipulation works with little danger of difficulties and generates real outcomes Oxford back pain patients desire like getting back to their jobs or taking their daily walks or playing with grandkids and kids. Satterwhite Chiropractic is experienced in delivering Cox® Technic, the evidence-based spinal manipulation system of back pain care. Isn’t now the time for you or your Oxford back pain suffering loved one to seek spinal manipulation from the Oxford back pain specialist at Satterwhite Chiropractic?


Spine researchers and authors recommend spinal manipulation and define what that is. After reviewing studies that spinal manipulative therapy improved low back pain with benefits that maintained for up to 6 weeks and was cost effective, the American College of Physicians integrated spinal manipulation in its recommendations for acute, subacute and chronic low back pain treatment. (1) Spinal manipulation is treatment of spine and pelvic related joints while manipulative therapy is treatment of other body joints comprising upper and lower extremities to increase pain and function. For back pain, The Pain Task Force of the Academic Consortium for Integrative Medicine and Health recommended both as the evidence-based non-pharmacological means for pain relief. (1)  In order to distinguish flexion distraction from high velocity low amplitude (HVLA) thrust adjusting, researchers describe it as low velocity low amplitude (LVLA) or low velocity variable amplitude (LVVA) spinal manipulation. Researchers have confirmed a pain-relieving effect of LVVA spinal manipulation. (2) Any way it is described, flexion distraction spinal manipulation is a gentle spinal manipulation procedure. It produces clinical outcomes favorable for Oxford back pain patients.


For lumbar spinal stenosis, gentle spinal manipulation is helpful. Distraction manipulation and neural mobilization look to be positive treatment techniques to better disability for spinal stenosis patients. 66.7% of patients in one study rated overall treatment  improvement at 65.1%. On follow up (16.5 months), 73.2% of them rated their improvement at 75.6%. (3) Satterwhite Chiropractic seeks at least 50% improvement in the first month of care. Medicine explains that 30% relief of pain after its care is good. (4) Satterwhite Chiropractic takes care of Oxford back pain patients with lumbar spinal stenosis routinely using Cox Technic. Satterwhite Chiropractic appreciates seeing the joy of pain relief for Oxford spinal stenosis sufferers all the time.

Whatever it’s called, Cox® Technic is a gentle, effective system of back pain and neck pain relief used at Satterwhite Chiropractic. Oxford back pain and leg pain patients vouch for the relief they get! Listen to this PODCAST in which a patient describes his joy at finding neck pain relief.

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Satterwhite Chiropractic uses spinal manipulation to get relief from Oxford back pain. 
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