Satterwhite Chiropractic Shares Your 2024 Goal of Relief of Back Pain

A new goal for the new goal. We all aim for something new in a new year. For Oxford back pain patients, less back pain is a understandable goal with Satterwhite Chiropractic by your side. Back pain sufferers are certainly not alone, and research keeps producing and publishing hopeful reports of what does work so that both the back pain sufferer and the chiropractor - and other consulting healthcare providers – provide the optimal attention for the optimal outcome: less back pain. Start 2024 off right with Satterwhite Chiropractic’s assistance for back pain relief! We have lots of effective chiropractic services


Suggestions and recommendations run the gamut. Satterwhite Chiropractic hears about them all the time. Everyone from friends, family members, researchers, doctors, etc., have opinions and stories. In light of the inconsistency of back pain care recommendations, researchers suggest that the standardization of back pain care - exercise, spinal manipulation and opioid prescriptions – that may benefit back pain sufferers optimally. (1) We agree. We examin the research and combine it with our experience when developing an individualized treatment plan for our back pain patients. With the predicted growth of low back pain through 2050 – from 619 million people around the world to more than 800 million (2) – effective, research-documented, non-drug, non-surgical options for back pain are welcome, especially ones that are tested and documented to be beneficial.  A new paper was just published regarding the care for one type of back pain - continued back pain after back surgery also called failed back surgery syndrome (FBSS) - that often results in continued or increased opioid pain medication use.  The study found that FBSS patients treated with Cox® Flexion Distraction Decompression Manipulation described reduction or discontinuation of opioid use during an initial 3-month course of treatment. (3) That’s a positive outcome of a treatment approach to include in the standardized back pain treatment recommendations!


So what can our Oxford chiropractic patients do to limit their back pain and its impact on their lives? Sleep. Be active. Get to their appointments for spinal manipulation. Feedback from 2333 back pain sufferers listed that more sleep, less sedentariness, and increased moderate to vigorous intensity physical activity was beneficial. The authors described an example of how swapping 30 minutes of sedentary behavior for 30 minutes of sleep decreased low back pain frequency odds by 5% and pain intensity by 2%. Sleep is important! (4) So too is a visit to the Oxford chiropractor for spinal manipulation as it is listed in the recommendations by the American College of Physicians and The American Pain Society as having good evidence of effectiveness for low back pain along with exercise, CBT, and rehabilitation. (5) Satterwhite Chiropractic is experienced in providing gentle, safe spinal manipulation via Cox® Technic protocols, designing a simple exercise plan, and recommending therapy and/or more advance rehab as necessary or wanted. Trust us to help! Our Oxford back pain patients are in good hands.

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Listen to this PODCAST with Dr. James Cox, developer of The Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management, on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson as he shares the effectiveness of Cox Technic for back pain relief.

Schedule your Oxford chiropractic appointment now. Back pain sufferers wanting 2024 to be better are welcomed into our clinic. We will follow the research recommendations, blend in our clinical experience, and collaborate with you for a less painful 2024!

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