Oxford Chiropractic Care Works for Those Who Have Access and Use It

Access and concordance. Agreement with the plan and access to the plan. These are the keys to favorable outcomes with chiropractic care. In Oxford, access to chiropractic is simple. Satterwhite Chiropractic invites back pain and neck pain sufferers to share their pain symptoms honestly to develop a pain relieving treatment plan which they will follow.


Chiropractic services for neck and back pain have been shown effective as many randomized clinical trials have been completed. Chiropractic services are established as effective for back and neck pain relief. A recent study describes the satisfaction of patients who either adhere to the proposed treatment frequency guidelines or do not. Neck pain and back pain patients described as “concordant” (5 or more visits during any 2-month time period or at least 12 visits during the year) or “discordant” (not having 5 or more visits in a 2-month time period or 12 visits in a year) who were also further defined by other demographics were followed. Most chiropractic users with diagnosed neck or back pain were said to be “discordant” with treatment frequency guidelines and their healthcare bills for chiropractic care were only $434 versus $2555 for “concordant” patients. Physical function issues played a role among other items for these patients. (1) Do not allow physical function make you discordant or hold you back from coming to your visits! Don’t skip your appointments. Satterwhite Chiropractic knows the treatment plan with the Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management that is most effective for your spine pain issue. Talk with us about your concerns with it. We will work together for your Oxford back pain and neck pain relief. In Oxford, you have open access to quality chiropractic care at Satterwhite Chiropractic.


Older adults who don’t have such access to chiropractic care are known to more frequently use some medical services for spine issues. Medicare data of 39,278 chiropractic care users who moved geographically from an area which had more access to chiropractic care to an area which had less access to revealed that these patients wound up having more visits to primary care physicians for spine issues (an increase of 32.3 visits more annually) and were more likely to have spinal surgery (5.5 more surgeries per year). Financially, this reduced access to chiropractic care for spine issues ended up higher expense to Medicare: an extra $114,967 per 1,000 beneficiaries on medical services (equaling $391 million nationally). (2) Satterwhite Chiropractic is open here in Oxford to relieve pain and save money on spine pain relief services.


Sharing everything about your back pain experience with your Oxford chiropractor is crucial to your pain-relieving treatment plan. An Australian study of chiropractors found that chiropractors utilize patient documented outcome measures (PROMs) to guide the treatment plan and determine the treatment response of low back pain patients. (3) Tell your Oxford chiropractic honestly how you are feeling. Satterwhite Chiropractic is listening!

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Listen to this PODCAST with Dr. Robert Patterson on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson as he discusses what back pain and neck pain patients can expect from the Cox® Technic Flexion Distraction System of Spinal Pain Management to deliver neck and arm pain relief.

Make your Oxford chiropractic appointment soon. Bring your Oxford spine pain to your local, accessible Oxford chiropractor. Together, we will design the Oxford treatment plan you’ll want to follow!

Satterwhite Chiropractic creates individualized treatment plans for back and neck pain sufferers to follow for optimal relief. 
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