Come to Oxford Back School

You are the key to your pain relief with Oxford chiropractic care.

The central theme of Back School is that we limit back pain, not necessarily cure it. Recognition of the fact that, you have a transitional segment that puts your spine at risk for instability and limits the stress it can take, goes a long way in gaining confidence knowing that you can manage its pain and regain your quality of life again. Satterwhite Chiropractic puts high priority on improving your quality of life.

Back School helps you and those close to you identify with your spinal pain condition(s) and what it takes to manage your pain. Watching a loved one suffer makes us feel helpless. Finding out what is wrong and what can be done in office at Satterwhite Chiropractic as well as at home which gives everyone an opportunity to help.

Back School discusses spine pain conditions, relates that spine pain is not a solitary experience, demonstrates correct movements for daily living, and puts all of us on the same page to help the back pain sufferer.

The Satterwhite Chiropractic presentation of Back School points out that back pain control, not cure is typically the goal. It's a realistic goal for our Oxford chiropractic patients and their families and loved ones.

Interestingly 95% of 61 patients who attended a back school thought it was a good use of their time to attend. They thought they grasped their condition more fully and educated themselves to avoid re-injury. (1)

Contact Satterwhite Chiropractic to sign up for a Back School class at our office soon!

  1. Cox JM: Patient benefits of attending a chiropractic low back wellness clinic. J of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics 17(1):25-28

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