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|Chiropractic Care and Chronic Pain
Regular chiropractic care can provide substantial benefit for people with chronic pain. By focusing on the spine and nerve system, chiropractic care gets to the source of many chronic musculoskeletal problems including headache, neck pain, and back pain.
Chiropractic care helps restore more normal spinal mobility, which in turn helps restore more normal function in the nerve system. By removing sources of irritation to spinal nerve roots, chiropractic care helps reduce the impact of incoming pain signals. The result is often a reduction in the amount of pain a person is experiencing, and a lessening of the intensity of chronic pain patterns. As pain diminishes, muscles relax, improved circulation is reestablished, and oxygen and other vital nutrients are delivered to cells and tissues that need them the most. In this way, chiropractic care helps improve overall health.
We all want to get the most we can out of life. Whether we want to find a loving partner, work at a meaningful career, gather an abundance of financial resources, or have enough leisure time to pursue favored interests, the usual bottom line is that we want to be happy. Throughout thousands of years of history, the great philosophers have pointed to happiness as the worthwhile goal of all human activities. In the Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle (384 B.C. - 322 B.C.) suggested that eudaimonia - happiness - is our best good.
Most of us would agree that the life we want to live involves achieving the greatest degree of happiness. Even if we haven't spent much time studying the works of Aristotle, we intuitively seek our greatest happiness. But such joy often escapes us, even at times when we think to ourselves that we ought to be happy. Various obstacles stand in our way, not the least of which is physical pain.
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I got injured at work and my employer sent me to their company doctor. The company doctor did not listen to me and sent me home without providing any treatment other than a bottle of motrin. The medication did not help my low back pain. I knew I needed additional treatment by a specialist. A co-worker who had a similar injury told me about the doctors at Inland Empire Spine & Rehabilitation Center. The doctors did a thorough exam and x-rays and found the problem that was causing me all of my low back pain. After several weeks of chiropractic treatment, I was able to return to work and resume my normal activities. I highly suggest that anyone with back injuries call the doctors at Inland Empire Spine & Rehabilitation so they can help you too.