December 2020 Healthy News from Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center Help for Depression and Calf Cramps

Paramus chiropractic care with spinal manipulation offers some documented benefit in contributing to the reduction of depression.

HOW TO BE A HAPPY SANTA…
Chiropractic’s Contribution to Depression Relief

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year…” or so the song goes. Whether it is due to being 2020 or having normal holiday stress, the wonderful-ness of this time of year may not be so much for you. Symptoms of depression (agitation, insomnia, anxiety, high adrenalin, high cortisol) are reportedly owing to an overactive sympathetic nervous system. A new study on the effects of chiropractic, spinal manipulation and vagal nerve stimulation shared some optimistic news. These approaches may well be positive treatment options for depression via regulation of the autonomic nervous system which chiropractic care and spinal manipulation do at the peripheral nervous system level and spread to the central nervous system. The parasympathetic system thereby is able to counterbalance the sympathetic system while vagal stimulation releases neurotrophines known for being essential for the effectiveness of anti-depressive therapies. (1) What does all this really mean? Come in for a Paramus chiropractic visit for Paramus back pain and neck pain relief and other spine related issues. Head home with a little more cheer. For this wonderful time of year, we want a happy Santa…and a happy you!

Listen to this PODCAST with Dr. James Cox, chiropractic back pain specialist and developer of the Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management, on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson as he detailed effects of spinal manipulation on the immune system and things it influences like depression.

 

Paramus calf cramps related to back conditions like spinal stenosis and disc herniation find relief with chiropractic care’s electrical stimulation.  

Paramus CHIROPRACTIC TIP OF THE MONTH: Electrical Stimulation for Calf Cramps

Calf cramps are painful! Back pain sufferers with lumbar spinal stenosis or lumbar disc herniation often experience calf cramps, interrupting good sleep and daily lives. Neuromuscular electrical stimulation of the calf muscles susceptible to cramps decreased cramping. Just 25% of patient maximum tolerated stimulation intensity was helpful! It does not take much. 55% and 85% were effective as well. The reduction in cramps was associated with an increase in cramp threshold frequency, too. A bonus! (2) This new study verified what a 2018 study discovered as well. (3) If calf cramps trouble you, let us know at your next chiropractic visit. Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center has a treatment plan for them!

CONTACT Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center

Arrange your next Paramus chiropractic appointment today with Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center. Gratefully, we wish you a most wonderful holiday season!

 

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