Healthy News - July 2018

Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center uses chiropractic manipulation to ease tailbone pain after a Paramus water ride or water slide injury to the coccyx. 

Paramus Water Slides and Rides: Summer Fun May Hurt
Paramus Tailbone (Coccyx) Pain

What better fun is there on a hot, Paramus summer day than to delight in a cool-water water ride or water slide? Most all of us can all relate to that! Some Paramus folks will do the sliding and riding, and some will observe. Which is safer? Observing! Water slides and rides may turn from fun to pain if the tailbone gets injured. And it does! A new research report makes clear that water ride related tailbone pain is not reported in the medical literature before, but Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center knows it’s found in this Paramus chiropractic practice’s patient population. The tailbone is formally called the coccyx, the lowest section of the spine, and tailbone injury may result in coccygeal instability and pain. (1) Like the rest of the spine, the coccyx has discs and dorsal root ganglia, too. DRG stimulation eases pain and increases function without any complications for patients with chronic coccydynia (coccyx pain). (2) Usual care of coccyx pain is physical therapy and medication treatment. Adding manipulation decreased pain and disability for chronic coccydynia patients (who occasionally have low back pain and leg pain, too) in just three sessions. (3) If Paramus summer’s water fun harms you, turn to your Paramus chiropractor! Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center’s gentle manipulation may calm the coccyx’s discs and DRGs and lessen your Paramus tailbone pain.

Paramus chiropractic and acupuncture may help pregnancy-related back pain and lumbopelvic pain. 

Paramus Chiropractic Help for Paramus Lumbopelvic Pain During Pregnancy

The last thing a Paramus expectant mother desires experiencing is pain, and the very last thing she wants to do is take a drug or go through medical procedures! Paramus chiropractic spinal manipulation with Cox® Technic is shown to help relieve pregnancy-related back pain and leg pain. (4) For women who find themselves with lumbopelvic pain during Paramus pregnancy, acupuncture seemingly helps. It is safe and beneficial for lessening pain and improving her quality of life while pregnant. 89% of women in one study stated clinically meaningful symptom decline. (5) Your Paramus chiropractor is here to relieve pregnancy-related Paramus back pain and pelvic pain.

Listen in to this PODCAST with Dr. Amelia Pappas on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson about pregnancy-related Paramus back pain and pelvic pain and how Cox® Technic helps reduce that pain.

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Thank you for trusting your Paramus chiropractor with your spine’s health.

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