Benefits of Pre-Back Surgery Paramus Chiropractic Care and Exercise

Before undergoing back surgery, Paramus back pain sufferers can benefit from pre-back surgery chiropractic care and exercise. Research keeps documenting the value of non-surgical treatment for back pain relief. InParamus Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center is the chiropractic care clinic for both!

CHIROPRACTIC SPINAL MANIPULATION BEFORE BACK SURGERY

Self-care is often recommended as first-line treatment for back pain patients. If that doesn’t work, adding non-drug therapy for acute low back pain – spinal manipulation – and for chronic or subacute back pain – spinal manipulation, intensive interdisciplinary rehab, exercise, acupuncture, massage, yoga, cognitive behavioral therapy - is suggested by medical physician organizations like the American College of Physicians and American Pain Society. (1) Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center delivers a gentle, evidence-based spinal manipulation treatment known as Cox® Technic for relief of back pain that may well assist Paramus back pain sufferers avoid back surgery and control their back pain more independently.

EXERCISE FOR BACK PAIN RELIEF

Back pain sufferers want to help themselves as much as possible. Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center realizes this. Exercise is shown positive for non-surgical pain relief for patients with spinal stenosis. (2) The right type of exercise is key, so we will talk about what’s right for you! Maybe Pilates would be your “thing”. A study of chronic musculoskeletal pain patients who undertook a Pilates-based exercise program found that the pain patients better functioned and coped with their pain condition more independently and efficiently. They performed better at work, enjoyed hobbies more, were inspired to keep exercising, did more to manage their own pain conditions independently. These, in turn, motivated them to experience a healthier lifestyle. (3) These benefits resulted without back surgery.

EXERCISE BEFORE BACK SURGERY

Researchers established a trial of exercise for back pain patients scheduled for back surgery. They explained the back pain condition to the patients carefully. They established exercise programs for each patient to do. They discovered that back pain patients who underwent this pre-surgery program of explanation and exercise gained benefit in several ways: The back pain sufferers noticed improvement exercising than being inactive while waiting for surgery. The back pain sufferers’ mental state improved as they exercised. They had time to mull over their treatment and lifestyle options. Even patients who did not describe symptom improvement reacted well to this program as they felt more confident in being able to do some self-management of their pain. (4) These are all beneficial outcomes Paramus back pain patients discover in their chiropractic care at Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center. Control not cure is a realistic objective when dealing with back pain.

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Listen to this PODCAST by Dr. Keith Bartley on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson about helping a patient find pain relief with the Cox® Technic System of Spine Pain Management as he wanted to avoid back surgery.

Schedule your Paramus chiropractic appointment today. You will find a personalized chiropractic treatment plan that consists of Cox® Technic and exercise you find physically possible may well deliver the Paramus back pain relief you desire without back surgery.

 
Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center suggests beneficial pre-back surgery chiropractic care and exercise to physically prepare for and possibly avoid back surgery. 
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