Wisdom of Nutritional Supplements for Paramus Back Pain Relief

Wisdom comes through experience. Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center welcomes the wisdom passed down from past clinical back pain specialists who decided to write about their experiences in treating back pain. Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center especially values how they merged nutrition into the back pain relief treatment plan. The education your Paramus chiropractor obtained in chiropractic school suggested just how essential nutrition is to health and markedly the health of the spine. Recent medical papers about nutrition about the value of vitamins and minerals in the care of back pain built on the older ones benefitting today’s Paramus back pain patient considerably!

NUTRITION’S HISTORICAL INFLUENCE IN BACK PAIN CARE

Nutrition as a factor in the care of spinal pain conditions is not new. Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center knows that. Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center follows reports about nutrition in the spine literature. Dr. Cox, developer of Cox Technic flexion distraction, recorded it back in 1993 (and even before then). (1) A French researcher told of the benefits of vitamin B back in 1968. (2) Another researcher in 1985 suggested the connection between spinal canal size (as a small canal size doesn’t permit much room for a disc herniation, predisposing a person to higher risk of low back pain) and infant malnutrition. (3) The famed spine researcher, Alf Nachemson, MD, pointed out that nutrition of the intervertebral disc is enhanced by introducing motion to the spine. (4) Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center’s treatment of the spine involves just that, motion. Cox Technic, the Paramus chiropractic treatment approach Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center uses, generates motion in the spine, segment by segment. Nutrition effects a positive difference in a person’s health state. Nutrition generates a welcomed difference in the Paramus health of the spine. Nutrition may shape helpfully the course of Paramus back pain relief and prevention.

TODAY: MULTIVITAMINS HELP

A newly published medical research paper discusses the advantage of multivitamin nutrition for treating disc herniation with radiculopathy (aka a pinched nerve of the spine causing extremity pain), a condition Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center invites into its Paramus chiropractic office! A randomized trial of a hundred patients who have this condition examined how well treatment alone and how well treatment plus a multivitamin nutrition supplement (with vitamins like B6, B12 and others) modified their pain, disability and requirement for NSAID drugs. The authors found that adding a multivitamin enriched the treatment outcomes. (5) Adding a nutritional element to the treatment gives the impression of being simple, but it does prove to be quite effective for Paramus chiropractic patients with back pain, neck pain, and radiculopathy. Paramus Medical & Sports Rehabilitation Center creates such a nutritional module to the Paramus chiropractic treatment plan just for you, the Paramus chiropractic patient.

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