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Chiropractic Works, Helps, Grows

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Chiropractic works. Chiropractic helps. Chiropractic grows…in research, esteem and use. How? Manahawkin Chiropractic Center points to a few things: clinical outcomes, open communication, patient choice. In Manahawkin back pain and neck pain patients have a choice in the healthcare provider they choose.  Manahawkin Chiropractic Center is ready to share the chiropractic care system we offer and why. Let’s talk!

First, let’s talk about some facts about chiropractic care use today. In the US, 63.7% of chiropractic physicians use flexion distraction. (1) 8.4% of US Adults (19.4 million) use chiropractic or osteopathic manipulation. (2) 3.3% of U.S. children (1.9 million) use chiropractic or osteopathic manipulation, about 112,000 more than in 2007. (3) Manahawkin Chiropractic Center invites the whole family to experience Manahawkin chiropractic care!

Next, what makes Manahawkin Chiropractic Center’s chiropractic care special? Manahawkin Chiropractic Center chooses to offer the chiropractic care system  with evidence-based protocols for research-documented outcomes that offer the best clinical outcomes for pain relief to our Manahawkin chiropractic patients. Flexion distraction (aka Cox Technic) is just such a chiropractic treatment system.

Now, along the line of treatment system choices, an Australian study makes a great point: “Treatment choices [by physicians] changed based on the region of disorder and whether neurological symptoms were present rather than with specific diagnoses.” (4) Thank goodness! Manahawkin Chiropractic Center proudly offers specific, individualized chiropractic care to our Manahawkin patients based on their specific, individual issues.

Physicians like your Manahawkin chiropractor are well trained to examine, diagnose and set an effective treatment plan for Manahawkin back pain and neck pain patients. It makes sense that where the pain is and the presence of neurological issues would direct the chiropractic care plan. Manahawkin Chiropractic Center wholeheartedly agrees with the research!

Further, this study shared that flexion distraction is reported to be used virtually as much as diversified technique (a broad term for chiropractic treatments) in the care of lumbar spine disc syndrome, radiculopathy, and spinal stenosis. (4) Manahawkin Chiropractic Center offers flexion distraction because it succeeds in these conditions as well as many other neck, arm, back and leg pain conditions!

And your Manahawkin chiropractic physician as a Manahawkin back pain specialist always appreciates the opportunity to interact and jointly care for you with your medical and other healthcare professionals. An intriguing new article suggests a way to smooth such interaction even among Manahawkin health professions: information. Researchers met with medical students and gathered information about their attitudes and knowledge of chiropractic. Medical students were concerned about the evidence of chiropractic care and its safety. After a 1-hour educational presentation, these medical students’ attitudes and knowledge of chiropractic improved. (5) Such a simple way to improve collaboration between the two professions! Manahawkin Chiropractic Center will talk with any other physician you may choose. Just let Manahawkin Chiropractic Center know.

Manahawkin chiropractic care works, helps and grows. Manahawkin Chiropractic Center excitedly offers chiropractic care and enthusiastically talks about the care, research, and outcomes with others at every opportunity. Contact Manahawkin Chiropractic Center today.

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