30 Jan Back Pain: Top Organizations Recommend Against Opioids
At last, many top healthcare organizations are taking a stand against the prescription of opioids for treating back pain. The American Pain Society, Harvard Health, and the American College of Physicians have all recommended that people suffering from back pain seek conservative care options, such as Chiropractic, before taking any medications. What’s more, their stance is supported by decades of research that showcases the effectiveness of Chiropractic techniques - adjustments, rehabilitation, and soft tissue work – for relieving pain without the dangers and risks of drugs. Consider this…
Why it Matters:
Over the past decade, back pain treatment has evolved considerably. The days of medical doctors recommending bed rest and medications are in the past. In fact, top research publications have shown that movement and physician-guided exercise are a some of the best ways to improve back pain quickly. So, not only is it possible to find relief without drugs - it’s recommended!
Here a few more interesting facts for your consideration:
Many cutting-edge practices like ours use a biopsychosocial model of treatment when it comes to pain relief. That simply means we focus on addressing the biomechanical (how you move your body), psychological (reducing the fears of re-injury), and social (getting back to the activities you love) aspects of health and healing. Our care plans don’t require medications or drugs, and they help us create a positive environment dedicated to helping you live your best life! If you’re looking for a natural way back from pain, give us a call today!
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Dr Michael Bloom has a wide and varying interest in what it takes to live a healthy and happy life. He has over 20 years experience as a chiropractor in Europe and Australia and has attended over 40 post graduate seminars and courses. Currently he has a particular interest in the declining posture of society and the health implications associated with poor posture.