State College, PA Back Pain Treatment
Most of us suffer from back pain at some point in our lives. Researchers estimate that nearly 1 out of 3 adults deal with some kind of regular spinal pain. Drs. Matt & Annie Reyes and our talented staff see many back pain cases in our State College, PA office, and we've found that chiropractic care is a highly effective way to not only help you heal from back pain, it's also an excellent way to avoid future episodes.
Research Proves Chiropractic Helps With Chronic Back Pain
A recent paper from the University of Utah confirms what our State College, PA patients have experienced: your State College, PA chiropractor is the best first option for an event of back pain.
In this study, 747 participants were treated for low back pain. Each patient was evaluated based on the first person they sought treatment with, whether it was a primary care physician, a chiropractor, or a physiotherapist.
What the authors discovered is that the subjects who first saw a chiropractor had fewer advanced imaging tests and fewer surgical procedures.
Other papers have found the same results. A 2012 study reported that chiropractic patients had the best functional recovery and pain relief for chronic back pain.
Chiropractic works by restoring the natural, pain-free function of your spine. Drs. Matt & Annie Reyes and our team help your body heal with gentle chiropractic adjustments that don't use drugs or risky surgical procedures.
Drs. Matt & Annie Reyes Can Help People Find Comfort From Back Pain
If you live near our State College, PA office and would like to get out of pain, give our office a call today at (814) 308-9352 for an appointment.
Fritz JM, Kim J, Dorius J. Importance of the type of provider seen to begin health care for a new episode of low back pain: associations with future utilization and costs. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice. 2015(Sep 29).
Cecchi F, et al. Predictors of functional outcome in patients with chronic low back pain undergoing back school, individual physiotherapy or spinal manipulation. European Journal of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine 2012;48:371-8.