Practically everyone knows that the United States is suffering from an epidemic of opioid pain medication. Many people have experienced this issue firsthand.
The article will provide information on a chiropractic alternative to opioids for the pain management of lower back discomfort. This article will provide more information on the current research regarding pain management for the lower back using conservative measures.
By the age of 40, 80% of Americans suffer from lower back pain. It is rare that people have not experienced significant back pain at some point in their lives, according to my chiropractic practice. Many people experience back pain, and some suffer from it constantly.
The common problem of lower back pain is widespread. It is common and affects many people in their daily activities, such as working, caring for their families, taking care of their yard and house, and even being able to enjoy and exercise.
It became common for doctors to prescribe opioid pain medication to patients in an effort to ease back pain. It was not a good idea, and it has had devastating consequences. Opioids can be addictive and can lead to addiction, overdoses, death, dependence, and social havoc.
What is the solution for back pain? Chiropractic care, which is available in the United States for over 100 years and has shown great promise, is a wonderful option.
Chiropractors, or doctors who specialize in the care of the spine, are specialists. A Doctor of Chiropractic has the ability to diagnose the root cause of lower back pain.
They also have the training and experience to treat the discomfort. Chiropractic uses manipulation of the spine to correct misaligned and improperly moving vertebrae in order to relieve the pain.