Pain Management for Back Pain
ACCIDENTS, INJURIES, AND CHRONIC PAIN
Accidents and injuries can cause severe back pain that needs medical attention. But back pain can also be chronic, building over time and worsening because of behaviors in our everyday lives. Repetitive motion, prolonged sitting or computer use or even extended standing can all cause back pain.
The good news is many of these behaviors can be changed to prevent future pain. Chiropractic care can address the pain you feel now. Your chiropractor can also get to the root of your problem, figuring out why your pain persists and making a plan to heal your body.
Chiropractic Care is Natural pain relief
Whether your back pain is acute or chronic, call a chiropractor today! Chiropractors help relieve pain with adjustments, stretches and exercises that strengthen your back. With effective, natural pain relief, chiropractic care can help you get beyond your back pain and start enjoying daily life again.
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Trained to relieve chronic pain
Chiropractors specialize in musculoskeletal and neurological care. Like medical doctors, chiropractors are highly trained, specialized, licensed and regulated.
Following an undergraduate education, chiropractors earn a Doctor of Chiropractic degree, a four-year professional degree
Chiropractors are licensed by the State of Georgia and like most other healthcare providers, are required to complete 40 hours of continuing education courses every 2 years, the same amount as required for physicians
Chiropractors spend 4,200 hours in the classroom, laboratory and clinical internship