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Colorado Springs Chiropractic Treatment Plan Includes Exercise for Success

Exercise is an essential element of a successful Colorado Springs back pain relief program. Exercise is an essential element of a successful Colorado Springs leg pain relief treatment program. Exercise is an essential element of the pain-relieving Colorado Springs chiropractic treatment plan of chiropractic services for back, neck, arm and leg pain relief. Colorado Springs chiropractic patients at The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR realize this since their Colorado Springs chiropractor proposes this concept on day one. Regardless of the amount of pain, there is motion that all Colorado Springs back pain and leg pain patients can perform to find themselves feeling better and add to their own pain relief and future back and leg pain avoidance. The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR is right by their side through it all!

Colorado Springs EXERCISE AND THE IMMUNE SYSTEM FOR NEUROPATHIC PAIN RELIEF

Exercise controls the immune system and its anti-inflammatory responses to mask pain, especially peripheral nerve injury and neuropathic pain relates a new research study. Exercise augments anti-inflammatory cytokines to encourage healing and pain reduction.  Exercise on a treadmill improves the release of anti-inflammatory cytokines at the site of nerve injury. (1) How helpful that is! Your Colorado Springs chiropractor witnesses a dramatic benefit in this for Colorado Springs neuropathic pain patients.

Colorado Springs EXERCISE REDUCES BACK PAIN

Colorado Springs back pain and back-related leg pain sufferers discover that adding exercise to their Colorado Springs chiropractic treatment plans boosts the relief they achieve. In one study, chronic low back pain sufferers improved in terms of relief of how intense their pain is when exercise is blended with neurophysiology education. (2) In another study, a Navy officer felt relief of his low back and radicular leg pain due to a disc extrusion in 11 treatments over 72 days with flexion distraction (The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR’s gentle treatment technique, Cox Technic) and abdominal rehab exercises as an element of the interdisciplinary care he obtained. (3) A randomized control trial of flexion distraction (aka Cox Technic) for back pain relief reported that F/D diminished back pain more than medical conservative care and physical therapy for almost all categories of back pain. One category of back pain patient – recurrent severe – showed that exercise is important to helping reduce that cycle of recurrent back pain. (4) The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR is well trained in the Cox Technic System for back pain relief that encourages exercise in the Colorado Springs chiropractic treatment plan.

Exercise is so critical a factor of a successful back pain relief treatment plan that researchers are now endorsing the recommendation that doctors set patients up with apps on their phones to prompt them to exercise! (5) Whatever it takes, The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR is up for it! Your Colorado Springs chiropractor is ready to help our Colorado Springs back pain patients however The Chiropractic TRUhealthDR can!

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Listen to this PODCAST about how chiropractic care – treatment by the chiropractor and exercise by the patient, even as simply as walking – benefits back pain patient.

Then, schedule your Colorado Springs chiropractic appointment to recover from your low back pain and leg pain and start your back pain relief and prevention exercise routine. You’ll notice just how exercise adds to a successful treatment plan for your Colorado Springs back pain relief.

 
Colorado Springs exercise is an important part of the chiropractic treatment plan. 
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