Treating chronic pain, what is it and what can I do?

chronic painWhat is chronic Pain? It is pain that has persisted for more than six months although in some definitions it is considered chronic if it is over three months. To confuse maters more you could have acute exacerbation’s of a chronic pain condition that seem short lived but the chronic condition is an underling-factor in the acute condition. what are some of the common cause of chronic pain? Chronic pain can be caused by problems or irritations of the nervous system, injuries or degeneration of the joints, muscle injuries.

erve problems can be one of the causes of chronic pain. Interference with the nerve occurs when the nerves is  pinched, choked, stretched or chaffed. This can cause pain, numbness, tingling and other abnormal sensations. These types of nerve problems are correctable by a Doctor of Chiropractic . A Chiropractor can reduce or eliminate the pain by re-aligning the spine. Alignment is achieved through the use of safe, gentle and very specific adjustment to the spine and extremities.   These adjustments take the pressure off the nerves, allowing them to calm down and feel better.

oint problems are another factor in chronic pain or chronic pain syndrome. Healthy joint motion  should be fluid, free and smooth against each other. This motion is like ice gliding on ice.  Dysfunctional joints move like rusty old hinges and needs a shot of WD-40 oil, or the chiropractic adjustment.  When this happens, it sets the stage for arthritis, degenerative joint disease and chronic pain. It must be remember that for joints movement is health. Chiropractors are experts in joint movement and how it affects both nerves and muscles as well as the organ systems nearby.

uscles are under constant stress. Muscle attracted to injured nerves or joints are beyond stressed. If a muscle is injured due to the structures around it or direct trauma this will cause pain. This will cause the muscle to go into spasm, or worse develop trigger points. Trigger points are extremely painful spasms that can cause referred pain to travel up into your head, into your arm or down your leg often referred to as sciatica or carpal tunnel. These are some of the conditions that chiropractors are skilled at treating.

We fix these problems through a combination of acupressure therapy, stretches, laser and specific exercises.   If you’re suffering with muscle spasms, Mahler Family Chiropractic Center is your first stop on your road to recovery. Our unique approach to chiropractic care and unique methods restore joint motion, enhance flexibility, improve balance, and restore coordination. We also strengthen and stabilise the spine  as well as correct postural and structural distortions. Our clinical focus is to get you out of pain and  keep you out of pain by finding and correcting the root causes of the pain syndromes.

I welcome you to call us today to schedule a complimentary, no-obligation consultation. Is it not time to find out how our unique approach can get you out of pain, give you more energy, improve your posture, restore your flexibility, and improve your quality of life. If you have been suffering with chronic pain, call us to schedule a free, no-obligation consultation.   We can get together and discuss your case.   We look forward to hearing from you soon.  Please also feel free to visit us at our facility in Kingston, PA.

Paul R. Mahler Jr. DC
Mahler Family Chiropractic Center
1144 wyoming Ave.
Kingston, PA. 18704
http://mahler-chiropractic.com
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