Back pain. Hospital. Not always a desired combination.
Just ask any back pain sufferer and his or her family who have gone down this
road. Let’s take a look at what happens when back pain flares and you, the
New Roads back pain sufferer, and your loved one(s) just want it to
end. You go to the hospital for help, and you just get more confused and keep
hurting. New Roads Chiropractic Center has heard a lot
of these stories!
And we’re always ready to step in and make this
New Roads back pain journey as short
as possible and as understandable
as possible. New Roads Chiropractic Center knows that what the back pain sufferer understands
about back pain
helps in the long run. And New Roads Chiropractic Center knows that just
saying you have acute or chronic low back pain
is too simplistic. (1)
Yet, low back pain can be understood when it’s investigated and explained well
like it is at New Roads Chiropractic Center.
Understanding is key. Hospitals are confounding places for
back pain sufferers (2) and spine care centers aren’t much better (3).
The hospital system of people and tests are not clearly related. (2) The
spine center informational brochures are written in too complicated a manner to
be of much help. (3) New Roads Chiropractic Center is your one-stop place for back pain
information, care and relief. More on that later…
But let’s look more at hospital care for back pain. When
back pain first sets in, it’s called “acute” low back pain. This phase lasts up
to 4 to 6 weeks. It’s in this phase of back pain that the New Roads
back pain sufferer seeks help. Going to the hospital when the pain gets really
bad and has been for days seems like a natural next step. But what
happens when you go to the hospital with low back pain? You’re in so much
severe pain and with such disability that you have a hard time describing your
back pain experience. Then, you have to talk and interact with so many
different people – doctors, nurses, insurance personnel, healthcare workers –
who want to help but just don’t seem to make you feel better. You expect someone to just tell you why you
hurt and what the underlying causes is which with back pain often isn’t
immediately known. You want relief to return to life. Researchers recommend
that the hospital develop an easy-to-understand guide for patients to
understand the hospital team’s goals and routines and how to interact with all
of these people. (2)
Now, chiropractors like your New Roads chiropractor at New Roads Chiropractic Center make it easier. Our New Roads
chiropractic practice is streamlined to manage back pain. Our examination is
thorough. The diagnostic tests are specific. The review of the imaging you may already
have is reviewed and considered. The protocols are clearly defined,
well-researched and documented. The treatment plan of this non-surgical care is well-guided by the 50%
Rule. You will know what to expect. You will understand the goal of care. You
will understand your spinal condition. New Roads Chiropractic Center makes sense of it all.
And as a bonus, chiropractic keeps the cost down. Charges
overall for both uncomplicated and complicated low back pain are lower for
chiropractic patients. (4) New Roads Chiropractic Center knows that our
New Roads chiropractic patients appreciate this!
Lastly, your understanding of your spinal condition plays a
huge role in how you create treatment expectations. The more you, the
New Roads low back pain patient, know, the more realistic your expectations. (5) New Roads Chiropractic Center wants
our New Roads chiropractic patients to know what to expect and to understand
their spine condition and its care. New Roads Chiropractic Center has many modes to explain
the condition: images, information booklets, online explanations, one-on-one Q&A
with our well-trained New Roads chiropractic physician. Let’s be sure
you understand your condition!
Contact New Roads Chiropractic Center. Set up your New Roads
chiropractic appointment. Listen, question, and trust your New Roads
chiropractor’s experience and guidance. New Roads Chiropractic Center is here to help.