Minster Chiropractic Center Cares for Veterans and Locals Alike with Back Pain and Stress

Stress of life and stress of military life are worrying. Chiropractic care extends relieving care to both military and non-military folks alike. New studies centered on the benefits of chiropractic for military veterans revealed benefits of chiropractic care to which Minster chiropractic care patients can connect: improvement in pain, strength, and dealing with pain. Minster Chiropractic Center is the Minster chiropractic pain and stress relief center!

STRESS AND PAIN

Veterans struggle with stress and pain. The VA System is at work to address veterans’ needs. Medicine is forefront in the VA care system while many veterans are venturing outside that system for other care. A national study of veterans found that 52% used complementary and integrated health options to deal with their issues with pain and stress reduction/relaxation leading the list: 44% massage, 37% chiropractic, 34% mindfulness, 24% other meditation, and 25% yoga. 84% said they are interested in undertaking at least one of these options: massage, chiropractic, acupressure, reflexology, progressive relaxation, acupressure. They were far more likely to try these beyond the VA System. (1) Veterans are not unlike you! They pursue Minster chiropractic care outside the regular system at times, too!

HELPING VETERANS REGAIN THEIR STRENGTH

Veterans with back pain like other back pain sufferers lose their strength and quality of life. Chiropractic care can frequently help. Veterans notably suffer with post-traumatic stress disorder which causes difficulties with their pain management care. Chiropractic care within the VA system accounts for such overlying issues. Chiropractors in the VA System will want to fastidiously diagnose and coordinate care of PTSD veterans to be sure they are receiving all the necessary care. (2) Your Minster chiropractor considers each of our Minster back pain patients’ other issues in the same way to optimize positive clinical outcomes.  

IMPROVING STRENGTH IN LOW BACK PAIN SUFFERING VETERANS

One positive clinical outcome all back pain sufferers want is to perform activities of daily living as they want and need. Back pain is known to reduce ability to daily activities. For veterans, lifting, endurance and balance are vital daily activities. Back pain suffering veterans were allocated to chiropractic care or a wait list for four weeks. The chiropractic patients increased their pulling strength by 5.08 kgs while the wait list group’s pull strength decreased by 7.43 kgs. Trunk muscle endurance, disability, pain intensity and fear avoidance behavior all improved with chiropractic care of active military personnel with low back pain. (3) Plus, after back surgery, some veterans will still experience pain and want some help.  90.3% of VA chiropractors reported seeing at least 1 post-back surgery fusion patient in the last 30 days. (4) Chiropractic care for post-surgical continued pain is showing itself to be beneficial.  Minster Chiropractic Center uses such pain decrasing, strength increasing care for Minster back pain sufferers, too!

CONTACT Minster Chiropractic Center

Listen to this PODCAST with Dr. C. Michael Dupriest on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson as he describes beneficial and relieving chiropractic care integrating the Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management as a chiropractor within the VA System.

Schedule a Minster chiropractic visit with Minster Chiropractic Center for your low back pain and any related stress that it brings with it. Together, we will set up a treatment plan just for you.

 
 Minster Chiropractic Center cares for veterans with back pain and PTSD and stress.
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