Pain Experience Consistencies
Written by Editor   
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 08:11 AM

Patients experiencing chronic, persistent spinal pain each have a unique story, yet there are consistencies.  The quality of life in all these consumers is markedly reduced, confirming that while there may be some similarities in the pain experience, it is often more unique and individual. 

Criticisms of care services were also consistent. Often there is dissatisfaction with access to care, overall management of pain, and noteworthy variations in the treatment they received from the medical community. 

More than 33 million adults in the U.S. have seen a chiropractor in the last 12 months, and twice as many say that a chiropractor would be their first choice to see for neck or back pain. 

One of the largest Chiropractic studies ever published showed a significant improvement in overall health and well-being for patients receiving Chiropractic adjustments. Ninety-five percent of patients reported that their health care surpassed expectations and ninety-nine percent of participants wished to continue care and adjustments.

Chiropractic should be one of the consistencies of chronic spinal pain.