Chiropractic Aims To Soothe Female Pain in Phoenix

Chiropractic care does this, chiropractic care can do that-- you’ve heard it plenty before. But if chiropractic care is supposedly the greatest, why haven’t you given it a shot? It claims to provide relief for symptoms as simple as slight neck pain and as virulent as cancer, but you still can’t believe such a seemingly-simple technique could really offer such all-encompassing health benefits.

Even I’ll admit that I had lots of reservations when I first heard about chiropractic care and “how great” it claimed to be-- could these ergonomic adjustments really cure just about everything, regardless of your symptoms?

But after witnessing a good friend of mine rave about the benefits of chiropractic care, I began to give the holistic therapy a second look; now, I have to admit that my former choice not to give chiropractic care a shot had been holding me back!

But don’t take my word for it: chiropractic therapy has repeatedly been scientifically confirmed as a great treatment method for relieving many health conditions in suffering patients. This persistent evidence shedding light on chiropractic care’s effectiveness shouldn’t continue to be overlooked; due to its versatility and proven efficacy, chiropractic care is now even depended upon by even the most doubting of medical health professionals today!

A recent prospective case series gathered preliminary data regarding the effectiveness of specific chiropractic therapies for treating patients with primary dysmenorrhea.

During a four-week time span, 13 females were administered chiropractic care for relief of symptoms of primary dysmenorrhea, as well as “motion restrictions of the lumbosacral spine.” Prior to starting the study and following each menstrual cycle, each subject self-reported their menstrual pain ratings, as well as any accompanying dysmenorrhea symptoms, using a Numeric Pain Scale.

At study’s beginning, each subject indicated pain severity scores of five or more for “at least two of three anatomical sites: lower or general abdominal pain and/or lower back pain.” Researchers uncovered substantial evidence of clinically-meaningful improvements in both abdominal pain and lower back pain in most patients during chiropractic care; however, lower abdominal pain improvements were dependent on menstrual cycles. Still, this evidence was deemed significant for the efficacy of chiropractic care.

If you're looking for something (anything!) to help soothe your monthly pains, give chiropractic care a try at The Joint - Phoenix, 7th & McDowell. At The Joint... the chiropractic place, you can receive affordable, manual adjustments, that are customized to best deal with your specific pain areas. If you've tried everything else to no avail, give in already, and try out chiropractic care at The Joint. 

 

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