Monday, 19 January 2015

Want a quicker recovery from back pain? - See a chiropractor

For more than a decade, thousands of back pain sufferers from around Liverpool have been successfully treated in my Crosby chiropractic clinic. Visiting a chiropractor when back pain strikes is becoming an increasingly attractive option as the much reported NHS overload makes getting a doctor's appointment more difficult.

But why is visiting a chiropractor such a sensible option? Well, there are a few simple reasons. Here are two big ones - 

1. Chiropractors get great results - I see these fantastic results all the time, but it bears saying
again; Chiropractic treatment is a great way to get rid of your back pain. 

In a study just published in the medical journal 'Spine', more than a hundred adults were randomized into three groups. One group received chiropractic manipulation. The second group had mechanically assisted manipulation and the third group received usual medical care. Treatment was given over a 4 week period. At the end of this period, the group receiving chiropractic manipulation had a statistically significant reduction in both pain and disability compared to the other groups. This extra benefit in the chiropractic manipulation group was a massive 25% over the other 2 groups. 

2. Short waiting times - Phone today and you'll more often than not be offered an appointment today! 

So if you're looking for a way to get on the road to 'pain-free' then chiropractic may be the perfect solution.  Give the clinic a call today 0151 931 3153 for an appointment or to ask a question.


  1. I know chiropractors do great work in back pain like you point out. I also know a large part of a chiropractor's job is prevention as well as treatment. What is typical timeline for scheduled visits?

  2. Hi Fred. Thanks for your endorsement of chiropractic. I presume you have been treated by a chiropractor before? The timeline for visiting a chiropractor is very much influenced by your past and present health history and current lifestyle factors. It is determined on a case by case basis and is dependent on clinical need and to some extent, individual preference. If you would like to speak with me about this then please feel free to give me a call at the clinic. The phone number is in the blog post. Kind regards, Neil

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