There are days when I feel some pain in my lower back. I attribute this to the fact that I had inadvertently banged up my back at the edge of our glass sink in the bathroom almost eight years ago. I was in pain for several days and really got a bad bruise. Luckily, it didn’t cause any bone fracture. I just took pain relievers for several days. I still feel some pain when the cold season set in.
My husband has been telling me to see a chiropractor to hopefully banish away the intermittent pain once and for all. I am aware about the benefits of seeking the expertise of a chiropractor as I don’t want this condition to carry on when I get older. I definitely won’t want this chronic pain to be the cause of a costly surgery in the future. At the Center For Low Back Pain, they extend the Integrated Lumbar Management approach whereby, unparalleled technology and techniques are applied to better manage and eliminate pain in the lower back area. While the focus is on the lower back, the chiropractor takes into consideration the global effect of the area on the body.
Dr. Fishkin’s sixteen years of expertise now has a stable of relieved patients, and even those whose pain was not addressed in the past, they now return to him because he has added the Lordex spinal care system. People with cases that can be very challenging can now see the possibility of turning their lives around and once more experience freedom to go about their day to day activities.
The road to a pain free life takes a lot of patience and understanding from both the patient and the chiropractor. I know sooner or later, I will have to address my own share of chronic pain, as I am not getting any younger. Twenty to thirty procedure sessions as I learned from the Center for Low Back Pain online site, is all it would take to get the optimum result. In some patients, they average only twenty five procedures and they’re fine. Personally speaking, I won’t mind to go through these process to improve my quality of life and general well-being. Life is too short, why should we spend our lives in pain if there’s help.