Exercise trumps instrumented spinal fusion for back pain relief at 9 years follow-up! (1)
Well, exercise and cognitive intervention therapy, but isn’t that great news if you are facing back pain or even a back surgery?
Now, Gormish Chiropractic & Rehabilitation doesn’t mean for you to become a super-sport. We know that too much of a good thing may be bad for you! But know that adding just a handful of exercises that you can do in your own Carrolltown home may be good for you and any number of spine-related conditions you may have.
In a Cochrane Review, which is a big deal in the world of back pain study, exercise is found helpful for relief of lower back pain
, neck pain
, fibromyalgia and shoulder pain. (2)
Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, ankylosing spondylitis
, and osteoporosis
benefit from exercise, too. (hagen) Gormish Chiropractic & Rehabilitation’s Carrolltown chiropractic treatment plan
is comprehensive with spinal manipulation, nutrition, and
exercise tips. We promise not to bombard you with everything at once though!
We know when to gauge your readiness for the next step.
Now, exercise options are everywhere in the Carrolltown area for those chiropractic patients who want a little more than the at-home care exercises for back pain relief
. Talk with Gormish Chiropractic & Rehabilitation before starting on any
of those too soon, though. Gormish Chiropractic & Rehabilitation would like to see you find some success and relief with a few simple lower back exercises
or neck exercises
first. Exercise is a journey, not a destination. Start where you can,
and build your strength and endurance and most of all muscle
in the right places to support your spine.
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