Are you a resident of Pompano Beach, FL, suffering from back pain? Dr. Jason Cheshire and his team at the Lighthouse Medical Center are on hand to offer you an integrated solution for your back pain.
Research has shown that pursuing an integrated solution is vital for back pain relief. Medicines may temporarily relieve or mask the pain, but additional therapies are often required to provide a more comprehensive solution to your back pain problem. Different treatments may include:
Spinal manipulation is a treatment method that involves applying force through a controlled thrust to the joints of your spine. It is usually practiced by chiropractors like Dr. Cheshire. It is one of the most common complementary treatments available for lower back pain, neck pain, headaches, and sciatica.
Spinal decompression therapy is a non-invasive treatment used to relieve pain and pressure in the back and neck. Patients who suffer from herniated discs, degenerative disc disease, sciatica, and chronic neck or back pain find spinal decompression to be a relaxing way to achieve pain relief.
Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP)
Platelet-rich plasma injections are a form of treatment that involves injecting your blood cells back into your body to accelerate healing in certain areas of the body. It is made from your plasma and platelets that your practitioner separates from your blood sample using a centrifuge. If your body experiences trauma, this therapy can be used for wound healing and joint injury. It is injected into the site that needs healing and may require repeated treatments for long-term efficacy.
Obesity is linked to the possibility of experiencing back pain. Weight loss is a good option for relieving back pain and works particularly well with other integrated solutions for a holistic approach.
If you reside in Pompano Beach, FL, and suffer from back pain, book an appointment with Dr. Cheshire at the Lighthouse Medical Center by calling 754-222-6642 today. Let us guide you through your integrated treatment solution options for your back pain.