Chronic pain can limit your enjoyment of life and even stop you from participating in your favorite outdoor activities. At Coy Chiropractic, our chiropractor can help you reduce chronic pain so you can get back to your normal life.
What is Chronic Pain?
In a clinical sense, chronic pain refers to pain that lasts longer than three months. The pain may start out minor but grow more intense. At first, you may not notice how pain limits your enjoyment of outdoor activities.
While there may be an underlying cause for your chronic pain, such as a history of migraines or an auto accident, oftentimes chronic pain has no apparent cause. In this case, our chiropractor, Dr. Jeff Coy, can find hidden causes of chronic pain in the musculoskeletal system. By relieving musculoskeletal injuries using chiropractic, we can stop your chronic pain and encourage a natural state of wellness.
How Our Chiropractor Treats Chronic Pain
Our chiropractor at Coy Chiropractic takes a whole person approach to pain management. Rather than make adjustments to relieve shoulder pain or back pain, we treat you as a whole person. Every patient has unique needs, which we address through hands-on adjustments. We begin with an examination and health history to determine the right approach for your injuries.
We adjust the spine with instruments or with our hands, relieving subluxations and bringing alignment back to the spine. As your spine falls into natural alignment, muscle pain and tension decrease. Endorphins soothe pain, and inflammation subsides as the body’s self-healing capacity, the nervous system, moves into action. After a series of treatments, you will feel less pain, increased mobility, and increased energy levels every day. To support your recovery from chronic pain, we will demonstrate stretches, which you can use to maintain wellness in between appointments.
See Your Chiropractor in Kingwood TX
As your chiropractor in Kingwood TX, we are here to help you recover from chronic pain, so you can enjoy life to the fullest! Reserve your appointment for chronic pain management online or by calling us at (281) 359-5333.