Chiropractic Pain Management Is Available Now
Chiropractic pain management is available for all of you who suffer from chronic or reoccurring pain. Suffering from pain is a very common occurrence in all fifty states in America. In fact, pain relief is a major industry within the medical profession. Some doctors medical practice consists primarily of managing your prescription drugs to alleviate your pain. That in itself should draw attention to the magnitude of the pain management industry. Thousands of people die each year from overdoses of prescription pain killers. It has reached epidemic proportions in recent years thanks to the Mexican Cartels smuggling millions of counterfeit pills into The United States each month. Many of these counterfeit pills are laced with lethal doses of fentanyl killing over 100,000 unsuspecting Americans in 2020 alone.
Prescription drugs clearly have a place in our medical community and the fewer we use the better we all will be as a country. Dr. Larry Parent deals with pain management everyday in his Chiropractic Practice at White Rock Chiropractic in the northeast Dallas area of Texas. Many of his patients that need pain relief. Finding the cause of the pain is the first step to relieving or eliminating the pain. Therefore, a physical exam complete with x-rays is step #1.This allows Dr. Parent to properly diagnose the root cause of your pain. Only then can a treatment be recommended for your approval.
Every patient receives a unique recommended treatment based upon the findings of their exam and diagnosis. Many injuries or accidents are similar, however, recommended treatments can and often do vary. Whiplash for instance injures each person individually and differently and requires an individual treatment regimen. Accidents and injuries are personal and so should be the treatment rendered. If you suffer from pain and have not been to White Rock Chiropractic, why not schedule a Free Appointment to discuss your individual needs today! Chiropractic care may be exactly what you need to reduce your usage of prescription drugs and change the way you approach pain management.