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Curing Back Pain Symptoms

Back Pain Relief St Paul MNBack pain remains one of the top complaints of patients in St. Paul, MN and all across the state of Minnesota. Back pain itself is considered a symptom, not a medical condition. There are many different contributing factors that can lead to Acute or Chronic Back Pain. As anyone who has experienced ongoing low back pain, mid back pain or upper back pain can attest, finding a cure for the pain is essential. This is where Caron Chiropractic Clinic, P.A. comes in. We have been providing Chiropractic Help for back pain sufferers for over twenty years.

Top Causes Of Back Pain

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Sports injuriesIf your in the St. Paul, MN area and are suffering from a new sports injury or a sports injury that has never fully healed, Caron Chiropractic has techniques that can reduce the pain and even correct the problem you’re facing. Our sports injury treatments combine multiple techniques that work together to aid flexibility, balance, agility and symmetry of the body, so that your injury can heal properly; without the risk of another flare up when you get back to the sport you love.

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Back PainHave you been suffering from endless chronic lower back pain? Have you been searching for back pain relief only to come to a dead end, or find doctors that immediately recommend surgery or medications? If so, you may have questions about chiropractic care and are curious to find out what makes it so different.

Chiropractic care has many advantages. It takes a holistic approach to overall health and well-being, and has the natural ability to successfully prevent recurrent back pain in many cases. In the past, doctors thought that acute back pain episodes only lasted for about 90 days. New research has shown that acute back pain can occur over and over, meaning that if you have one episode of acute back pain, you are more likely to experience more episodes of back pain in the future.

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Chiropractic Treatment St Paul MN | Spinal Adjustments

Chiropractic adjustment, also called spinal manipulation, involves moving a joint beyond its usual range of motion but not beyond the range of motion the joint is designed to move, anatomically speaking. You often will hear a popping or cracking noise during chiropractic adjustment as the joint is manipulated.

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St Paul MN Chiropractic Care | Work Related Low Back Injuries

If you’re suffering from lower back pain you’re not alone. About 80% of U.S. adults will at some time in their life suffer from the disabling confines of lower back pain. According to experts, lower back pain is the number one disability culprit in workers’ compensation claims and accounts for more than $50 billion annually in the US through medical care and lost production.

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St Paul Minnesota Chiropractor | MN Chiropractor

Chiropractic is a health care approach and profession that emphasizes diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, especially the spine. These disorders can affect your general health via the nervous system. The main treatment involves manual therapy.

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St Paul MN Chiropractic Care During Pregnancy

Chiropractic care during pregnancy is safe and an effective way to relieve back pain for pregnant women.   The average women gains anywhere from 25-35 pounds during pregnancy, combined with the increased stress that’s placed on the body by the baby, can sometimes result in discomfort. About half of expected mothers will develop lower back pain. This is particularly true during the later months of a pregnancy.

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Are You Living With Chronic Pain?

Chronic pain affects some 80 million Americans and, following cancer and heart disease, is the third leading cause of physical impairment in the United States.  Coping with chronic pain can sometimes be the hardest part for people because it’s not well understood by the medical field or the general public. It can be very isolating and very socially degrading for people. People can appear quite well and still have several chronic pain issues. Studies have shown that approximately 20 to 30 per cent of the population is living with chronic pain. Some of those people never get help.

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