The idea of pain management involves helping the patient to reduce the levels of pain to the point where he or she can function in every day normally or more easily. Pain can be very disruptive to daily life and can cause a number of social, psychological, and physiological problems that can be serious. Worse yet, there are many ways of pain management that are dangerous or can be come dangerous if consumed in excess. We at NuView Health Medical in New York, NY, are here to help you get natural pain management to help you avoid these dangerous side effects and help you get back to your life. We serve Midtown, NY, and Midtown West, NY.
Chronic pain and acute pain are different types of pain. The first one is an ongoing symptom that doesn’t go away. The pain just keep coming back. It doesn’t need to be constant, but it is permanent and consistent in re-occurrence. This type tends to be the most frustrating as it interferes with life just enough to feel restrictive, such as back pain every time someone moves with more than just a gentle step. The alternative, acute pain, is short lived but can be severe. It can still be disruptive to daily life and still might benefit from chiropractic care.
Chronic pain can be treated in a variety of ways. The most drastic would be surgery, but surgical procedures can be costly and can come with their own painful Side effects. Alternatively, chiropractic treatment may be successful in breaking through your challenges of chronic pain, especially when caused by a misalignment, pressure on a nerve, inflammation, or tension. Sciatica is an example of a condition that may be helped by a chiropractor on our chiropractic care team.
If you or someone you know needs pain management and relief from chronic discomfort, frustrating limitations, and just wants the ability to relax again, we are here to help. Our team at NuView Health Medical in New York can help deal with patients needing chronic pain treatment and who’ve already tried other options without much success. Serving Midtown, NY, and Midtown West, NY, our office can help you get your life back and handle on what’s causing your symptoms versus just dulling them temporarily. Call us at (212) 588-0707 for more information.
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