Houston Back Pain and Neck Pain Treatment and Pain Management
Back pain and neck pain is a common complaint from many people and can result from a variety of activities such as improper and repetitive lifting, a fall, or as the result of a sports or work injury. Constant back pain is often troublesome and uncomfortable and can lead people to avoid certain activities once enjoyed.
Doctors Clinic Houston has quality chiropractic doctors on staff to provide back pain and neck pain evaluation, treatment and pain management to patients suffering from back and neck problems.
If your back pain and neck pain is interfering with your daily life, make an appointment today to see one of our caring and compassionate doctors of chiropractic medicine. Doctors Clinic Houston has six locations conveniently located throughout the greater Houston area to serve you.
Why Choose Doctors Clinic Houston?
When it comes to back pain, it is best to go for a proven professional with an established performance and reputation. Choosing an inexperienced doctor may turn out to be less expensive, but skimping on the quality of care far too often yields less than desirable results.
Fortunately, Doctors Clinic Houston offers high quality care for very affordable and agreeable prices – so that you do not have to break an arm and a leg to take care of your back.
If you cannot see a doctor or back pain treatment specialist any time in the near future, it is highly suggested that you do not perform any type of rigorous physical activity so long as you feel any irritation. Doing anything of the sort can only lead to further aggravating the injury.
For proper physical health, it is absolutely essential to put some focus on back strengthening exercises. Here, a low-resistance, high-repetition approach is best. Heavy lifting, though appearing beneficial on the surface, tends to do more damage than good.
Choosing a back pain treatment specialist can be rather difficult. For one, there are so many charlatans in the industry, posing as doctors and specialists, that it often makes it hard to distinguish the former from the latter. Generally, it is best to request a free consultation – one where you are free to ask questions about the price, procedure, and methodology of the practitioner.