MULTIDISCIPLINE APPROACH TO PAIN
WE combine Medical, Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Physical Therapy, ad Massage Treatments to get the results you are looking for.
Chiropractor Ogden UT
Welcome to Utah Pain & Rehab. We are located at 1276 Wall Avenue in Ogden, UT. We understand that choosing a chiropractor is a big decision. This article will help you learn the basics of chiropractic care. Please don't hesitate to contact our Ogden chiropractors with any further questions you have. We are here to help you achieve your goals.
Welcome to Utah Pain & Rehab
Most people believe that chiropractors treat back pain. That is true, but there is so much more that chiropractic care can achieve. Because chiropractors help to remove pressure from the nervous system, they can also influence many other conditions. It is common to hear chiropractic patients say that they came in for back pain and their headaches got better.
MULTIDISCIPLINE TEAM APPROACH TO PAIN
We understand that choosing a doctor is a big decision. That is why our team of doctors have come together to work as a team to help people suffering with pain and injuries. By combining Medical, Chiropractic, Acupuncture, Physical therapy and Massage Treatments under one roof, we are your one stop shop for the results you are searching for.
We utilize two ways to treat pain: medical pain management and interventional pain management. Medication pain management utilizes pharmaceutical drugs to treat pain. This method can help reduce pain and inflammation. There are instances where the pain will persist in which case, we look at alternative treatments such as chiropractic, acupuncture, physical therapy and further diagnostic measures
When medical pain management isn’t successful, interventional pain management is a great option. The first step of this process is to perform diagnostic imaging and use diagnostic blocking to identify where the pain is coming from.
Acupuncture started in China over 3,000 years ago. It is popular worldwide and is recognized as a primary healthcare system in many countries. The Chinese word “qi” (pronounced “chee”) describes the body’s life force, or energy. Meridians are the pathways through which energy, or qi, circulates. Before an acupuncture treatment, your doctor will assess what meridians and organs are involved. This diagnosis is based on your signs and symptoms as well as where you manifest physical pain. Disease, in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), results from an imbalance or blockage along the meridians of your body.
This is where the needles come into use: very thin, sterile, stainless-steel needles are inserted into specific points along meridians to disperse blockages and mobilize the body’s natural immune response. No medicine is put into your body; the body begins to heal itself.
There is no need to worry. Acupuncture is neither scary nor painful. Lots of people actually fall asleep while the needles are in and wake up feeling relaxed and refreshed.