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Welcome to the chronic back pain club, where the pain is constant and relief seems nearly impossible.

You’ve got back pain, been suffering through it for days, weeks, maybe even months, and no matter what you do it doesn’t go away. So what pain relief options are out there? Are they worth pursuing? How do you know they’ll work?

 

Many folks believe that supplements will be the solution for the constant pain, but most of the time those supplements only “fix” the aches temporarily. And while there are things one can do to prevent the pain from occurring in the first place – applying heat and ice, working on your posture, and various meditation techniques – it can be difficult to find the right solution to your back pain when you’ve been suffering through it for a long time. It seems nearly impossible… right?

Well, what if you were told that there was another solution to your pain? What if you didn’t have to suffer through the agony any longer?

Chiropractic care can vastly improve one’s overall health, from different disorders and conditions like migraines to foot pain and everything in between. According to the American Physical Therapy Association, “nearly two-thirds of Americans experience low back pain, but 37 percent do not seek professional help for pain relief.”

Because of this pain, many adults are limited in their day-to-day lives. People are led to believe that those who stand on their feet for extended periods of time are more likely to experience back aches, but it’s been found that those who spend a majority of their time sitting experience more back pain.

If you’re ready to stop living in pain and are seeking relief, come speak to one of The Joint’s licensed chiropractors. You’ll receive an initial adjustment for only $29! No appointment necessary. Don’t wait for your pain to get worse, get adjusted today and live the life you’ve been held back from.

Once you’ve got your back pain under control, why not take a visit to the world’s largest climbing gym at the old Sports Authority Headquarters? Opening in 2018!

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