If you have begun the process of dependency on prescription drugs, it’s hard to avoid it.
It’s all too convenient to be administered opioids in the form of painkillers-but staying away from them is quite another problem. Unfortunately, opioid effects on patients are so strong that they go beyond mere pain relief.
Let’s look at a healthy alternative to prescription opioids which is just as effective for relieving pain.
A safe alternative to natural pain relief
There are several natural pain management options that can keep you from being a part of the opioid epidemic. Opioid addiction has evolved exponentially with nearly 2.4 million people meeting the dependency criterion.
Alternatives to Pain Relief: Chiropractic treatment
Chiropractic care is another non-invasive solution to counteracting the opioid crisis and offering alternatives to pain management that patients can trust.
Recently, the American College of Physicians revised its 2017 recommendations for treating chronic and severe lower back pain.
Until resorting to prescription medications, it was changed to first promote the use of non-drug, non-invasive treatments, including chiropractic.
Spinal stimulation is one of the main treatments used by chiropractic practitioners to generally deliver long-lasting, effective pain relief.
This includes readjusting the spine so that you undergo vertebrae realignment. That, in turn, will help to reduce any discomfort that you may feel.
Select Chiropractic Care
Alternatives to pain management such as chiropractic treatment and Cannabis oil are excellent choices in the face of daunting data on opioid abuse.
Choosing a natural alternative is far better than battling a dependence that can overpower your pain.
The Reco Spinal Center serves the Bristol area. Dr. Mandeep Bahra and the team are working with their patients to educate them about the risks of opioid abuse, giving them options that they can turn to instead.
Call Reco Spinal Center on 0117 925 2886 today to talk to anyone about trying chiropractic treatment as a healthy opioid substitute.