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Burlington and Hamilton Chiropractic Relieves Neck Pain and Arm Pain

Intriguing new chiropractic research reveals that chiropractic spinal manipulation reduces neck pain and arm pain! Spinal Care Clinic knows this, but it’s great to have research-documented support to share with our Burlington and Hamilton neck pain and arm pain patients!

Chiropractic researchers followed neck pain and arm pain patients treated by chiropractors for 3 months. They evaluated those patients at 2 weeks, 1 month and 3 months. At just two weeks of care with chiropractic spinal manipulation, 55.3% of the patients reported being “improved”. At one month of chiropractic care, 68.9% of those same patients reported improvement and 85.7% at 3 months of care. (1) That is certainly relief that our Burlington and Hamilton neck pain and arm pain patients want!

The chiropractic researchers went on to give more specific outcomes. For example, 76.2% of the subacute and chronic patients - those whose pain has gone on past 6 to 12 weeks - who even have an MRI-confirmed cervical disc herniation rate their pain as being improved. None of the chiropractic care patients in this study reported adverse side-effects. (1) Spinal Care Clinic is especially heartened by this type of outcome! The first rule of care is “do no harm”! We strive to only bring relief to our Burlington and Hamilton spine pain patients.

So bring your cervical spine pain, neck pain, and arm pain to Spinal Care Clinic. Your Burlington and Hamilton chiropractor has just the thing to try for your neck pain and arm pain relief, chiropractic spinal manipulation. Contact Spinal Care Clinic today for a thorough examination and treatment plan for your pain relief.

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