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The Ideal Solution for Low-Back Pain

Back pain is a common health complaint, second only to upper respiratory infections as a reason to seek help from a health-care provider.  It is also culpable for more days of sick leave and disability than any other health problem.

Many people who suffer from back pain — particularly low-back pain (LBP) — turn to medication to find relief.  However, these drugs carry a host of side-effects and provide only short-term relief.  Fortunately, there is a proven drug-free way to alleviate low-back pain and prevent it from recurring:  Chiropractic care.

Chiropractic is a safe and proven form of therapy for LBP.  This revolutionary approach focuses on correcting dysfunctional areas in the spine called vertebral subluxations.  Dr. Smith removes vertebral subluxations with gentle and effective maneuvers called chiropractic adjustments.

If you suffer from low-back pain, make our office your first stop on the road to recovery.  Chiropractic care swiftly alleviates LBP for many patients.  What’s more, it is all natural.  So, before risking your long-term health with risky medication or surgery, give chiropractic a try.  Schedule an appointment with us today for evaluation. Dr. Barbara Smith
Chiropractor and Health Educator

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