Wednesday, February 13, 2019

How can I manage my pain?


How can I manage my pain?
Pain is a signal from our body that something is wrong. At Rochester Spine + Sports Chiropractic, we see people frustrated and struggling with pain. They need an answer. 
The impact goes beyond the one hurting too. Pain impacts other relationships, especially your loved one’s. Many people are searching for answer and just don’t know where to go, or who to trust. This diagram holds the answers to how you can take back your power, resolve your pain and live freely.
Over the next six months we are going to take you on a journey through your pain management options. On the left, we have conservative care.
  • Balance: applies to your whole life and within each area of your body.
  • Soft tissue: refers to the muscle problem, known as adhesion. This problem is a big deal that repetitively and reliably demonstrates why people are in pain.
  • Herbal: describes how nutrition, our food and nature’s medicine, herbs, can be used heal and enhance our existence. 
As we approach the invasive side on the right, we have...
  • Medication: where we seek to take something to alleviate our pain.
  • Injections: which are targeted applications of chemicals to overpower our bodies' normal feedback mechanisms, including pain.
  • Surgery: all doctors agree should be attempted only after conservative methods have not been successful, or in an emergency situation.
Every person and their healthcare providers want the same thing… successful and sustained results for the patient.  Health care providers have different training and experience when it comes to how to manage pain. 

In our office, as a conservative care expert, I will earn your trust. We provide an accurate diagnosis, teach you about your options, apply the most advanced soft tissue specialist skills to eliminate pain and help you understand balance to keep your body pain free. Our mission is to move a person closer to their vision of optimal health, it starts with freedom from pain. 

Our goal is to provide the best results, that can be sustained for a long time with the least risk of harm. Call now, 678-1362, to schedule a consultation with the doctor to find out whether our office has the answer to help you or a loved one struggling with pain. 

Dr. Matt Buffan