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Lower back, hip buttock, leg and foot pain or numbness

How can chiropractors help with  

Neuropathy, sciatica, stenosis spinal, pinched nerves hip pain and numbness

Chiropractor in the Goodyear and Avondale Areas can often help residents suffering from spinal Stenosis, sciatica, pinched nerves and neuropathy. They do this by mixing chiropractic with spinal decompression therapy, flexion distraction, laser acupuncture and other therapies. Research suggests that with the right chiropractic care, most patients can avoid back surgery for these and other conditions. When choosing a chiropractor for pain relief ask him or her what types of chiropractic methods are employed. See if the chiropractor has additional training in the treatment of back related conditions. Be sure to inquire if there might be contraindications to chiropractic care for your specific conditions. Different chiropractic clinics utilize different methods find a clinic in the Avondale or Goodyear area of Arizona that is right for you. Chiropractic therapy can be a safe and effective treatment for you and your family.

12409 W Indian School RD, Avondale, AZ 85392




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Non-Surgical Interventions for Lumbar Spinal Stenosis Leading To Neurogenic Claudication: A Clinical practice guideline
Lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) causing neurogenic claudication (NC) is increasingly common with an aging population and can be associated with significant symptoms and functional limitations. We developed this guideline to present the evidence and provide clinical recommendations on non-surgical manag...
Clinical examination findings as prognostic factors in low back pain: a systematic review of the literature
CONCLUSIONS: For most clinical tests in LBP there is not consistent evidence for an association with outcome. Centralization and non-organic signs are exceptions from that. None of the other clinical tests have been investigated in confirmatory studies and study quality is generally low. There is a ...
A critical appraisal of clinical practice guidelines for the treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis
CONCLUSIONS: Ten guidelines on the management of lumbar spinal stenosis were identified in the systematic review, but only four were of adequate methodological quality. While the evidence underpinning the various types of interventions was similar, guidelines tended to endorse surgery and injections...
Clinical outcomes for neurogenic claudication using a multimodal program for lumbar spinal stenosis: a retrospective study
CONCLUSIONS: This study showed preliminary evidence for improved outcomes in patients with neurogenic claudication participating in a 6-week nonsurgical multimodal Boot Camp Program.

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