Naturally Manage Pain With our Omaha Chiropractor
The staff at Corey Chiropractic and Acupuncture welcomes residents of Omaha, Elkhorn, Gretna and Millard to speak with our chiropractor about natural ways to manage chronic pain. Chronic pain is not the type of pain you have from an injury which gradually improves and then is eliminated. Instead, chronic pain is a lasting pain, possibly from an injury, that does not disappear within a given amount of time. This pain may interrupt sleep, work or your ability to enjoy daily activities. Chronic pain also requires more care than typical pain from a healing injury. In other words, instead of covering up the pain with medications or resorting to invasive surgeries, chronic pain needs consistent care to ease your discomfort. Fortunately, our chiropractor, Dr. Russell W. Corey, uses non-invasive techniques that use your body's natural pain-relievers to lessen discomfort and restore your quality of life.
Common Causes of Chronic Pain
If you have chronic pain, you know it. However, you may not know why you are in pain. Is your body not healing properly? Do you have a chronic condition? Is something abnormal in your spine? Our chiropractor answers these questions and determines why you are in pain. Some common reasons for chronic pain include spinal abnormalities, lasting auto, sports or work injuries, conditions such as arthritis and fibromyalgia, herniated discs, degenerating discs, sciatica and muscle strains.
Call Our Omaha Chiropractor Today!
Our staff uses chiropractic care and acupuncture to alleviate your pain. Chiropractic care includes manipulations of your vertebrae and joints to reduce nerve pressure and bring relief. Our Omaha chiropractor also shows you how to stretch and strengthen muscles to bring lasting pain relief. Our acupuncture services use tiny needles that are slightly inserted into your skin to promote cellular energy and healing. Acupuncture also increases circulation flow to injured areas to bring pain relief. We offer free consultations for new patients, so if you are new to the Omaha area or new to chiropractic care, please contact us at 402-334-1114 for natural, chronic pain relief.
When did your chronic pain begin?