Manchester Chiropractic & Sports Injuries Knows Anatomy Well, Knows Your Spine Well

Your Manchester chiropractor knows your spine! Manchester Chiropractic & Sports Injuries knows anatomy. Back in chiropractic school, your chiropractor studied much about anatomy of the spine and puts that knowledge to use daily. Knowledge of the spine’s anatomy is continually at the forefront of your chiropractor’s mind as you and each spine pain, neck pain, back pain patient comes into the practice! It is so exciting! (Are you not you delighted someone finds it exciting?)

LEARNING ANATOMY IN SCHOOL

When we were in school, we’re all guilty of learning just to pass an exam. Going to professional school, such learning is more important than ever since it will influence everyday work. (How much do you remember from your school days?) An international survey of chiropractors and anatomists found that chiropractors felt that a higher level of anatomy instruction during chiropractic education was beneficial for clinical practice, permitting better understanding, application, and analysis of anatomical information to substantiate a clinical decision in their daily clinical practice. (1) An Australian study of chiropractors compared their knowledge of anatomy to that of chiropractic students. The chiropractic practitioners rated their knowledge of anatomy and demonstrated it by taking a test of their knowledge. This was compared to the equivalent in their chiropractic student counterparts. The chiropractors demonstrated that they retained their knowledge of anatomy - and knew they did! – breaking the hypothesis that practicing chiropractors may not keep it after school. Knowledge of anatomy is utilized daily in chiropractic practice, and chiropractors know their anatomy. (2) Your Manchester chiropractor does! We will be happy to talk about it!

SPINAL ANATOMY KNOWLEDGE PUT TO USE IN CHIROPRACTIC CLINICAL PRACTICE

Performing spinal manipulation daily applies knowledge of the spine’s anatomy every day. The most ordinary reasons people reported seeking chiropractic care were low back pain (49.7%), neck pain (22.5%), and extremity issues (10.0%). The typical treatment they experienced were spinal manipulation (79.3%), soft tissue therapy (35.1%), and formal patient education (31.3%). (3) Spinal conditions receive a great deal of attention from chiropractic patients and their chiropractors, of course! But positive side effects of chiropractic care emerge in the medical literature as well like potential cardiovascular benefit. In a placebo-controlled, assessor-blinded, randomized trial, researchers reported on the immediate effects of manual therapy to the upper thoracic spine on cardiovascular autonomic control of patients with musculoskeletal pain (ie, back pain, spine pain, neck pain, etc.). The researchers explained that musculoskeletal pain increased the risk of cardiovascular events. (4) Come experience these benefits of chiropractic treatment based on knowledge of the spine’s anatomy.

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Listen to this PODCAST with Dr. Kurt Olding on The Back Doctors Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson as he shares the case of thoracic spine treatment in this case for pain relief of a disc herniation using the Cox® Technic System of Spinal Pain Management.

Schedule your Manchester appointment with Manchester Chiropractic & Sports Injuries. Spinal anatomy knowledge is put to good use to ease spine, back, neck, and musculoskeletal pain. We’re excited to share our knowledge of anatomy and spinal care with you!

 
Manchester Chiropractic & Sports Injuries understands spinal anatomy well – a benefit to everyday chiropractic practice! 
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