Acute pain is characterized by a sudden onset of pain in the body. It is usually sharp and ranges from moderate to severe. Treating it means normalizing musculoskeletal stressors, and improving the soft tissue’s capacity to support your body. It’s important to manage and treat acute pain quickly and appropriately both for the best outcomes and in order to keep it from becoming chronic.
Chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts for more than 6 months. It can be mild to severe and impacts each person differently. Because it can persist for weeks, months, or even years; it can take a serious toll on an individual's long term physical and emotional health. In many cases, patients have tried a variety of treatment options with little to no success. This type of pain is not a quick fix, and here at Twin Tiers, we understand this. We will gladly work hard to give you the best care available for your pain.
Headaches and neck pain are on the rise in our modern society. As our hours behind the desk increase, so does the incidence of neck pain and headaches. This trend does not have to be one you follow. We can show you ways to alleviate this pain and get you back to work, able to take care of yourself.
Back pain is something that almost everyone will get at some point in their life. In fact, it is the most common musculoskeletal condition in the world! The causes of low back pain are many, and anyone who has had back pain for any length of time knows it can be tricky to manage. Very rarely does one method of treatment or approach address low back pain and all of its potential causes. Patients coming in for this condition should expect a varied approach to their care.
The majority of sports injuries that we see, happen due to repetitive stress/overuse associated with athletic activity. Other injuries happen traumatically or acutely, for example, an ankle sprain. If you are an athlete, you demand a little more from your body than the rest of us. We understand the mechanisms and modifications that will help you prevent and overcome injury.
Have you been injured in an auto accident? Chiropractic care is one of the best solutions for your recovery. If you have, the effects of the sudden stop can have a huge impact on your entire body. We know there is a lot to deal with after an accident. Getting checked is always the best idea when you are trying to recover. Chiropractic care is one of the best ways to make a full recovery and get back to life as usual.