Rockwall Injury Rehab & Chiropractic

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Rockwall Injury Rehab & Chiropractic practices chronic pain management on a daily basis. Most people see a chiropractor because they're in pain. Our patients consult our Rockwall, TX Chiropractor because they have a grabbing painful back that is keeping them up at night, or neck and arm pain that won't go away and is taking over their life. Our Doctors of Chiropractic might see a young woman with debilitating migraines, who wants an alternative to drugs; a weekend athlete suffering from an injured shoulder; or an orchestra violinist whose livelihood is threatened by the pain of a repetitive stress injury.

As a specialty, chronic pain management deals with two broad categories of pain: intractable pain, and chronic pain. Intractable pain is a term which designates those who required morphine for constant pain. It is a useful term to designate patients who are in excruciating and constant pain of such severity that it dominates virtually every moment of their existence. Chronic pain is ongoing pain, not usually constant and less severe than intractable pain that persists beyond an expected time frame for healing and hasn't responded to the usual means of pain control measures.

At Rockwall Injury Rehab & Chiropractic we don't treat intractable pain do treat chronic pain. The point at which pain has become chronic cannot be precisely defined. It must be diagnosed on a case-by-case basis. Often a patient has had persistent pain for some length of time, or has had reoccurring pain, and has tried a number of different approaches without significant relief. All pain has the potential to become chronic.

Chronic Pain Resulting From

· Auto Accidents

· Sports Injury

· Work Related Injuries

· Fibromyalgia Pain

· Back Injuries

Chiropractic Point of View

Our Doctors of Chiropractic, who are drugless doctors that specializes in conservative care, treat pain, especially chronic pain, and its management like many of our medical colleagues.

When we have a patient in pain, we try our best to alleviate it as quickly as possible by diagnosing, treating and following up with our patients on a regular basis. We also make medical referrals to other medical providers when necessary.