Types of Neck and Back Pain the DMR Method can Relieve

The human body is nothing short of amazing. There are seemingly countless internal processes working to maintain and sustain balance throughout your body at any given time. When you become overheated, your body begins to sweat in order to keep your internal temperature regulated. In this situation, the excess heat places stress upon the body, and the sweat is your body’s effort to restore balance.

Understand the Source of Your Pain

Types of Neck and Back Pain the DMR Method can RelieveThe stress your body experiences comes in three forms: physical, biochemical, and psychological. Disease and disability result from your body being stressed beyond its ability to maintain balance. The success of long-term and short-term recovery depends upon understanding which forms of stress cause or aggravate your condition and addressing each one appropriately.

Acute Conditions

Acute conditions include acute lower back pain, disc herniation, sciatica, facet syndrome, acute neck pain, whiplash injuries, and fractures.

Chronic Conditions

Chronic conditions include degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, spondylolisthesis, headaches, fibromyalgia, myofascial pain syndrome, arthritis, osteoarthritis, and postural issues.

Inherited (Congenital) Disorders

Inherited disorders include scoliosis, spina bifida, and transitional vertebrae.

Nonspinal Conditions

Even though the majority of DMR Method research focuses on the spine, injuries from other parts of the body can be effectively treated as well. For instance, shoulder pain, rotator cuff syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, plantar fascitis, sports injuries, hip pain/degeneration, knee pain/degeneration, and TMJ syndrome can all be treated using the DMR Method.

The DMR Method at Williams Integracare Clinic

Each of the conditions and disorders listed above has been successfully treated using the DMR Method. Part of the DMR Method includes providing education about the stresses being placed upon your body. By understanding the reasoning behind your condition or disease, you can more easily follow each step in their recovery process, which motivates you to consistently follow through with your treatment program. Learning a condition’s cause and impact is an important part of the recovery process.

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