Acute Pain Management

Acute pain often comes on suddenly and is usually caused by something specific. For example, when you burn your finger on a stove, no matter how much you put ice on it, it’s going to sting for a couple of days. Acute pain is defined as pain that comes and goes, but when it becomes chronic, lasting longer than six months, our doctors at Back to Basics will need to develop an individualized treatment plan to manage pain.


By utilizing a combination of manipulation (passive care) and exercise (active care) our doctors at Back to Basics Chiropractic can restore function that has been lost due to injury, degenerative disorders, and other musculoskeletal conditions. The goal of this modern management technique is to improve range of motion and eliminate activity intolerances before the onset of a disabling, chronic pain syndrome. If you experience pain that disappears and reappears often, schedule a consultation with us before the pain becomes chronic.


If you have questions or concerns regarding acute pain management, please give us a call. To learn about the services we provide at our practice, visit www.back2basics.com for more information. To schedule an appointment with one of our doctors at Back to Basics Chiropractic in Kennewick, WA, call 509-783-2225.

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