El Paso, TX. Chiropractor Dr. Alex Jimenez looks at exercise as treatment for back injuries.
Since 1992 Opioid Prescriptions Rose From 112 Million To More Than 249 Million As Of 2015
In 2004, there were enough written opioid prescriptions to ensure every American could have their own bottle. According to studies, a written prescription of a pain-killer should not be used for a back related injury; but rather, exercise is the most effective tool for recovery.
Video: Exercise For Back Injuries
The First & Foremost Way To Heal & Prevent Further Injury To The Back Is By Simply Moving Around
Vidan Family Chiropractic explains that “what made the body-heals the body.” They suggest exercise such as walking, stretching and yoga instead of requesting an opioid prescription.
Dr. Alex Vidan from Vidan Family Chiropractic joins us more information on the excessive use and prescription of opioids for injuries.
A prescription for pain-killers should not be used for back injuries; Rather, exercise is the most effective tool for recovery.
For Answers to any questions you may have please call Dr. Jimenez at 915-850-0900