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Heal back pain naturally in McDonough
Dr. Robbyn KeatingJul 2, 2020 3:35:44 PM3 min read

Heal Your Back Pain Naturally With Chiropractic Care in McDonough

More than 80% of adults will experience back pain in their lives.


Your back and spine support most of your body's weight, so when you have back pain, it affects your entire body.


Things we take advantage of like walking, running, sitting, and standing can be difficult if you're experiencing back pain.


Over-the-counter pain medications like ibuprofen or acetaminophen that you can use to ease the pain, but they don't treat the root cause of your problem.


And many people don't want to put their body through the side effects that come with pain medications.


Luckily there are natural remedies that can help in the fight against back pain.



In the article below, we will discuss some natural remedies for back pain that people have the most success with in McDonough.



Table Of Contents


Exercise Stimulates Muscles

Exercise is likely the last thing on your mind when you have back pain.


It definitely can be challenging to get up and exercise while you're dealing with back pain.


Yoga, water exercises, any low-impact activities, or a short walk can help with back pain.


Exercise loosens tense muscles and releases natural endorphins, your brain's natural painkillers.


Starting a daily exercise program, including strength training and stretching, could be in order if you have chronic back pain.


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how to naturally heal back pain


Get Enough Sleep

A lack of sleep can cause a variety of health issues, including back pain.


Research shows that sleep disturbances can make your pain worse.


Lack of sleep also affects how much pain a person can tolerate.


An uncomfortable bed, pillows that are the wrong size, or a lack of sleep could all become triggers for back pain.


Adults should aim for about 7-9 hours of sleep every night.


Sleep quality is also essential.


Proper comfort and alignment of your back are essential for sleep quality.


Your pillow should keep your back and neck in a straight line.


If you like sleeping on your side, you should put a pillow between your knees.


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Engage Your Brain

There's been an understanding for a while that pain is not absolute.


Pain is much more complicated than that.


The way your brain processes and interprets pain signals has an essential role in how pain is perceived.


Luckily you can develop your brain skills to reduce or even ignore pain signals.


Developing these skills will go a long way toward influencing your pain.


Chronic pain can also make it impossible to get any rest and keep you in a sour mood.


Doing three simple things that you enjoy every day, like having a 

coffee, reading a good book, or walking your dog, can make the pain more tolerable.


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Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care is an all-natural alternative approach to back pain treatment.


Regular chiropractic treatments focus on spinal manipulation and spinal alignment to aid in pain management and stimulate the body's natural ability to heal itself.


The spine's realignment can reduce pressure on the central nervous system, allowing your body to function at a high level.


Your first visit to your chiropractor in McDonough will include a physical evaluation as well as gathering your medical history.


They will ask you to describe your symptoms, and they can order imaging tests to help them understand your condition better.


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Chiropractic Care for Back Pain in McDonough, GA


The Arrowhead Clinic of McDonough

During your initial visit, your chiropractor with the Arrowhead Clinic of McDonough will develop a treatment plan based on your specific needs.


The best thing about chiropractic care is that it doesn't have any unwanted side effects similar to pain killers and surgery.


If you're interested in seeing a chiropractor in McDonough, but don't know where to start, contact the back pain chiropractors at Arrowhead Clinic.


They will get you started on a treatment plan with a chiropractor right away, and if your back pain is the result of an accident, they can refer you to a lawyer as well.


Click the button below for your free consultation.


Free McDonough Chiropractic Consultation


Dr. Robbyn Keating

Dr. Keating joined the team at Arrowhead Clinic in 2016 to continue furthering her career as a chiropractic physician. She provides manual and hands-on chiropractic spinal manipulations along with therapy techniques to help restore function and mobility in the body. She specializes in treating a variety of accident injuries along with chronic neck and back pain. Dr. Keating moved to St. Louis, Missouri, from Alberta, Canada, in 2005 to earn her Bachelors of Science degree at Lindenwood University while on an ice hockey scholarship. While in college, she excelled in ice hockey and track and field events. Upon graduation from Lindenwood University, Dr. Keating furthered her education by pursuing her Doctorate of Chiropractic at Logan College of Chiropractic. She completed her doctorate studies in 2014 and then secured a highly sought-after position at a multidisciplinary wellness facility in the St. Louis metro area. It was there she trained under a well-respected chiropractor, who helped her hone her skills and techniques in a high-volume clinic. Since moving to Georgia in 2015, in addition to running the McDonough office for Arrowhead Clinic, Dr. Keating continues her long-standing passion for playing rugby with the Atlanta Harlequins Women's Rugby team. She participates in several local ice hockey leagues and is now working on mastering her cast in fly fishing. One of Dr. Keating’s accident patients stated, “Best clinic ever. Kendall, Hannah, Chloe, and Dr. Keating are the best. They have been so helpful during my accident, I have never been through anything like this, and they are making the process so easy and understandable. Recommend this place to anyone!” Dr. Keating offers potential patients same-day, free consultations. She is available Monday-Friday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.