Manage Musculoskeletal Pain To Avoid Chronic Disease

Dr. Butwell helps ease musculoskeletal pain which helps prevent chronic disease. 


Musculoskeletal conditions, Georgetown back and neck pain and osteoarthritis of the hip or knee, may lead to chronic disease like cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, chronic respiratory disease or obesity. Such as, those|Georgetown chiropractic patients with osteoarthritis seem to have a higher risk of getting cardiovascular disease. The latest study reports that those with musculoskeletal conditions enjoy a 17% increased possibility of getting a chronic disease. (1) What do the study’s researchers suggest? Manage musculoskeletal diseases at the beginning in their development. Averting and taking care of these musculoskeletal conditions in a timely fashion may help avoid the development of chronic diseases later. Just what the connection is between musculoskeletal conditions and chronic disease risk is not yet known. Your Georgetown chiropractor at Dr. Butwell encourages you to get a handle on your Georgetown back pain and neck pain conditions sooner than later and is ready to help our Georgetown chiropractic patients!

Listen to this PODCAST with Dr. Vincent Pankonin on The Back Doctor’s Podcast with Dr. Michael Johnson about chronic back pain and its Georgetown chiropractic care using the Cox® Technic System.

Georgetown chiropractic care may involve checking the level of vitamin B12 since it may influence back pain relief. 


How Is Your Vitamin B12 Level?

Vitamin B12 maintains the health of nerves and blood cells. Mild B12 deficiency may be unnoticed. More advanced B12 deficiency may result in anemia, tiredness, pale skin, appetite drop, constipation, diarrhea, heart palpitations, etc. One bothersome condition linked to B12 deficiency is subacute combined degeneration of the spinal cord after nitrous oxide anesthesia. (2) Recovering B12 level can help. B12 may be received orally or via injection. One injection study showed that B12 relieved low back pain and disability and lowered patients’ consumption of paracetamol for pain relief. (3) B12 deficiency may be evaded by eating meat, poultry, seafood, dairy products, and eggs or taking B12 supplements. Talk with your Georgetown chiropractor about the best approach for you toward healthy B12 status!

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