Injured on the Job? See How Chiropractic Can Help

Chiropractic care may reduce the number of missed worked days for back and neck pain, according to recent research. In a new survey, people who received chiropractic care tended to miss fewer work days compared to people who hadn't seen a chiropractor.

In this 2013 study, 650 laborers in Minnesota who reported back or neck pain were questioned. The researchers discovered that most of those surveyed admitted that their back pain caused them to miss work or resulted in them making errors on the job.

The most interesting discovery, however, was that those employees who saw a chiropractor had 58% fewer disability days than those who didn't see a chiropractor!

Many studies report that chiropractic care is the optimal way to treat and even prevent back pain, and that's what we've found here in our practice in Salem, OR. Dr. Michels has vast experience diagnosing and treating repetitive motion injuries, back pain, sciatica, and a variety of work injuries. His goal is to get you back on the job without pain as quickly as possible. And that's what he's done for his patients year after year since 1984.

To see how we can help you, give our office a call today at (503) 399-7607.

Cifuentes M, Willetts J, Wasiak R. Health maintenance care in work-related low back pain and its association with disability recurrence. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 2011; 53(4): 396-404.

  1. dr Robertson

    Dr. Julia Robertson, DC is a Chiropractic Physician who worked with Michels Spinal Rehab and Associates and who is now the proud owner of Robertson Spinal Rehab & Associates. She provides personal one on one services specializing in spinal manipulation, physiotherapy, nutritional counseling in addition to developing personal rehab programs.