Back Pain? Wobbly Gait? Unsteady Walking? Fort Wayne Chiropractic Helps! 04/02/2013If you have lower back pain with or without lower extremity pain (leg pain), have you ever felt a bit tipsy – that is, sort of in a state in imbalance? Do you have a sense of unsteadiness when walking? Well, join the crowd! Other Fort Wayne lower back pain patients do, too. Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc lowers the back pain that ushers in this walking imbalance and gets you walking the straight-and-narrow once again! Curiously enough, pain intensity has been shown to correlate with postural sway (sort of like a dizzy walk). Correspondently, as pain is lowered, an individual feels more balanced with a normal gait or walking stance. Some of Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc’s patients even lean onto the hallway walls as they walk to their chiropractic treatment rooms. So just how much pain reduction has been discovered to lower postural sway? If pain is reflected on a scale of 1 to 10 (1 being the least pain and 10 the worst), it was found that a drop of 4 points equated to meaningful decrease in postural sway. (1) Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc will have you report on your pain at every visit. Your progress is very important to us, and we want to keep track of it. Now, visualize that if the pain were not lowered. There could be a positive increase in postural sway to the point of feasibly creating problems in getting through the day or being more likely to fall. In this study, postural sway stayed close to the same to baseline for lower back pain patients who did not report significant pain reduction. So Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc uses our chiropractic treatment plan to help lower your back pain as swiftly as attainable. Understand that postural sway modifications are closely connected to your self-reported pain intensities on that 1 to 10 scale. Pain interference appears to be accountable for the changed sway in lower back pain sufferers. This is why Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc uses sway measures as an objective monitoring tool during lower back pain treatment and/or rehabilitation starting during your chiropractic examination. Your Fort Wayne chiropractor at Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc is trained to recognize postural faults that occur with lower back pain or leg pain. Contact Cox Chiropractic Medicine Inc for relief of both your lower back pain and imbalance issues. You’ll be glad you did!« View All Spine Articles"This information and website content is not intended to diagnose, guarantee results, or recommend specific treatment or activity. It is designed to educate and inform only. Please consult your physician for a thorough examination leading to a diagnosis and well-planned treatment strategy. See more details on the DISCLAIMER page. Content is reviewed by Dr. James M. Cox I."