Arizona Pain Specialists’ Chiropractic Treatment

Chiropractor PhoenixYour pain represents a unique story… you may have been in an auto accident, sustained a sports injury, suffer from arthritis or a herniated disc. You need a chiropractor and partner who can help you get back a pain-free life. With our chiropractors at ten Valley locations, Your Pain Stops Here!

More than an Arizona Chiropractic Provider

You don’t just need a chiropractor, you need a pain management partner. Arizona Pain Specialists would like to be your chiropractic partner and work closely with you to understand your unique circumstances. Arizona Pain will design a customized plan that enables you to get out of pain. This may include manipulations, physical rehabilitation (PT/Rehab), physiotherapy, pain management medication, interventional pain management, Spinal Decompression Therapy, a TENS Unit, or acupuncture.

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Scottsdale Chiropractor Chance Moore, DC

Dr. Chance Moore, DC is the Scottsdale chiropractor at Arizona Pain Specialists. He is is certified in Active Release Technique and is licensed by the Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He holds the board-certified specialties of Acupuncture and Physiotherapy. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

Along with their top notch chiropractor in Scottsdale, Arizona Pain has additional chiropractors serving Glendale, Mesa, Chandler, and Phoenix including:

  1.  Dr. Tiffany Moat – chiropractor in Glendale AZ
  2.  Dr. Nicole Kibler – chiropractor in Chiropractor

Along with treating back, neck, and extremity pain, Arizona Pain Specialists’ chiropractors effectively treat migraines and tension headaches, sports injuries, auto accidents, fibromyalgia, RSD, disc herniations, disc bulges, and failed back and neck surgery in Phoenix and Scottsdale. There are additional chiropractors at the ten Arizona Pain locations performing the same comprehensive pain management treatments.

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The Basics of Chiropractic Care

Chiropractic care was founded in the 1890’s with considerable expansion in the 20th century. It is now well established in the US, Canada, and Australia. Chiropractic doctors (DC’s) obtain their education in the US in programs that are accredited through the Council on Chiropractic Education.

After obtaining an undergraduate degree, chiropractic school takes 4 more years of training. There are 18 programs in the US, 2 in Canada, 6 in Australasia, and 5 in Europe. There are an estimated 53,000 chiropractors in the US as of 2006.

The percentage of population that utilizes chiropractic treatment at any given time in the US is about 10-12%. The vast majority who seek chiropractor treatment do so for relief from back and neck pain, most specifically for low back pain. Since chiropractor care often overlaps with physical therapy, patients with extremity pain, including knee, hip, shoulder, elbow, wrist, etc are treated effectively as well.

Satisfaction rates are typically higher for chiropractic care compared to medical care, with a 1998 survey reporting 83% of respondents satisified or very satisfied with their care. In the US, most states require insurers to cover chiropractic care. Chiropractic treatment is typically covered by most insurance plans. Chiropractic therapy is generally safe when employed skillfully and appropriately.

spinal decompression PhoenixSystematic reviews of chiropractic treatment have shown effectiveness for back pain. The profession combines aspects from mainstream and alternative medicine. Common patient management involves chiropractic spinal manipulation and other manual therapies to the joints and soft tissues, rehab and physical therapy exercises, electrical modalities (such as TENS Units), ice, trigger point therapy, ultrasound, and NonSurgical Spinal Decompression Therapy.

Chiropractic treatment overlaps with several other manual therapy professions, including massage therapy, osteopathy, and physical therapy. Spinal manipulation, which chiropractors call “spinal adjustment” or “chiropractic adjustment” is the most common treatment used in chiropractic care.

There are multiple types of adjustment techniques performed by chiropractors. Diversified Technique (full spine manipulation), Activator Technique (spring loaded tool), Gonstead, Cox flexion-distraction, Nimmo Receptor-Tonus chiropractic manipulationTechnique, and Applied Kinesiology.

Dr. Chance Moore, DC is the Scottsdale chiropractor at Arizona Pain Specialists. He is is certified in Active Release Technique and is licensed by the Arizona Board of Chiropractic Examiners. He holds the board-certified specialties of Acupuncture and Physiotherapy. He is also a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist.

Along with treating back, neck, and extremity pain, Dr. Moore effectively treats migraines and tension headaches, sports injuries, auto accidents, fibromyalgia, RSD, disc herniations, disc bulges, and failed back and neck surgery in Phoenix and Scottsdale. There are additional chiropractors at the other Arizona Pain locations performing the same comprehensive pain management treatments.

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Arizona Pain Specialists offers comprehensive pain management at its AZ pain centers including Chiropractor clinics in Scottsdale, Phoenix, Glendale, Chandler, and  Medication Management, Pain Management Injections, PT/Rehab, Physical Rehab, Acupuncture, Massage, and Spinal Decompression Therapy.

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