Dr. Roger Clifford offers short term chiropractic care for your back or neck pain. Walk-ins are welcome. There are no long term treatment plans. Most new patients can be seen same day they call. Dr. Roger Clifford has taken the ChiroTrust Pledge: “To the best of my ability, I agree to provide my patients convenient, affordable, and mainstream Chiropractic Care. I will not use unnecessary long-term treatment plans and/or therapies.”
If you suffer from low back or neck pain, you probably want to find out what’s causing your pain. Obviously, you also want to feel better as quickly as possible, in as few chiropractic visits as possible. We take it one visit at a time, or one week at a time, and see how you’re doing. If you need just one visit, or just a week or two of visits, that’s great. Once you’ve benefitted as much as you like, you’ll be released.
Dr. Roger Clifford realizes that while you are suffering due to your neck or back pain, you probably don’t have a lot of time to deal with it. That’s why he has an open office policy in which you can come in anytime during our office hours, even without an appointment. Wait times are kept to a minimum. He also understands that all you want is to get relief from your neck or back pain, and to be able to do things again you like to do. There will be absolutely no pressure or obligation for long term care. You’ll be able to feel better in a convenient and hassle free environment.
Back pain occurs for a variety of reasons. Some of the common causes of chronic back pain are: lumbar disk herniation, degenerative disk disease, and isthmic spondylolisthesis. In older adults, causes of back pain include: facet joint osteoarthritis and degenerative spondylolisthesis.
The bones of the spine are cushioned by disks which are filled with fluid. Sometimes, due to injury or age, the fluid in the disk can leak out. Because the disk protects the spinal root nerve, when the fluid leaks, pressure from the spinal bones are placed on the nerve, causing pain. Pain that is the result of a herniated disk can radiate down the back and legs. Symptoms of a herniated disk include:
While the pain of a herniated disk usually improves after about six weeks, there are non-surgical options patients can use to alleviate the pain of a herniated disk while they recover. An experienced chiropractor can help ease the pain of a herniated disk and offer much-needed relief. Dr. Roger Clifford is a Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist who can help relieve your neck and back pain. If you are looking for a chiropractor in Dallas, TX or Addison, TX, contact our office today to get the relief you need.
As an avid runner himself, Dr. Roger Clifford understands the unique physical demands runners place on their bodies. He also knows how important it is to keep runners running if possible, or to get runner back to running as soon as possible. Many of the injuries he treats he’s also suffered through himself and he uses that personal perspective to help his runners and other athletes recover.
While lumbar degenerative disk disease is genetically inherited, its progression can be exacerbated by the natural strain running places on the body. Isthmic spondylolisthesis is a condition whereby one vertebrae slips forward over the one below it, putting increased pressure on the nerves. Sometimes this occurs due to small fractures or stress placed on the bones. 5-7% of the population has some form of isthmic spondylolisthesis. Isthmic spondylolisthesis occurs due to repetitive stress on the bones of the back. While in most cases there are few or no symptoms, running or repetitive strain on the bones can increase the chance that symptoms will develop. In this case, a person suffering from this condition will experience back or neck pain. The severity of slippage of the vertebrae are rated on a scale of one to four. A slippage with a grade of one means that 25% or less of the vertebrae has slipped forward. A grade of two means that less than 50% of the vertebrae has slipped forward. A grade of three, means that anywhere from 50% to 75% percent of the vertebrae has slipped forward. A grade of four means that the vertebrae has slipped off center more than 75%. For most people, the slippage rarely exceeds a level two. In these cases, a chiropractor can offer non-surgical relief.
As a runner himself, Dr. Roger Clifford understands how the repetitive stress of running can lead to neck and back pain. He also understands how important pain management is for runners and joggers who wish to continue to run and jog as part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Clifford has the years of experience and training required to help athletes and individuals suffering from neck and back pain as a result of repetitive stress from running, jogging, or other physically-demanding activities. Finding a chiropractor in Dallas, TX and Addison, TX who understands the needs of athletes can keep you engaging in the activities you love and help you perform at your best.
In addition to offering relief for neck and back pain due to the conditions discussed above, Dr. Clifford can help patients suffering from:
Dr. Clifford strives to ensure that patients receive relief for their suffering without the need for invasive surgery or medication. When you visit our office, Dr. Clifford will take the time to understand your unique medical history and then help plan the best possible course of treatment. Call our offices today to schedule a consultation. Relief is on the way!
Located In Far North Dallas Near the Dallas North Tollway
4222 Trinity Mills Rd, Suite 106, Dallas, TX 75287
Call Clifford Pain Relief Chiropractic at 972-934-1660
ChiroTrust™ members are a group of Doctors of Chiropractic worldwide who have taken “The ChiroTrust Pledge” and are dedicated to providing conservative, mainstream chiropractic care to patients without sales pressure, long-term recommendations, unnecessary therapies or excessive costs.
“To the best of my ability, I agree to provide my patients convenient, affordable, and mainstream Chiropractic care. I will not use unnecessary long-term treatment plans and/or therapies.”
Chiro-Trust™ has an excellent website for consumers, chiropractors, and medical providers that provides high quality information on many of the common conditions chiropractors treat on a daily basis. The most common conditions chiropractors treat are low back pain, neck pain, whiplash, headaches, carpal tunnel syndrome, Fibromyalgia, shoulder pain, hip, knee and ankle pain, and more. Make sure to check Chiro-Trust.org for up to date information on these, and other conditions, and find out how chiropractic can help you on the road to a healthy life.
Hands on movement of bones and joints helps you feel better and restores function. Dr. Clifford's patients frequently talk about how wonderful the adjustments feel!
We provide advanced spinal correction utilizing state-of-the-art chiropractic techniques. Never in the history of chiropractic have we been able to provide the level of help and expertise that now exists. These newer correction methods are safer, more comfortable and more effective than ever before.
Registered massage therapists provide soft tissue, deep tissue, myofascial therapy, trigger poing, sports, and other techniques to help enhance your chiropractic treatment. Massage therapy offers a natural conservative treatment approach that relieves musculoskeletal pain for many patients. Our office provides specific massage and muscular therapy that is tailored to meet the patient's condition and injury.
The benefits of massage therapy may include increasing blood circulation, reducing swelling, relaxing muscles, relieving muscle pain and spasms, and aid in recovery and range of motion.
Computer-electronic scanning allows Dr. Clifford to provide highly specific shoe inserts.
Created just for you, they help with more than foot problems; improved gait helps your adjustments 'hold' better.
Comfortable roller beds and muscle stimulation reduce spasm, tension, and pain; adjustments feel even better. Our Cold Laser Therapy is highly effective for arthritis, carpal tunnel syndrome, tennis elbow, knee pain, rotator cuff syndrome, tendinitis and more.
Exercise and rehabilitation strengthens muscles to help you heal and feel better longer.