Chronic pain is a sign that something is wrong within your body. However, many people accept chronic pain as simply being a “part of life.” In many cases, pain is caused by a blockage or misalignment that can be corrected using manual and instrument-guided adjustments. Louisville Medical Center specializes in offering holistic pain management for clients throughout Louisville, Lafayette, Superior and surrounding communities at our office in Louisville, Colorado. Come speak with Dr. Nicholas Hamilton if you’re struggling to manage pain. We treat pain stemming from:

  • Sports injuries.
  • Car accidents.
  • Repetitive usage and stress.
  • Work-related activities.
  • Poor posture.
  • Age.
  • Chronic inflammatory conditions.

At Louisville Medical Center, we’ll never try to fit you into a one-size-fits-all treatment plan. Our whole-body approach focuses on finding the right options for pain management for each client. We’re set apart from other care providers because we take time to do deep diagnostic work that takes into account your “whole body” when determining what’s causing inflammation, poor circulation and other factors that contribute to pain.


Pain Management Without Pain Medication: Is It Possible?

People have many reasons for wanting to avoid pain medications. For some people, histories of addiction and dependence create concerns over using opioid-based treatments to manage pain. However, this is all that many mainstream pain-management doctors can offer. Other patients simply dislike the idea of masking pain with medications while the underlying cause of pain remains untreated. Our clinic is focused on creating long-term healing that removes the source of pain instead of simply providing a temporary way to feel better. Of course, many of our patients do see noticeable improvements in pain immediately after treatment. This is often owed to the fact that their pain is caused by blockages called subluxations that are cutting off blood flow and oxygen to injured areas. Using adjustments to realign the misaligned area can often produce immediate relief! However, full treatment plans often require several visits to ensure that function is fully restored to the area for lasting relief. Treatments like stretching, strength-building exercises, tension-release therapy, Kineseo taping and therapeutic massage can also help to relieve pain. We also offer a wide variety of injections here at Louisville Medical Center that target pain in the joints.


Don't Ignore Pain!

Living with pain is destructive for both the mind and body. People suffering from chronic pain often feel hopeless because pain prevents them from working, participating in activities with family and enjoying the hobbies they love. They are filled with worry over the idea that their pain will never go away. Untreated pain can also cause an injury to grow worse over time. When we don’t treat an injury at the source, our body will continually compensate for the pain in a way that can create additional wear and tear.

Many of the patients we see here at Louisville Medical Center have been living in pain for years without ever finding relief. Many have been discouraged after seeing specialist after specialist without ever creating lasting relief from pain. In some cases, patients come to us after being told that their only hope for living without pain is surgery. They are amazed to discover that the problem they’ve been living with all along can be addressed using simple manual adjustments that help to restore realignment.

Are you looking for holistic pain management in Louisville, Colorado? Pain doesn’t necessarily have to be your companion for life! Call Louisville Medical Center today for a consultation.


Frequently Asked Questions About Pain Management

Yes, many people with arthritis use chiropractic care to help manage symptoms. While chiropractic care can’t directly treat the root cause of arthritis, many people find that it provides general support for reducing inflammation and strengthening range of motion.

Some patients find that chiropractic care relieves inflammation and tension to the point that they are able to stop relying on pain medication to get through the day without pain. Chiropractic care can be part of a comprehensive plan for healing and wellness that incorporates many different methods of managing pain.

While we treat pain for virtually all injuries, most commonly, we treat pain stemming from

  • Sports injuries.
  • Car accidents.
  • Repetitive usage and stress.
  • Work-related activities.
  • Poor posture.
  • Age.
  • Chronic inflammatory conditions.