Take Charge – Guide
January 5, 2021
By Chiro One Wellness Centers
Back, neck, and headaches are some common symptoms associated with musculoskeletal issues. However, pain like these can progress and become chronic if ignored, so don’t wait for it to go away on its own. Keeping a pain journal can help you be proactive in identifying your pain so you can quickly take action with chiropractic care.
Use the questions below to help you get started.
Daily – track any pain symptoms and when you start to notice them. A great place to track this is on your phone. Use “Notes” on your phone or download an app like Google Keep to journal the pain you experience, and the date and time it occurs. This way, the next time you meet with your doctor you will have a good idea of what’s going on.
ie. Lower back pain at 10am – 2 hours into the workday.