Chiropractors In Tempe Arizona Offer Natural Pain Relief

July 29, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ - Unity Physician Services, a group of chiropractors in Tempe Arizona, recently discussed the growing opioid crisis and the fact that they offer natural methods of pain relief. The clinic states that they offer the latest technology from a team of trusted and compassionate physicians who are experienced in many disciplines related to pain relief.

Dr. Thomas Morgan with Unity Physician Services says, “Relief from pain, even chronic pain, does not necessarily mean a narcotic pain medication prescription and it does not necessarily mean surgery. We offer a wide range of treatments that are non-invasive and much more natural, and all of these methods have shown great success in many patients.”


Dr. Morgan states that given the number of patients in the United States alone who are now addicted to prescription pain medication, he feels that patients who suffer from chronic pain need to know that there are other methods of treatment that are available. He adds that many doctors, instead of focusing on the root cause of the pain, will simply treat the pain.

“If a patient is in pain, then there has to be a reason,” says Dr. Morgan. “Not finding the cause of the pain means that the patient will never be healed. There are so many things that can cause pain from arthritis to fibromyalgia and everything in between. We focus on the root cause of the pain and we deal with that.”

The pain relief clinic in Tempe stays on top of the latest technology, with staff members continuing their education on a regular basis in order to better help their patients. Dr. Morgan states that there are many natural methods of pain relief that can range from chiropractic services to onsite injections, which are not addictive and can work instantly in some cases.

He says that before any treatment is administered, the patient is thoroughly examined. The clinic helps to treat pain in the neck, legs, arms and back and state that the only way to really treat this pain is to find what is causing it.

“Medications simply mask the pain,” says Dr. Morgan. “The patient may feel better for a bit, but whatever is causing the pain is still there. Once the medication wears off, the pain returns. And surgery is something that should be reserved for extreme cases. There are so many risks associated with surgery that patients deserve to know that there are alternative methods that may very well solve their pain issues.”

Dr. Morgan states that anyone who is in constant pain can visit the pain stop clinics in Arizona and speak with a physician. He states that the initial appointment will be a consultation with the patient to try to get to the root of the problem. Once the problem is identified, then Dr. Morgan says that a plan for treatment can be discussed. He adds that patients in pain should contact the office to schedule an appointment to see if they can treat their pain naturally as opposed to masking it or risking other, more serious treatments.

Those who are interested in learning more will find a complete list of the treatments that are offered at the clinic on their official website. The website provides detailed information about each of their treatments as well as information about what could be causing chronic pain in some patients.

Dr. Morgan states that anyone in Tempe or the surrounding areas who is dealing with chronic pain deserves a chance to live a pain-free life. Those who are interested in learning more can schedule a consultation through the clinic’s website or contact them directly by phone or email to set up an appointment. Dr. Thomas reiterates that there are more natural methods of treating pain than what is being offered in most hospitals and physician’s offices and he says that patients who do not want to go the medication or surgery route should contact the office to schedule an appointment at their earliest convenience.


For more information about Unity Physician Services, contact the company here:

Unity Physician Services
Dr. Thomas Morgan
4765 S Lakeshore Dr, Tempe AZ 85282

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