Last updated 6 days ago
Dynamic Health & Pain Management is very involved with the Charlotte community. Our Charlotte pain management facility supports local charities and participate in corporate events and community screenings. If you would like to have us speak at a corporate health fair or provide a community screening, please fill out our Registration Form.
Our facility offers a talented group of medical professionals, including internal medicine doctors, nurse practitioners, chiropractic physicians and several other care providers. Together, this team combines their expertise to develop a personalized treatment plan that addresses your unique needs.
Here is a list of our upcoming events. For more information about our corporate events and community screenings, please call 704-525-6288.
December 2, 2013:
5900 Quail Hollow Road
Charlotte, NC 28210
Time: 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. / 4 to 6 p.m.
December 3, 2013:
Europa Sports Products
11401 Granite St.
Charlotte, NC 28273
Time: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
December 11, 2013:
AT&T Call Center
2359 Perimeter Pointe Dr.
Charlotte, NC 28208
Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
December 14, 2013:
CPI Sponsored 5k Race
Time: To Be Announced
December 18, 2013:
Patient Appreciation Winter Festival
Dynamic Health & Pain Management
5215 South Blvd. Suite A
Charlotte, NC 28217
Time: 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.!
December 20, 2013:
Westin Hotel Safety Event
601 S College St
Charlotte, NC 28202
Time: To Be Announced
If you or someone you love suffers from pain, it's important to get help. There are many effective forms available at our Charlotte pain management clinic to relieve discomfort so that you or your loved one can start living again.
To learn more about our pain management treatments or to schedule an appointment with one of our qualified spine doctors, please call 704-525-6288. If you would like to schedule a company screening for your business, call 704-525-6288 ext. 6209.
Last updated 11 days ago
Dynamic Health & Pain Management would like to wish all of our clients a happy Thanksgiving! We have enjoyed being one of the best Charlotte pain management facilities and could not be more thrilled to be part of this thriving community.
Trusting us with the diagnosis and treatment of your pain is something we appreciate and never lose sight of. Our team of dedicated medical professionals works hard every day to provide our clients with quality care in a warm and comforting environment.
Our team of pain management providers and rehabilitative specialists are focused on one goal – stopping your pain and getting you back to living a healthy and active life. We sincerely wish you and your family a happy (and pain-free) Thanksgiving!
What We’re Thankful For
First and foremost, we are thankful for our clients. Obviously, none of this would be possible without them.
Over the years, we have been fortunate enough to work with some amazing individuals and we look forward to continuing our efforts to help Charlotte residents find lasting relief from acute and chronic pain.
We are also thankful for the Dynamic Health & Pain Management team. Our team of medical professionals is second to none! We’re lucky to have a staff of compassionate, caring pain management providers who make our clients feel comfortable and confident in the treatment they receive.
If You’re in Pain…
Remember, if you or someone you love suffers from chronic pain, it is important to get help immediately. There are many effective forms of pain treatment available to relieve discomfort so that you or your loved one can start living again.
Dynamic Health & Pain Management provides a vast array of pain management options for individuals in the greater Charlotte, North Carolina region who are experiencing pain.
To learn more about our Charlotte pain management treatments, or to schedule an appointment with one of our qualified spine doctors, call 704-525-6288. We look forward to working with you in the future and hope you have a fantastic Thanksgiving!
Last updated 19 days ago
At Dynamic Health & Pain Management, we know that maintaining good posture is beneficial for adults and children in many ways, but it’s also something that many Charlotte residents struggle with. Regular slouching can cause you to have a misaligned spine, which can result in chronic pain.
Many of us spend several hours a day hunched over a keyboard or slumped over a desk, which is detrimental to your posture. There are, however, several exercises you can do to counteract these poor posture habits. To improve your posture and reduce aches and pains, try these exercises:
Standing wall angel
Stand flat up against a wall with your back to the wall and feet about shoulder-width apart.
Press the small of your back into the wall and bend your arms to that the backs of your arms and hands are pressed against the wall at a 90-degree angle to your body. If you can’t get your arms against the wall do not arch your back just take elbows back until you feel a stretch.
Move your arms up the wall, keeping your wrists and elbows pressed against the wall (if you can). You are aiming to get the hands together above the head, but again don’t worry if this isn’t possible yet just do the range of movement you are capable of.
Lower hands to the starting position.
Repeat 10 times.
Sit on the edge of your chair with your feet flat on the floor and your hands by your sides.
Lift your chest, arch your lower back slightly and point the crown of your head directly up at the ceiling — think tall.
From this position, turn your palms outward and relax your shoulders down. This will pull your shoulders back and open up your chest.
Look straight forward then try to retract your chin toward the back of your head without tilting your head backward
Hold this position for 10 seconds whilst breathing normally and then relax for 10 seconds.
Repeat five times. Try and do this exercise several times a day, especially if you spend a lot of time at a desk or watching TV.
Chest and shoulder stretch
Lie on your back.
Stretch arms out to the side and turn palms so they face upward.
Inhale deeply, then exhale. Hold 30 seconds. Do two to four times.
Lie on your back, arms stretched out to the side.
Bend elbows 90 degrees so arms are in a bench-press position.
Squeeze shoulder blades together without arching your back.
Hold five to 10 seconds. Do two to four times.
Hip flexor stretch
This exercise prevents the pelvis from tilting forward and down, which may cause tension in the lower back muscles.
While standing, lunge right leg forward onto a step; bend that knee until you feel a stretch in left hip.
Be careful not to lunge too far. Hold 30 seconds.
Switch legs and repeat. Do two to four sets.
Lie on your back, with knees bent and feet flat on the floor.
Squeeze your butt muscles and push hips toward the ceiling, keeping shoulders on the floor.
Hold five to 10 seconds. Do two to four times.
This exercise prevents ankles from collapsing inward (pronating), which can lead to knee pain and hip misalignment.
Stand with arms stretched forward and palms against a wall.
Keep left knee slightly bent and step right leg back. Keep right foot flat on the floor.
Hold 15 seconds. Then, point toes of right foot inward and hold 15 seconds.
Switch legs and repeat. Do two to four sets.
While standing, reach down and find ankle bones with thumb and index finger.
Slide fingers forward until you feel a dimple in front of each bone.
To get a sense of the ankle’s range of motion, roll foot outward until you feel pressure on your index finger, then inward until you feel pressure on your thumb.
Find the midpoint of that motion and stand up.
This is the position in which your ankle is properly aligned. Practice standing in this position.
Poor posture can cause chronic back and shoulder problems, and could even cause internal organ problems. Sitting improperly at your desk can also be the cause of chronic headaches.
At Dynamic Health & Pain Management, our treatment protocols incorporate a combination of medical diagnostics, rehabilitative treatment options and chiropractic spinal adjustments. This approach allows us to deliver pain relief as quickly as possible, stabilize your condition and address the root cause of your pain, minimizing the likelihood of reoccurrence.
If you or a loved one suffer from chronic pain, it’s time to stop suffering and start living again. To learn more about the benefits of pain management treatments, call Dynamic Health & Pain Management at 704-525-6288 to schedule a consultation. Our spine specialists can effectively address your back pain problems.
Last updated 24 days ago
Dr. Peter Cox, a chiropractic physician with Dynamic Health & Pain Management, appeared on WCNC's Charlotte Today this morning to discuss the dangers of chronic pain with hosts Colleen Odegaard and Ramona Holloway.
Many people believe that acute and chronic pain is an inevitable part of life - or they make the mistake of assuming their aches and pains will go away on their own. This unfortunate assumption can prove detrimental, leading to even more pain and discomfort.
Watch the video to learn more about the dangers of chronic pain and how the pain management and rehabilitative specialists at Dynamic Health & Pain Management can help.
Watch: The Dangers of Chronic Pain: Dr. Peter Cox on WCNC's Charlotte Today!
If you or someone you love suffers from chronic pain it is important to get help. There are many effective forms of pain treatment available to relieve discomfort so that you or your loved one can start living again.
Dynamic Health & Pain Management provides a vast array of pain management options for individuals in the greater Charlotte, North Carolina region who are experiencing back pain.
To learn more about our pain management treatments or to schedule an appointment with one of our qualified spine doctors, please call 704-525-6288.
Last updated 1 month ago
Individuals dealing with chronic pain may also suffer from functional limitations. These limitations often lead to further deterioration and can also contribute to increasing pain.
In many cases, physical therapy has been exhausted and medications may have been escalated to doses that are no longer therapeutic. This vicious cycle is seen very commonly in our patient population.
At Dynamic Health and Pain Management, it’s our goal to decrease pain and help increase function. In addition to our treatments, we encourage our patients to participate in a form of exercise that is low impact and provides a myriad of health benefits.
One form of low-impact exercise that can decrease pain and improve functionality is the ancient Chinese martial art Tai Chi.
What is Tai Chi?
Chi is translated as “life force”. This life force can be defined as “bio-electricity”. Once this life force stops flowing, we cease to exist. Tai Chi is thought to promote proper flow of Chi, allowing balance to be restored to the body. This balance allows the body to exist in harmony with its surroundings.
Tai Chi was developed thousands of years ago as a form of self defense. In recent years, this martial art has been utilized as a health practice. It is a gentle form of exercise that can help increase fitness, strength, balance and flexibility. It allows for an individual to put each joint in the body through its proper range of motion. This deliberate, slow form of exercise allows it to be practiced by all age groups.
How Can Tai Chi Help Reduce Chronic Pain?
Recent publications have outlined the benefits of Tai Chi for medical conditions including but not limited to: chronic pain, osteoporosis, arthritis, hypertension and Parkinson’s disease. Tai Chi has also been shown to decrease stress while improving sleep and sexual function. Therefore, the health benefits for individuals suffering with chronic pain extend well beyond their chief complaint.
Dynamic Health & Pain Management Treatments
At Dynamic Health & Pain Management, we take a multidisciplinary approach to the evaluation and treatment of pain. Under the leadership of Dr. Peter Cox, our medical and therapeutic specialists work together to create a treatment plan to manage your pain and stop pain from managing you.
Our treatment protocols incorporate a combination of medical diagnostics, chiropractic spinal adjustments, physical therapy and medical rehabilitative treatment options. This approach allows us to deliver pain relief as quickly as possible, stabilize your condition and address the root cause of your pain, minimizing the likelihood of symptoms returning.
Combined with cutting-edge diagnostic and therapeutic tools, our pain treatment protocol separates Dynamic Health & Pain Management from any other clinic in the Carolinas.
If you or a loved one suffer from chronic pain, it's time to stop suffering and start living again. To learn more about the benefits of pain management treatments, call Dynamic Health & Pain Management at 704-525-6288 to schedule a consultation. Our spine specialists can effectively address your back pain problems.