Chiropractic Care For Back Pain

Chiropractic Care For Back Pain

Reaching Your Maximum Potential

When your nervous system, muscular system, and skeletal system are all working efficiently together you can then reach your maximum potential. Chiropractors use spinal manipulation, mobilization, and adjunctive therapies, to restore or to enhance joint function and reduce pain. As well, Chiropractors are highly trained neuromusculoskeletal specialists who know how to diagnose, evaluate, and treat your nervous system, muscular system, and skeletal system.

A properly aligned body can protect itself from injury far more easily than a body that is not aligned.

Chiropractic Manipulation As A Therapeutic Treatment for Lower Back Pain.

If you have lower back pain, then our Chiropractic team would use manual manipulation of the abnormal vertebra to improve functionality, reduce nerve irritability and restore range of motion in the back.

Manual Manipulation 

Manual Manipulation is the application of an accurately determined and specifically directed manual force to the body, in order to improve mobility in areas that are restricted; in joints, in connective tissues or in skeletal muscles. Taken From Spine Health

Injury Prevention 101:
As part of your injury prevention plan, many of the published guidelines recommend including a chiropractic adjustment as part of your early care for lower back pain.

Common Symptoms We Help:

Remember, chiropractors, treat back pain and neck pain by using non-invasive, drug-free, chiropractic care, such as a chiropractic adjustment.

  • Chiropractic Care For Neck Pain
  • Chiropractic Care For Back Pain
  • Chiropractic Care For Head Aches
  • Chiropractic Care For Sciatica
  • Chiropractic Care For Auto Accidents

What Does A Chiropractic Adjustment Involve? 

A chiropractic adjustment typically involves:

  • A high velocity, short lever arm thrust applied to a vertebra
  • An accompanying, audible release of gas (joint cavitation) that is caused by the release of oxygen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide, which releases joint pressure (cavitation)19
  • A relieving sensation most of the time, although minor discomfort has been reported (that usually lasts for a short time duration) if the surrounding muscles are in spasm or the patient tenses up during this chiropractic care.

 


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