Lower Back

Loss of work and untold suffering

 

Low back pain results in millions of dollars of lost work and untold suffering every day. Improper sitting or lifting, over-exertion, trauma, or inherited spinal abnormalities can be the cause.

 

Many factors can be responsible for low back pain.

 

Many of the pain-sensing nerves in the spine are in the facet joints, the two interlocking “fingers” at the back of each spinal bone. The normally smooth surfaces on which these joints glide, can become rough, irritated, and inflamed. Surgical treatment often involves removing these facet joints, exposing the spinal cord!

 

Chiropractic care is safer and often more effective than surgery.

 

Another cause of lower back pain can be a bulging disc putting pressure on the spinal cord or a nearby nerve root. The result is often numbness, tingling, or pain down the leg. Cutting away the bulging disc tissue can permanently alter its ability to separate and cushion the adjacent bones. This rarely addresses the underlying structural cause or causes of the problem.

 

Chiropractic doctors often consult with neurologists, radiologists, and orthopedic specialists when designing care programs for patients with disc involvement.

 

The chiropractic approach is to help restore a more normal motion and position of affected spinal bones by specific chiropractic adjustments. The simplicity and success of this approach has been documented in numerous research projects and has helped many clients avoid risky surgery.

Chiropractic adjustments help normalize function to reduce painful symptoms – without drugs or surgery.

 

Find out if your back problems is a chiropractic case and enjoy the positive results that millions of clients have discovered.

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