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Back pain is a common musculoskeletal problem that affects about 8 in 10 people. It’s the leading cause of disability globally and sends millions of Americans to the emergency room each year. A proper evaluation and treatment of the source of you back pain can cut you healing time in half.
Back pain refers to any discomfort, stiffness, or irritation that affects any area of your spine, including the lumbar, thoracic, or sacral regions. It can occur due to injuries, underlying health problems, or lifestyle factors like poor posture.
No matter the cause, it’s important to receive treatment for back pain. Without prompt intervention, back pain only gets worse, and it can negatively impact your mobility, job, or daily life.
Back pain affects everyone differently and varies in severity. Sometimes it causes a dull ache in the mid-low back. Other times, patients experience symptoms that radiate into their buttocks, legs, or feet. Other times, one can experience a sharp, stabbing, or shock-like sensations that occur intermittently or constantly.
These symptoms are concerning and may reveal an underlying disorder in your spine or a larger muscular or postural issue.
• Nerve damage
• Trauma, such as slip/falls
• Muscle or ligament strains
• Postural issues
• Overuse disorders
• Bulging or ruptured discs
• Repetitive Stress
Our team diagnose, prevent, and treat all types of back pain.
Your evaluation will start with our medically trained, board certified chiropractor who will evaluate your conditions and determine the underlying cause of your discomfort. Each treatment plan is customized to suit the patient’s individual needs and may include chiropractic adjustments, myofascial release, a medical massage, MD acupuncture treatments, and therapeutics/modalities including cryotherapy, electrical stimulation, core stability exercises, muscle rehabilitation and stretching.