Low Back Pain
If you have ever experienced low back pain you know that it can be scary. When you can’t tie your shoes or flush the toilet without pain, you wonder how you will ever be able to work or enjoy your favorite hobbies. Back pain can be mild or debilitating. Statistics suggest roughly 80% of Americans experience low back pain at some point in their life. Low back pain is often the cause of wear and tear more than accidents or injuries. As people age they often become less conditioned and weaker muscles lead to poor posture and body mechanics in general. This increases the risk for sprains, sprains, herniated discs, sciatica, arthritis and nerve pain
Treatment is based on severity and may include chiropractic adjustments, massage, and other pain relieving techniques.
The best treatment is prevention. We provide instruction for preventive exercises and stretches and other helpful tips to reduce your chances of ever having back pair or at least preventing flare ups.