Back pain affects millions of people, many of whom turn to chiropractic treatments for help. The reason they do this is the understanding that a chiropractor can use spinal manipulation and other techniques to help ease their pain because the alignment of one’s spine is related to one’s overall health and well-being. Chiropractic treatments have shown to be very effective in reducing back pain, and low force spinal adjustments have consistently eased lower back pain for millions who have opted for regular therapy.
What Chiropractic Treatments Do
When you visit a trained professional for chiropractic treatments, the chiropractor will take you through an examination so that they can understand your condition better. This may require x-rays or other imaging depending on the situation. The chiropractor will then create a plan of action specifically for your situation. Headaches and lower back pain are among the most common conditions treated by a chiropractor, and chiropractic treatments do this by focusing on spinal adjustments and soft tissue technique similar to massage to aid pain management while stimulating the body’s self-healing abilities.
Understanding The Process
Chiropractic treatment of back pain generally involve chiropractic adjustments, which are high-velocity movements that stretch muscles and joints, in order to increase the mobility within those areas.
Chiropractic treatments may involve recommendations for physical activity, coupled with nutritional supplements, the use of hot and cold packs, electrical stimulation or a change in diet. This is non-surgical treatment of disorders of the nervous system and/or musculoskeletal system, and studies have shown that manual therapies are generally quite effective for treating back pain as well as herniated disc for radiculopathy and other conditions.
For Chiropractic Treatments
If you have questions about back pain, how chiropractic treatments can alleviate your symptoms, or advice on how to manage any other physical condition, contact Dr. Bartoe by calling (407) 494-0053 or using this online form.