Options for Back Pain Treatment

Options for Back Pain Treatment

three common conditions chiropractors help

Chiropractic care has been demonstrated to be a safe and effective method of providing relief for patients who suffer from chronic back pain and discomfort. Mild chronic pain, which is acceptable but can still interfere with your daily activities, can progress to incapacitating agony that interferes with every part of living imaginable - including sleeping at night! Chronic pain can be caused by a variety of factors. When it comes to acute or chronic pain, chiropractic care has the potential to bring relief where other treatments have failed. Don't give up hope just yet. There are still therapy alternatives available to you even if it appears that there is no light at the end of the tunnel. Discover what causes lower back discomfort and how chiropractic therapy can help to maintain and enhance spinal health as you continue reading.


The back is a complicated, multifaceted structure that can be difficult to treat if one does not have a thorough understanding of all of its various parts. Additionally, there are tendons and ligaments, muscles surrounding your shoulders and neck — which are the ones that are most frequently related to pain — as well as discs between them all! It may appear that there is no way to find out what is causing your pain unless we begin to examine these various bones and muscles more closely... but fortunately, chiropractic care has proven to be quite helpful in treating underlying disorders connected to spinal misalignment. Although this article will provide some broad ideas when researching chiropractic therapy, the majority of people will require professional assistance in order to determine what their unique concerns may be and how best to handle them.


In addition to pain, herniated discs can cause a wide range of other symptoms and disorders as well. The jelly-like center of the disc bulges or pushes out and compresses against adjacent nerves. In many circumstances, this process can result in terrible amounts of pain, and in some cases, it can even result in paralysis as a result of neuropathy (nerve damage). A disc can become inflamed, resulting in discomfort that feels like it's shooting or stabbing. A disc injury can also result in leg weakness if the disc is ruptured.

A chiropractor will examine your back in detail to identify the extent of any problems and to select the most effective course of therapy. According to how bad your pain is, they can also give you relief through therapy, adjustments, or exercises!


Subluxations can be a severe and sometimes overlooked source of back discomfort for many people. In most cases, they're excruciatingly painful, causing you to lose considerable amounts of movement and leaving you feeling irritated or even frightened about how it may affect other elements of your life. Fortunately, chiropractic adjustments can be used to cure subluxations without the use of drugs or surgery. If you believe you may be suffering from subluxations, you should consult with a chiropractor as soon as possible.


Back strains and sprains are most common when we perform tasks to which our bodies are not accustomed, when we lift objects incorrectly, or when we are involved in an accident. They can occur for a variety of causes, but back pain most frequently happens by twisting too much while carrying something heavy - which is also painful!

Because muscles are stimulated during movement, it is likely that bruising will develop around the affected area in these situations. If you have a back sprain, you should seek chiropractic care since chiropractors are qualified to help with alignment difficulties such as those found in spinal injuries.


Muscle spasms and tension can both contribute to back discomfort in some people. Trigger points are areas of the body where tension builds up, and they can be extremely uncomfortable. This tension accumulates as a result of the production of stress hormones, which cause your muscles to remain tense throughout the day, without a break. In addition to using treatments such as spinal adjustments to relieve this type of pressure rapidly, a qualified chiropractor will be able to identify and address any underlying issues in your body that may be causing you to feel tense and tight.

If you believe you may be experiencing any of the issues listed above, please schedule an appointment with our staff at NuSpine Chiropractic.