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If you experience back pain, you will want to consult a specialized back chiropractor. With a thorough knowledge of the structure and functioning of the human body, they can make a diagnosis and recommend the appropriate therapy specifically for you to correct problems using spinal adjustments, advice on diet and lifestyle, exercise, and other natural means.

The prevention techniques below offered by a back chiropractor can help lessen the severity of your symptoms if you have a lower back injury. Here are several ways that can help prevent or lesson your lower back pain:

Chiropractic services are usually sought for pain relief arising from the injury to the nervous and musculoskeletal systems. But in the tradition of chiropractic care, the whole person is cared for. For example, when a patient with low back pain first comes to the office, they will be asked for detailed information about their overall health. This may include past accident history, past hospitalizations, current medication list, family and social histories, occupational history, habit history, and a review of all the body’s systems (cardiovascular, respiratory, endocrine, EENT, genitourinary, skin, digestive, blood/lymphatic, and more).

Chiropractor services treat the whole person so when obesity is present in a patient, the chiropractor sees treating it as part of the healing process. Although the main focus is usually given to the primary complaint, all the reasons as to why the low back hurts are considered. In most cases, there is more than one single cause. Your chiropractic doctor will give you a thorough examination to identify all the possible reasons as to how the back was injured. They can then treat the cause of your pain, not just the symptom.

In simple terms, “spine decompression therapy” is described as the relief of pressure on one or more pinched nerves in the spinal column. There are two ways to achieve spinal decompression—surgically and non-surgically. Spine decompression therapy is used to treat conditions that result in chronic back pain such as disc bulge, disc herniation, sciatica, and spinal stenosis. If you are suffering from any of these conditions, you may be a candidate for the DRS Protocol™, the spine decompression therapy that is the leading alternative to invasive surgery.

If your medical physician has recommended surgical spinal decompression, two procedures are commonly used:

With summer in full swing, everyone’s outdoor activities have surely increased. You may be painting the house, laying a new patio, hiking or biking, playing tennis, swimming, boating, or golfing, just to name a few! All this activity has probably been a big change for your muscles, whether or not you worked out or trained over the winter months. Extra pressure and strain are being put on your back and neck, which can result in all sorts of problems or injuries. These problems can be alleviated with the right chiropractic adjustments.

But you may be wondering just how chiropractic adjustments can help you? The key is to not wait until you are in pain to set up a schedule for chiropractic adjustments! Chiropractic adjustments to the spine can help the body recover from injury or strain naturally by ensuring the body is in proper alignment and free of interference.

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