Back Pain Treatment From Injury Health Center
Chronic back pain is something most people wind up dealing with at some point. Chronic back pain often is temporary and arises from a pre-existing condition. You might have wrenched your back while shoveling snow, improperly tried to lift a heavy object, or maybe just got out of bed the wrong way on a cold morning. No matter the cause, the result is the same – agonizing back pain. Injury Health Center serving Sanford, Daytona, and Orlando offers non-invasive and drug-free solutions. Continue reading to learn more about back pain relief and how chiropractic care can help you and your loved ones.
Backs Suffer Several Types of Chronic Pain
When you have chronic pain that returns from time to time, it can be excruciatingly painful. The pain might become so bad as to partially disable you – or at least make you feel partially disabled until it finally diminishes. That might take a week, and it may take much longer. Your chiropractor can help with manipulations that will alleviate pain from:
- Recurring disc ailments, like a bulging or herniated disc can lead to recurring and incredibly painful.
- Spinal stenosis, which occurs when the spinal canal narrows and causes nerve pain.
- Myofascial pain, which is an inexplicable muscular pain.
The causes of the chronic back pain often differ. That means it is possible for you to have several back afflictions that all cause extreme pain for periods of time. A pulled muscle that likes to remind you it still is around by giving out from time to time can be just as painful as a slipped disc. That means you might need repeated trips to get chiropractic care for many reasons.
How a Chiropractor Treats Back Pain
Spinal manipulation can help alleviate chronic back pain. Your chiropractor will manipulate your spine through the deliberate, calculated, and methodical adjustments to relieve the stress and pressure on the painful points. Manipulating your hips, neck, shoulders, back, and head all can better align your spine and relieve pain. It also helps you to avoid addictive pain medications while improving your mobility and ability to move around while going about your daily routines.
Call Injury Health Center Today!
If you or someone you know is suffering recurring back problems, we can help. Just contact Injury Health Center serving Sanford, Daytona, and Orlando. You can call us in Orlando at 407-658-8595. Our Sanford office’s number is 407-261-4442, and you can reach us in Daytona at 386-788-2855.